Milwaukee Brewers -- Purchased the contract of OF Bobby Clark from Vancouver farm club.Detroit Tigers -- Recalled 1B Mike Laga from Nashville and optioned OF Rusty Kuntz there. TELEVISION

Atlantic Coast Conference -- NBC Sports has extended agreement to televise basketball games for two seasons, including first selection rights to regular season games and national telecast rights to conference tournament final. COLLEGES

American University -- OF Paul Grzyb was named most valuable player. He had a school-record 55 hits, and led area and the ECAC South with a .470 average. He will be honored tonight at the Home Plate Club. Holiday Bowl -- Under contract revisions with Western Athletic Conference, the bowl need not always invite the WAC champion and the WAC champion is not required to accept.Tulane -- Named Ron Watson, an NCAA enforcement representative, as administrative assistant to Mack Brown, its football coach and athletic director. FOOTBALL

San Francisco 49ers -- Signed free agent P Hassan Aboulhosn of Northern Virginia Community College. Indianapolis Colts -- Cut WRs Ed Lee and Frank McClain and T James Ketyon. AUTO RACING

Indianapolis 500 -- Danny Ongais suffered knee bruises in hitting wall at 210 mph. Car was badly damaged and backup car might be needed. NBA

New Jersey Nets -- G Micheal Ray Richardson was named the league's comeback player of the year. GYMNASTICS

Marie Robbins, 17, a junior at Hayfield High School, finished 10th in the American Cup championships in Colorado Springs. BASKETBALL

Waldorf Carpets of Maryland will represent the United States in an eight-nation tournament in Maputo, Mozambique, May 30-June 12.