All-Met All-Stars -- Honored at Home Plate Club banquet last night at the Touchdown Club as 1985's collegiate best: C Barry Durham, George Mason; 1B Kevin Burke, George Mason; 2B Kevin Fitzgerald, George Washington; 3B, Chris Stark, Maryland; SS Tom Carroll, GW; OF, Paul Grzyb, American; Steve Iannini, Georgetown, Greg Ritchie, GW; DH, Alex Pauley, Maryland; LHP Drew Tanner, Navy; RHP, Dan Atcheson, GMU. High school player of year: 1B James Hodges, Crossland, and RHP Pete Spaulding, High Point. Cincinnati Reds -- Called up C Alan Knicely (.446, 29 RBI in 25 games) and RHP Ron Robinson from AAA Denver; sent down C Dann Bilardello (.125), RHP Carl Willis (9.34 ERA). Milwaukee Brewers -- Called up SS Earnie Riles, sent down OF Doug Loman to AAA Vancouver. Seattle Mariners -- Recalled 3B Darnell Coles from AAA Calgary; sent down 2B Harold Reynolds (.037). BASKETBALL

Houston Rockets -- Signed G Eric Turner, Continental Basketball Association rookie of year, to a two-year contract. Cut by the Detroit Pistons after they drafted him in the second round after his junior year at Michigan, he averaged 17.5 points, 8.5 assists for CBA's Detroit Spirits. FOOTBALL

Detroit Lions -- Signed ex-Green Bay Packers P Ray Stachowicz. Indianapolis Colts -- Signed free-agent LB Lamonte Hunley, U. of Arizona. Tampa Bay Bandits -- Lost NT Fred Nordgren rest of USFL season, left leg broken in Sunday's Jacksonville game. Jacksonville Bulls -- Named Brian Sipe starting QB, replacing Ed Luther, the starter for nine games since Sipe had surgery for a separated shoulder. HOCKEY

New Jersey Devils -- Called news conference today to announce re-signing of Coach Doug Carpenter for second season; he led club to its best record, up 13 points over previous year. COLLEGES

George Washington -- Senior SS Tom Carroll (.447, conference batting champion) of Springfield and junior 2B Kevin Fitzgerald (.430, GW record 13 home runs) of Fairfax made all-Atlantic 10 baseball team. Tennessee State -- NCAA confirmed one-year probation, retroactive to Feb. 7, for violation of eligibility rules, primarily involving the football program. Tennessee State must return $80,052 earnings from the 1981 and 1982 Division I-AA football championships, in which record of its participation will be expunged, but will remain eligible for postseason bids.