Stuart Munsch, Stefani Green and Vernon Butler have been named to receive the Naval Academy's top three athletic awards for 1985. Munsch, a pistol all-America and Rhodes Scholar, will receive the Naval Academy Athletic Association Sword. Green, all-America in track and field for three years, will receive the Vice Admiral William P. Lawrence Sword.
Butler, who helped Navy to its first appearance in the NCAA basketball tournament in 25 years, will be awarded the Thompson Trophy Cup. Presentations will take place Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. . . .
In Athens, Ga., Stanford's Dan Goldie of McLean, Va., and Georgia's Mikael Pernfors, the top players in college tennis, each led his team to victory in first-round NCAA championship team play.
Goldie, the No. 1 individual seed, led third-seeded Stanford to a 6-0 shutout of Brigham Young by defeating the Cougars' Rob Fought, 6-1, 6-2.
Pernfors, the No. 2 individual seed, beat Harvard's Larry Scott, 6-4, 6-1, to lead the sixth-seeded Bulldogs past the Crimson, 6-2. The two will meet when Stanford faces Georgia today . . .
West Virginia University expects to hold a news conference this week to announce whether the school will remain in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
The school's advisory board voted 10-0 Friday to recommend remaining in the Atlantic 10. Three weeks ago, the athletic council voted 9-0 to get out of the conference, but a school spokesman says the advisory board acted on new information.