COLLEGES

Fordham -- Reportedly has lined up alumnus Frank McLaughlin, Harvard basketball coach the past eight years, to become athletic director next month. Georgia -- Glenn Blanton of Atlanta sued for $600,000, alleging university officials libeled and slandered him for providing information that led to an NCAA investigation of the football program. Blanton, arrested in 1981 for scalping outside a Georgia-Clemson game, alleged getting the tickets from Georgia team members. BASKETBALL

NBA Contract Agreements -- Atlanta Hawks, C Jon Koncak, first-round draftee, four years; Indiana Pacers, No. 1 pick Wayman Tisdale; New York Knicks, G Butch Carter, who became a free agent after last season. BASEBALL Seattle Mariners -- Retained Chuck Cottier as manager for 1986. AUTOS NASCAR

Geoff Bodine (Chevrolet) won the pole for today's Holly Farms 400 at North Wilkesboro, N.C., with two-day qualifying average of 112.748. Watkins Glen -- Hans Stuck (Porsche), at track-record speed, won the pole for today's Serengeti Drivers New York 500 for the Steuben Cup. RUNNING Virginia 10-Miler -- Rob DeCastella of Australia raced past Nick Rose, England, to win the $2,500 top prize at Lynchburg in 46:52, two seconds off Rod Dixon's 1982 record. Anne Audain of New Zealand repeated as women's champion, in 54:05.