Holy Cross star running back Gill Fenerty was hospitalized with a cerebral contusion after leaving Saturday's football game against Boston University at halftime. The 22-year-old senior from New Orleans was listed in fair condition yesterday and his headache had eased, school officials said . . .

American will play host to George Mason at the Eagles' Reeves Field Saturday at 1 p.m in the second round of the NCAA Division I men's soccer tournament. The fifth-ranked Eagles are 16-2-2 and the 15th-ranked Patriots 18-3-1 . . .

George Mason's 16-2-1 women's soccer team will play host to Massachusetts (16-0) in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament Saturday at noon. Colorado College (16-4) will play defending champion North Carolina (17-1-1) in the other semifinal game at 2 p.m. The championship game will be Sunday at 1:30 p.m. . . .

Washington Coach Don James says two Seattle-area high school football coaches spied on the Huskies and supplied the University of Southern California with information. Washington rallied to win Saturday's Pacific-10 game, 20-17. James said the two coaches with binoculars and clipboards were noticed outside of Washington's practice area at Husky Stadium on Tuesday.

Although James said he was not accusing Trojans Coach Ted Tollner of ordering the spying, Tollner said, "I'm offended by the fact that it was even insinuated. One thing I believe in is ethics. No matter what kind of season we're having, I wouldn't resort to spying . . . "