Virginia -- G/F Nancy Mayer, who scored a school record 33 points in the Cavaliers' 90-79 victory over Clemson, has been named Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball player of the week.
Minnesota -- Basketball player Terence Woods, declared ineligible by university's Committee on Intercollegiate Athletics for using an airplane ticket paid for by the athletic department, was reinstated by the NCAA. The NCAA's Eligibility Committee found there was no recruiting advantage by the university and no wrongdoing by Woods.
Tulane -- Freshman football player Wayne Clements is transferring to Texas for personal reasons. He is from Dallas. FOOTBALL
New England Patriots -- All-pro G John Hannah had surgery for torn rotator cuffs in both shoulders. FS Fred Marion will have arthroscopic surgery on right knee Wednesday, but QB Steve Grogan will not require surgery for tendinitis in right elbow.
St. Louis Cardinals -- Appointed Mal Moore, assistant at Alabama from 1964 to 1982 and at Notre Dame last three seasons, as receivers coach. BASEBALL
Boston Red Sox -- Signed OF Steve Lyons, rookie P Mitch Johnson to one-year contracts.
Cleveland Indians -- Signed reliever Jim Kern to Class AAA contract.
Minnesota Twins -- CF Kirby Puckett and C Mark Salas agreed to contract terms.
New York Mets -- Signed P Sid Fernandez, P Tom McCarthy, P John Mitchell, P David West, 3B Kevin Mitchell, OF Stanley Jefferson, C Barry Lyons to one-year contracts.
San Francisco Giants -- Signed RHP Jack McKnight to contract. HOCKEY
St. Louis Blues -- RW Greg Paslawski is scheduled for diagnostic arthroscopy knee surgery Wednesday and could be out six to eight weeks; LW Eddy Beers (torn rib cartilage) will be out at least one to two weeks; Brian Sutter (fractured shoulder blade) remains day-to-day status. SKIING
World Cup -- Rok Petrovic, 20, of Yugoslavia clinched at least tie for slalom title by edging Sweden's Ingemar Stenmark for slalom victory -- his fourth of season -- in Lillehammer, Norway. Third-place finisher Marc Girardelli of Luxembourg extended his lead in the overall standings.