COLLEGES

Oklahoma State -- Hired Leonard Hamilton, 37, longtime assistant and chief recruiter at Kentucky, as basketball coach, replacing Paul Hansen, whose contract was not renewed. Atlantic Coast Conference -- Named Georgia Tech freshman Tom Hammonds (12.4 ppg, 6.3 rpg) rookie of the year. Michigan -- Named Tom Reed, who resigned after three years as head football coach at North Carolina State, assistant coach/outside linebackers.Shippensburg -- Signed former defensive coordinator Joe Bottiglieri to one-year contract as football coach, succeeding Vito Ragazzo, who was fired. UDC -- Freshman sprinter John Ragin, who qualified at 6.21 seconds, will run 55-meter dash at this weekend's NCAA Division I Indoor Track Championships in Oklahoma City. Central Florida -- Named Perry Moss, former head coach at Fla. State and in CFL and WFL, defensive coordinator. Boston University -- Announced it will begin random drug testing of its 600 intercollegiate athletes, accompanied by a drug education program, starting in September. BOXING

Richie Sandoval, knocked unconscious Monday in losing his World Boxing Association bantamweight title to Gaby Canizales, was moved out of intensive care and may be released from the hospital in a day or two. Sugar Ray Leonard will spar today through Saturday with welterweight Shawn O'Sullivan from Toronto at the Sugar Ray Leonard Gym in Palmer Park, Md. O'Sullivan is preparing for a March 27 bout against Reggie Miller in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. The workouts are open to the public at no charge. PRO FOOTBALL

San Antonio Gunslingers -- Owner Clinton Manges filed suit seeking to halt auction of USFL team's office furniture and football equipment. The items were seized after the USFLPA won lawsuit seeking payment on past-due paychecks worth $600,000.