Bowling Green State -- Named Virginia assistant Jim Larranaga as head basketball coach; Larranaga, 36, has been an assistant to Terry Holland since 1979, during which time the Cavaliers twice reached the NCAA's Final Four. Fairleigh Dickinson -- Named Roy Danforth, who headed basketball programs at Syracuse and Tulane, as athletic director. Elizabeth City State -- Dismissed Robert Vaughn, head basketball coach for the last 34 years. "Just personal differences within the university," said Vaughn, whose career record is 503-363. BASEBALL
Philadelphia Phillies -- SS Tom Foley will be out for at least six weeks with a fractured right wrist suffered when he was hit by a pitch thrown by the Mets' Roger McDowell Monday during an exhibition game. SKIING
World Cup -- In Waterville Valley, N.H., Roswitha Steiner of Austria won a women's slalom and won the season slalom title; she and Erika Hess each finished the season with 110 points, but Steiner won the title because she has four victories to two for Hess. In men's competition in Lake Placid, N.Y., Ingemar Stenmark won the season's next-to-last giant slalom. HOCKEY
Montreal Canadiens -- Said RW Mario Tremblay has a broken right collarbone and will miss the rest of the season. Tremblay was injured Monday night against Quebec. FOOTBALL
U.S. Football League -- ProServ Television, a division of the Washington, D.C., sports marketing firm ProServ Inc., has entered into an agreement to represent the league in the formation of a 1986 independent television package.