Boston Red Sox -- Put RHP Wes Gardner on 15-day DL, sore shoulder; recalled RHP Mike Brown (Vienna, Va.) from Pawtucket. Brown recorded an 0.75 ERA with Boston this spring, then beat Toledo, 8-1, in his only International League start. New York Mets -- Put RHP Ed Lynch on 21-day DL, torn knee cartilage; reclaimed RHP Terry Leach from AAA Tidewater. Philadelphia Phillies -- Signed ex-Mets LHP Tom Gorman, assigned him to AAA Portland, Ore. COLLEGES

NCAA -- Jack Davis, association president, said the policy-making NCAA Council, meeting in Kansas City this week, pinpointed four areas for ad-hoc committee study followed by possible action at the January 1987 convention: financial aid and amateurism, possibly dropping bans on student-athletes' "laundry money" and expense-paid visits home; the recruiting process, including restrictions on coaches and boosters; possibly excessive income of coaches, involving summer camps and shoe contracts; length of playing seasons. George Washington -- Joe Lalli (basketball, baseball 1964-67) and Sam Perlozzo (baseball c. 1972) will be inducted into the GW athletic hall of fame during Colonial Club's 28th annual sports awards dinner tonight at the Washington Marriott. Virginia Tech -- Signed Eric Sanders, a 6-foot-9 basketball F at Parkdale High School in Prince George's County. Virginia -- Signed to women's basketball letters of intent: F Tonya Cardoza, 5-9 all-America from Boston, and G Fran Scott, 5-8, of Chicago. Boston College -- Hired University of Richmond assistant Joe Gallagher as assistant basketball coach. HORSE RACING

Santa Anita -- Jockey Carlos Marquez, 44, was seriously injured when his mount Alydad fell in the featured eighth race; he was hospitalized in "critical but stable" condition as a CAT scan showed a small intercerebral hemorrhage. Serious Play, ridden by Sandy Hawley, swerved to avoid the spill and Hawley fell, too, incurring a severe contusion of the lower rib cage and possible rib separation. Neither horse appeared seriously hurt. HOCKEY

Pittsburgh Penguins -- Scheduled LW Terry Ruskowski for arthroscopy today on his left knee, injured March 26. BOXING

London -- Commonwealth middleweight champion Tony Sibson (54-5-1) survived a cut eye and a knockdown to outpoint Luis Rivera (17-6), Hoboken, N.J., in a 10-round nontitle bout.