Women's Lacrosse -- Named to NCAA South Region all-America team were: Wendy Heald, Anysia Fedec, Tracey Stumpf and Laura Beal of Maryland; Lindsay Sheehan, Julie Williams and Elaine Maddox of Virginia.
Georgetown -- Carolyn Brandfass and Suzanne Redden selected to compete at U.S. Women's Lacrosse Association's national championship in Baltimore, Saturday through Monday.
Georgetown -- Signed men's soccer all-America Eddie Diaz, Miami; Andy Hoffman, Englishtown, N.J.; Jim Pearlstein, Wynnewood, Pa. HOCKEY
Winnipeg Jets -- Herb Brooks has withdrawn as candidate for coaching job because of personal commitments. GOLF
Scott Verplank, 21, first amateur to win PGA Tour event in 31 years with Western Open title last year, will turn pro at U.S. Open. AUTO RACING
U.S. Auto Club -- Fined race car owner Dick Simon $5,000 -- $2,500 for each of two cars he owns -- for violations during qualifying for Indianapolis 500. FOOTBALL
Los Angeles Rams -- Released 12-year veteran OL Bill Bain. CYCLING
Ellen Braun of Arlington has been named to U.S. national cycling team for the Goodwill Games in Moscow in July. BASEBALL
Seattle Mariners -- Placed 2B Danny Tartabull (vitamin deficient anemia) on 15-day disabled list. Activated RHP Edwin Nunez.
Cleveland Indians -- Placed RHP Ernie Camacho (tendinitis right shoulder) on 15-day disabled list; activated RHP Reggie Ritter. JURISPRUDENCE
Don King said he has filed suits totaling $60 million to block May 31 heavyweight fight between Gerry Cooney and Eddie Gregg because he said he has an exclusive contract with Gregg.