FOOTBALL

Indianapolis Colts -- Acquired LB Roosevelt Barnes from Detroit Lions for a late-round, conditional 1987 draft pick. BASEBALL

Oakland A's -- Traded RHP Keith Atherton (1-2, 5.87 ERA) to Minnesota Twins for cash and player to be named; recalled OF Stan Javier from AAA. New York Mets -- Recalled RHP Doug Sisk from AAA, sent down RHP Terry Leach. GOLF Women's Southern Amateur -- Defending champion Kim Williams, Bethesda, Md., def. Chris Spivey, Birmingham, 7 and 6, in opening round at Jackson, Miss. HOCKEY

Quebec Nordiques -- C Jean-Francois Sauve advised the team he will play in Switzerland next season. TENNIS

French Open -- Harold Solomon withdrew, family reasons. BOXING

WBC Welterweights -- Lloyd Honeyghan, unbeaten European and British Commonwealth champion, earned a world title shot by stopping top contender Horace Shufford of Las Vegas in eighth round at London. COLLEGES

Atlantic 10 -- Unanimously selected Ron Bertovich, 31, as conference commissioner at Newark meeting; he had been acting commissioner since Charlie Theokas' January resignation. Agreed in principle to hire Creative Sports Marketing of Charlotte, N.C., to handle TV negotiating and marketing. Catholic -- Area football recruits: Kelly Hagerty, RB/LB, Seneca Valley; Alex Nesmith, OT, St. John's; Clay Goldston, DB, St. John's; Rich Molloy, DT, Springbrook; Paul Dougherty, TE, Churchill; Mike Morin, DE, St. John's; Mickey Manuel, QB, St. John's; Dennis McFarland, OG, Lake Braddock; Gregory Bibbs, OT, Wilson; Pat Jones, DT, transfer from Bloomsburg State; Gil Muirhead, DB, Montgomery College. U. of Charleston -- Former basketball coach Tex Williams sued to have his forced resignation set aside. Williams, 45, led UC to a 30-5 record, then was forced out after admitting he falsified part of a recruit's college admission application. Kansas State -- NCAA subcommittee upheld ruling that 6-8 freshman basketball star Norris Coleman (21.8 ppg before being disqualified academically in late season) cannot play at KSU before next Feb. 27. Grand Canyon -- Named as basketball coach Paul Westphal, ex-NBA all-star.