Atlantic Coast Conference -- Named Georgia Tech G Dennis Scott rookie of week for third straight week.

Colonial Athletic Association -- Named James Madison's Sydney Beasley women's player of week after scoring 75 points in helping the team to victories over Richmond, American and George Mason.

North Carolina -- Hired Dan Brooks, assistant defensive line coach at Florida since 1983, to same position on new coach Mack Brown's football staff.

Indiana (Pa.) -- Announced basketball coach Tom Beck submitted his resignation effective at the end of the season.

Weber State -- Named Mike Price athletic director; he also will continue as football coach.


Cleveland Cavaliers -- Placed C/F Kent Benson on injured list with elbow inflammation and activated F Johnny Rogers off list; said C Brad Daugherty will miss two games because of death of his father in Black Mountain, N.C.


Minnesota Twins -- Signed P Fred Toliver to one-year contract.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Signed C Mike LaValliere to one-year contract.

Toronto Blue Jays -- Signed Ps Mark Eichhorn, Duane Ward and David Wells.


New York Rangers -- Traded C Ron Duguay to Los Angeles Kings for D Mark Hardy.


Jesse Owens Award -- Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson named recipient.


Knoxville (Tenn.) -- A Knox County judge ruled that former WBA heavyweight champion John Tate should continue to have a court-appointed conservator handle his money despite the athlete's objections.

Green Bay (Wis.) -- Mossy Cade, former defensive back for the NFL's Packers, was bound over for trial on a perjury charge. Cade, 26, is accused of lying under oath at his 1987 sexual assault trial. Cade, who is serving a two-year prison term, said at the trial that he did not sexually assault a 42-year-old Houston woman at his De Pere (Wis.) home Nov. 4, 1985. But a psychiatrist testified at Cade's sentencing on the sexual assault charge that the football player told him after the conviction that he had committed the offense.