North Carolina State has been ordered to repay $365,180 to the NCAA because former basketall star, Charles Shackleford, accepted money while playing for the school.
The amount of the repayment is 90 percent of N.C. State's net earnings from the 1987 and 1988 NCAA tournaments.
The repayment to the NCAA will come from money raised by the athletic department, such as revenue from ticket sales and television contracts, said Harold B. Hopfenberg, N.C. State's outgoing athletics director.
In February, Shackleford admitted accepting more than $60,000 from two men during his final two years at N.C. State. . . .
Boston University announced alumnus Bob Brown, whose coaching career spans 30 years, has been named its head basketball coach. Brown, 51, fills the slot left vacant by Mike Jarvis, who left the university earlier this month to take over at George Washington. . . .
Bowie State football Coach Sanders Shiver has been named interim athletic director at the Division II school. Shiver, who guided the Bulldogs to the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association title last season, replaces Joseph Wilder, who was serving as part-time AD . . .
Georgetown University men's athletic program has won the Big East Commissioner's Trophy for the third straight year. The award goes to the top all-around program in the conference. The Hoyas won Big East titles in indoor and outdoor track and field, cross-country and tennis. . . .
Delaware State's Tim Anderson, from Washington, and Norfolk State's Richard McLean, from Upper Marlboro, have been named to an all-star basketball team of players from black colleges that will leave Thursday to play exhibition games in Europe. The all-stars will be coached by former Norfolk State coach Charles Christian.