COLLEGES Baseball -- Old Dominion Coach Pat McMahon and Virginia Tech 3B Len Wentz took top honors on NCAA Division I all-Virginia team chosen by Virginia College Sports Information Directors. Also named to team: Virginia Tech P Mike Williams and OF Rod Emmons, Virginia 2B Bobby Rivell, James Madison SS Kevin Sisk. Virginia -- Gs Tammi Reiss and Dawn Staley will try out for U.S. national women's basketball team this week in Colorado Springs. George Washington -- Four Colonials were named to Home Plate Club All-Metropolitan team: 1B Mike Welch, C Dave Fletcher, 3B George Baker, OF Scott Jason. Kevin Kirk, an assistant volleyball coach, has been selected to serve as an assistant coach at the 1990 U.S. Olympic Festival, July 11-15 in Minneapolis. Penn State -- Clarence "Shorty" Stoner, Nittany Lions baseball coach for past nine years, resigned to take a full-time faculty position. His teams compiled a 216-171-1 record.
BOXING WBA Bantamweights -- Luisito Espinosa of Philippines stopped American Hurley Snead in eighth round in Bangkok to retain title.
EQUESTRIAN U.S. Team -- Named three Virginians among seven rider-and-horse teams for three-day-event squads competing for places on the World Equestrian Games team: David O'Connor of Upperville (on Wilton Fair), Karen Lende of Upperville (on Nos Ecus) and Karen Renter of Middleburg (on Sea Wolf).
MARTIAL ARTS Taekwondo -- Kun Tae Kim, 19, of Rockville won U.S. national championship for sparring in the welterweight division last weekend in Madison, Wis.
RUGBY Coach Jailed -- A coach in Fiji who punched a referee during a match has been jailed for nine months after pleading guilty to assault. The Fiji Times reported testimony in a magistrate's court indicated Lautoka Coach Jone Baravilala hit the referee after the game was awarded to the other team following a fight between players. The court was told Baravilala admitted to six previous convictions, including two of assault, and that he was serving a nine-month suspended sentence when he committed his most recent offense.