BASEBALL Prince William Cannons -- 1B J.T. Snow (12 for 25) was named Carolina League player of the week.

BOXING Michael Carbajal (13-0) will meet International Boxing Federation 108-pound champion Muangchai Kittikasem of Thailand on July 29 at the Phoenix Veterans Memorial Coliseum, promoter Bob Arum announced.

Carbajal must first defend his North American Boxing Federation light flyweight championship, Thursday against Fernando Martinez. Eddie Cotton, a former light heavyweight contender, received a second liver transplant at the University of Washington Medical Center. Cotton, 63, was listed in critical but stable condition. He fought professionally from 1947 to 1967.

Former Seattle Seahawks defensive back Kenny Easley received a liver transplant at the hospital last week.

COLLEGES Miami (Ohio) -- Swimmer Matt Hunt (3.72 grade-point average) from Blair High School was named to Mid-American Conference all-academic team. Montgomery-Rockville -- P Tony Long (Good Counsel High) signed with the Kansas City Royals and was assigned to Class A Eugene.

FENCING U.S. Fencing Association -- New York Fencers Club, upset by the New York Athletic Club in last year's team sabre championship, recovered the title with a 9-4 victory over NYAC in the national championships in Salt Lake City -- the team's 13th title in 16 years.

HOCKEY Detroit Red Wings -- Signed free-agent goalie Dave Gagnon to a four-year contract.

LOCAL Suburban Football Officials Association -- Officials needed for the upcoming season. Contact Pat Yohe at 306-0273.