COLLEGES

Gallaudet -- Athletic Director Ron Stern resigned to become director of instruction at California School for the Deaf-Fremont. George Taylor was named soccer coach.

Maryland -- Coach Joe Krivak, staff and many players conduct second annual "Team Up Against Drugs" Youth Football Clinic Saturday, 5:30-7 p.m. at Byrd Stadium. Free, it is open to Anne Arundel County players age 9-15 who bring a label from any Louis Rich or Oscar Mayer product.

Pittsburgh -- Darnell Dickerson, starting QB until losing his eligibility last year, regained it by passing a math class and was reinstated; he'll be an underdog to unseat 1989 starter Alex Van Pelt.

HOCKEY

Detroit Red Wings -- C Bernie Federko, 34, No. 16 scorer in NHL history with 1,130 points, retired after 14 seasons.

GOLF

Nick Faldo, the Masters and British Open winner, will miss this week's International in Colorado and probably next week's World Series of Golf in Ohio. He plans to see a specialist in England about severe soreness in his left wrist.

LOCALLY

AAU Junior Olympics -- D.C. Express, 14-and-under boys basketball team from Prince George's County, finished sixth with a 7-1 record in New Orleans. C Marcus Washington was named all-American.

ARCO-Jesse Owens Track Meet -- In Los Angeles, Angela Vaughn, 13, of Lanham took the gold medal in the 100 meters (0:13).