BASEBALL Carolina League -- Named Frederick Keys GM Keith Lupton executive of year.

BASKETBALL Dallas Mavericks -- F Rodney McCray will have surgery Friday for a groin hernia and will miss several weeks of preseason training.

BOXING Thomas Hearns has broken with his longtime manager and trainer Emanuel Steward. Hearns, winner of five titles, said he plans to manage himself and use former promoter Harold Smith of Los Angeles and manager Dennis Rappaport of New York as advisers.

HOCKEY New York Islanders -- Re-signed Patrick Flatley, who overcame knee surgery to become team's highest-scoring wing last season, to a multiyear deal. Other terms were not disclosed.

VOLLEYBALL U.S. Men's Team -- Bill Neville resigned as head coach, effective Dec. 15, citing personal reasons.

COLLEGES Virginia -- Football QB Shawn Moore has been named one of 15 candidates for Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, given to nation's top senior quarterback. Tom Henske, men's soccer team's first-year goalie, will miss rest of season following surgery for a recurring dislocation of his left shoulder. Washington and Lee -- Is ranked fourth in preseason NCAA Division III water polo poll. Mary Washington is 10th. Georgetown -- Men's cross country team is ranked 12th in poll of NCAA Division I coaches. Team finished sixth nationally in 1989. Catholic -- Named Michael Meyer sports information director. San Jose State -- Hired as athletic director Thomas Brennan, who held same post at Loyola (Md.) College.Miami -- Some students at Florida school reacted to team's 28-21 loss to Brigham Young Saturday by throwing beer bottles at the football dormitories. Redshirt freshmen who didn't make the trip to Utah told players about it upon their return.