Virginia -- Women's soccer team (16-0-0) is ranked first in the coaches' poll for the third straight week; three Cavaliers were named ACC football players of the week: QB Shawn Moore (offensive back), WR Herman Moore (receiver), DE Chris Slade (defensive lineman).
George Washington -- G Chris Yorke was named Atlantic 10 soccer player of the week; Allison O'Neill is volleyball player of the week.
James Madison -- Men's basketball team will play a home-and-home series against 1990 national champion Nevada-Las Vegas, Jan. 2 in Las Vegas and at Capital Centre in 1991-92 season.
Maryland -- Michael Hollis is ACC defensive back of the week (two interceptions, two fumbles caused, one fumble recovery in 41-13 win over Wake Forest).
Navy -- FB Kwame Moultrie and LB Brad Brown were selected to the ECAC all-East honor roll. Moultrie gained 103 yards on 19 carries in Saturday's 17-13 victory over Akron. In his first varsity start, Brown had six tackles, a fumble recovery and an interception return for 26 yards.
San Diego Padres -- Filled two coaching vacancies, adding former St. Louis Cardinals pitching coach Mike Roarke and former Seattle Mariners manager Jim Snyder.
International Tournament -- Second-seeded Mary Joe Fernandez routed Patricia Tarabini, 6-1, 6-1, in the first round of the $350,000 women's event in Filderstadt, Germany. Other first-round winners: Zina Garrison, Katerina Maleeva and Judith Wiesner.
Los Angeles Lakers -- Released Gs Mario Elie and Phillip Holmes and F Ken Redfield.
St. Louis Blues -- Recalled D Gordie Roberts from Peoria, sent D Robert Dirk to the same International Hockey League team.