GOLF

PGA -- Named Nick Faldo of England its player of year. Faldo is first non-American to win the award, which dates from 1948. This year, he won his second straight Masters championship as well as the British Open.

OLYMPICS

Atlanta -- Organizing Committee for 1996 Games is seeking another tennis site after homeowners vetoed proposed 20,000-seat complex at Blackburn Park in DeKalb County.

WINTER SPORTS

Injury -- Kristi Terzian, top-scoring member of U.S. women's ski team, sustained knee injury during training in Switzerland. Extent of injury was not immediately known and she will return to U.S. for detailed examination.

BASEBALL

New York Mets -- Said P Ron Darling and IF Howard Johnson will have surgery for elbow and shoulder problems. Darling will have chips, spurs and cartilage removed from his right elbow and Johnson will have arthroscopic surgery for a cartilage tear in his left shoulder.

COLLEGES

Maryland -- Cole Field House will be the site of Gary Williams's Coach's Clinic Oct. 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coaches from all levels are welcome. There will be a $5 fee. For further information, call (301) 314-7029.

HIGH SCHOOLS

Lake Braddock's Joe Cahill shot 72-154 and was the top area scorer in the Virginia AAA high school golf championships at Westwood.

Correction -- National Cathedral is seeking team for its girls varsity basketball Christmas tournament. Call Coach Susie Sturman, (202) 537-6364.