Colleges -- It was reported in Friday's editions that Indiana University F Ken Snow had been named winner of Hermann Trophy (nation's outstanding soccer player) for second year in a row. Virginia's Tony Meola won the award last year, Snow in 1988. And East Tennessee State is a member of the Southern Conference, not the Ohio Valley Conference. (Published 11/17/90)
BASEBALL Cincinnati Reds -- The World Series winners are raising ticket prices for the second time in six years -- 18 percent on the best seats. Field level box seats will cost $10, up from $8.50. In 1987 they cost $8.
FOOTBALL Cleveland Browns -- Put DE Al Baker on IR (neck and back injuries). Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Said QB Chris Chandler will start this Sunday for second week in a row over Vinny Testaverde.
COLLEGES Texas A&M -- Six football players have been charged with the alleged illegal use of telephone charge cards. Coach R.C. Slocum said he wouldn't discipline them unless they're found guilty. Florida State -- Four players who cut class have been suspended for Saturday's game against Memphis State: starting DB Leon Fowler and three reserves -- LBs Eric Gibbs and Phillip King and RB William Floyd.Soccer -- For the second straight year, Indiana midfielder Ken Snow won the Hermann Trophy as the nation's outstanding college soccer player. Voting was done by college coaches and members of the media. Volleyball -- Lisa Driscoll and Angie Smith of George Mason and Tricia Gilbert of American were named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association first team. Natasha Sylvain of American, Patti Ray of James Madison and Kim Parisi of George Mason made the second team. Barry Goldberg of American was named coach of the year. Jennifer Torns of William and Mary was player of the year. Gilbert was first team last season, and second team the previous two seasons. She's from York, Pa.
GOLF Dunlop Phoenix -- David Ishii of Hawaii had eight birdies and shot a 7-under-par 65 in the first round of the $1.54 million tournament, Japan's richest. Jeff Sluman was tied for second.