George Washington -- Said 6-6 G Marcus Ford of Detroit, 6-6 F Robert "Nimbo" Hammonds of Lexington, Ky., 7-1 C Daryl Collette of Merrimack, N.H., and 6-10 C Anthony Wise of Charleston, S.C., signed letters-of-intent to play basketball for Colonials.
Mount St. Mary's -- Said G Heather Wable (Fairmont, W. Va.) and G-F Susie Rowlyk (Lincoln, Pa.) signed letters-of-intent to play women's basketball.
Super Middlewights -- Christophe Tiozzo of France retained WBA title by stopping American Danny Morgan in second round in Cergy-Pontoise, France. Although dominating, Tiozzo (28-0, 20 KO) was cut over left eye late in first round. Tiozzo apparently realized he had to put down Morgan (40-1) quickly and unleashed furious series in second round. Italian referee Franco Priami stopped fight at 2:20 mark.
World Cup -- Finland's Tom Hahl won six of eight games with 200-plus average to take lead in men's division after quarterfinals of tournament in Pattaya, Thailand. Hahl had best of 277 en route to four-day, 40-game total of 8,146, including bonuses. Adam Apo of Honolulu dropped into second place with 8,114 points. Linda Graham of Des Moines, Iowa, led women's division despite poor day. Graham lost to Annikki Maattola of Finland, 187-163, but still maintained 154-pin margin at the end of quarterfinal play.
World Junior Rankings -- Andrea Gaudenzi of Italy retained slight lead on boys list and Magdalena Maleeva of Bulgaria remained girls leader. Gaudenzi and Leander Paes of India each had 630 points in singles, but Gaudenzi was first because of higher status of tournaments he played in. American Ivan Baron was third with 595 points. Maleeva has 690 points and Karina Habsudova of Czechoslovakia was second on the girls list with 550.
Free Skating Competition -- Midori Ito of Japan and Viktor Petrenko of Soviet Union led after original programs in NHK Trophy event in Asahikawa, Japan. American Tonya Harding was second among the women.