A story in Wednesday's Sports section incorrectly stated the finish of Hayfield's Craig Mason in the Virginia AAA Northern Region golf championship. He finished fourth.


Columbia Union--Bob Ginsburg named sports information director.

George Washington--Matthew Pascal named assistant crew coach. . . . Chris Burr named assistant baseball coach.

Navy--GK Sarah Wilson named to Soccer America women's team of the week . . . The women's soccer and volleyball teams were picked in the Patriot League preseason coaches' polls to finish first.


Fairfax--Named Ed Lloyd to head boys track program, which includes indoor and outdoor track and cross-country teams.


Basketball--The International Association of Approved Basketball Officials is seeking men and women to become certified officials in Prince George's, Anne Arundel, Howard and Charles counties. Classes begin Oct. 4 at Largo High. Call Larry Johnson at 301-297-9314 or Charles Ball at 301-249-5594. Fairfax Stars AAU club will hoold a skills camp for girls Sept. 22-24 and for boys Sept. 27-29 at Madeira School in Langley. Call Bob McCormick at 703-281-5233.

Softball--Maryland Flames 18-and-under fast-pitch team holding tryouts at Libertytown Park Sept. 12 and 19 from 10 a.m. to noon. Call Jeff Randles at 301-253-2667 . . . Shamrocks under-16 fast-pitch team holding tryout Sunday at 2 p.m. at Madison High in Vienna. Call Jim Brackin at 703-359-9868.