Freshman Ahmad Bradshaw will not be with the Virginia football team this year, Cavaliers Coach Al Groh announced yesterday.

The announcement, made in a one-sentence news release, did not offer any additional information, and school officials said they had no further explanation in the matter.

The announcement comes less than a week after Bradshaw, who is taking classes at Virginia this summer, was arrested and charged with underage possession of alcohol and obstruction of justice, both misdemeanors.

The Daily Progress of Charlottesville reported Bradshaw was asked by a police officer at 1:50 a.m. on July 17 what was in the plastic cup in his hand.

He replied that it was an alcoholic beverage and gave the name and date of birth of a deceased person when the officer asked for identification, the newspaper reported.

Bradshaw then ran away, but officers chased him down, and he resisted their attempts to take him into custody and was taken to the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail. . . .

The retrial in Montgomery County (Va.) Circuit Court of suspended Virginia Tech quarterback Marcus Vick has been changed from Nov. 1-2 to Jan. 10-11, Vick's attorney, Marc Long, said yesterday.

Vick and teammates Mike Imoh (Robinson High) and Brenden Hill were convicted in mid-May of three misdemeanor charges each of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, stemming from a late-January incident in the apartment Vick and Hill share.

Imoh's trial is scheduled for Sept. 16-17; Hill's for Oct. 21-22.

* TRACK AND FIELD: Maurice Greene was upset in the 100 meters at the Gaz de France track meet, finishing second to Francis Obikwelu of Portugal in Saint-Denis, France.

Obikwelu posted a winning time of 10.06 seconds, easily beating Greene, the defending Olympic champion, who finished in 10.14.

* SOCCER: Joanna Lohman converted a penalty kick in the seventh minute to help the U.S. under-21 women's soccer team beat Finland, 3-0, in Davlik, Iceland.

Lohman made the kick after Natasha Kai was fouled by goalkeeper Minna Pykko. Kai scored from 16 yards in the 18th minute on a shot that went in off a defender, and Carli Lloyd scored off a pass from Kai in the 30th. The Americans are trying to win their sixth straight Nordic Cup title.

* DIVING: Brittany Viola led qualifiers in the women's 10-meter platform at the U.S. National Diving Championships in Mission Viejo, Calif.

Viola finished ahead of Sara Hildebrand, who will represent the United States in the 10-meter platform synchronized event in the Olympics next month in Athens. Viola had 523.59 points to 502.95 for Hildebrand.

-- From News Services