Tulane will be back in New Orleans for basketball season.

The Tulane men will play 10 games, including the entire Conference USA home schedule, on campus at Fogelman Arena, located in the center of the school's New Orleans campus. The Green Wave's first home game in New Orleans is scheduled for Dec. 27 against Richmond.

The Green Wave women's basketball team also will play the majority of its home schedule at Fogelman Arena, beginning Dec. 18.

Tulane headquartered its football team at Louisiana Tech in Ruston, La., following Hurricane Katrina. Four of Tulane's "home" basketball games will be played at Texas A&M, where the team has been based since September because of the devastation left behind by the storm.

* BASEBALL: Cubs pitcher Greg Maddux won his 15th Gold Glove, one shy of the record shared by pitcher Jim Kaat and third baseman Brooks Robinson.

San Francisco shortstop Omar Vizquel won his 10th Gold Glove, his first in the NL after the nine he earned with Cleveland. Atlanta outfielder Andruw Jones won his eighth straight and St. Louis outfielder Jim Edmonds won his eighth overall. Giants catcher Mike Matheny won his fourth.

A pair of Florida infielders also were on the team, with second baseman Luis Castillo winning his third straight and third baseman Mike Lowell winning for the first time. Cubs first baseman Derrek Lee won for the second time, and Philadelphia outfielder Bobby Abreu was a first-time winner. . . .

Former Orioles manager Lee Mazzilli rejoined the Yankees as a bench coach. He was the Yankees' first base and outfield coach from 2000 to '03, then became manager of the Orioles until he was fired Aug. 4. . . .

Former all-star outfielder Matt Lawton was suspended for a positive steroid test, becoming the 12th player penalized for violating Major League Baseball's policy. Lawton, acquired by the Yankees from the Chicago Cubs on Aug. 27 and then left off New York's postseason roster, became a free agent last week. He would serve a 10-day suspension at the start of next season. . . . Pat Gillick, whose resume includes two World Series titles and nine playoff appearances with three teams, signed a three-year contract to become the Phillies' general manager.

* SOCCER: ABC and ESPN bought U.S. English-language TV rights for the 2010 and 2014 World Cups for $100 million. The deal with the networks, owned by the Walt Disney Co., also includes rights to the 2007 and 2011 Women's World Cups, and the 2009 and 2013 Confederations Cups.

* HOCKEY: Boston defenseman Brian Leetch will be out for a month with a strained knee ligament.

-- From News Services