Sports agate — Feb. 6, 2018

Published Feb 6, 2018 at 4:00pm

BASKETBALL

Boys

Oriskany 57, Hamilton 49

ORISKANY — Phelps 29, A. Warcup 14, M. Warcup 6, Reid 6, Williams 2.

HAMILTON — Dow 25, Rutledge 8, R. Hunt 6, S. Hunt 5, Cigeroglu 5.

Three-point baskets: Oriskany, Phelps 8.

Halftime: Oriskany 30, Hamilton 24.

Oneida 56, New Hartford 44

NH — Murray 16, Dropkin 9, Policelli 7, Perrotta 5, Angelucci 3, Stappendech 2, Chiffy 2.

ONEIDA —J. Vaccaro 21, Jones 19, A. Vaccaro 5, Potter 3, D’Arcangelis 2, Merrell 2, George 2, Leibl 2.

Three-points baskets: NH, Murray, Perrotta, Dropkin, Angelucci; Oneida, J. Vaccaro 3.

Halftime: Oneida 23, New Hartford 22.

New York Mills 74, Remsen 60

NYM — Ellsworth 30, Mattrassi 23, Briggs 7, Copperwheat 4, Diorio 4, Baur 3, Palini 3.

REMSEN — H. Jones 19, Appleton 13, Rowlands 11, Kohl 7, Lahan 6, W. Jones 4.

Three-point baskets: NYM, Ellsworth 4, Palini, Briggs, Mattrassi; Remsen, H. Jones 3, Appleton, Rowlands, Kohl.

Halftime: NYM 38, Remsen 31.

Girls

Clinton 46, Hamilton 41

HAMILTON — L. Laruffa 14, Belanger 13, Rasher 6, Kelly 4, A. Laruffa 3, Dawkins 1.

CLINTON — Maxam 13, Gale 9, Trufio 8, Bremer 8, Consantion 4, Seward 2, Walters 2.

Halftime: Clinton 25, Hamilton 25.

VOLLEYBALL

Boys

Chittenango 22-27-25-25,
VVS 25-25-14-23

VVS leaders: Smith 2 aces; B. Miller, 3 digs, 20 assists; G. Miller 2 digs; Greene 3 kills; Brewer 3 digs, 17 kills; Rose 22 assists, 7 kills; Durfee 7 kills; Hale 3 kills; DeNova 2 kills; Crane 4 kills.

Chittenango leaders: Ryder 4 kills, 38 assists, 5 digs; Smith 8 kills, 3 assists, 7 digs; S. Spurgeon 15 kills, 2 assists, 12 digs; Graha, 6 kills, 22 digs; K. Spurgeon 9 kills, 8 digs; Callahan 6 aces, 9 kills, 3 assists, 5 blocks, 18 digs; Furco 5 digs.

KING PIN LANES

Franklin Hotel League

Edwin Chang and Merle Foster, 280 and 802. Brenton Joy, 759; Tyler Tormey, 728; Edwin Chang and Gary Jordan, 720s; Russell Johnson Jr., 706; David Allen, 696; Joshua Whiting and Charles Kipp, 685s; Dennis Searl, 683; Greg Sanders, 680; Paul Louis Jr., 677; Evelyn Hluska, 675; Thomas Hluska, 674; Wyatt Hasty, 668; Vincent Narolis, 661; Wayne Williams II, 660; Kevin Kotary and Mark Lloyd, 659s; Kenneth Chang, 653; David Seaton, 650; Ronald Cieslewitz, 648; Kait DeLett, 640; James Latshaw, 638; Gina Kierpiec, 633; Matthew Badger and Paul Panek, 630s; Michael Luce, 624; Anthony Roscoe Jr., 622; Christopher Pape, 613; Josh Talbot, Steven Snow and Robert Rieck, 610s; LaVerne Cook, 607; Edward Krutz, 602.

Crescent Girls

Gail Cortese and Val Lovenguth, 206 and 575.

National Basketball Association

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

Boston 39 15 .722 —

Toronto 36 16 .692 2

Philadelphia 25 25 .500 12

New York 23 31 .426 16

Brooklyn 19 35 .352 20

Southeast Division

W L Pct GB

Washington 31 22 .585 —

Miami 29 25 .537 2.5

Charlotte 23 30 .434 8

Orlando 16 36 .308 14.5

Atlanta 16 37 .302 15

Central Division

W L Pct GB

Cleveland 30 21 .588 —

Milwaukee 29 23 .558 1.5

Indiana 30 25 .545 2

Detroit 26 26 .500 4.5

Chicago 18 35 .340 13

Western Conference

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

Houston 38 13 .745 —

San Antonio 34 21 .618 6

New Orleans 28 25 .528 11

Memphis 18 34 .346 20.5

Dallas 17 37 .315 22.5

Northwest Division

W L Pct GB

Minnesota 34 22 .607 —

Oklahoma City 30 24 .556 3

Denver 29 25 .537 4

Portland 29 25 .537 4

Utah 25 28 .472 7.5

Pacific Division

W L Pct GB

Golden State 41 12 .774 —

L.A. Clippers 27 25 .519 13.5

L.A. Lakers 21 31 .404 19.5

Phoenix 18 36 .333 23.5

Sacramento 17 36 .321 24

Monday’s Games

Detroit 111, Portland 91

Washington 111, Indiana 102

Orlando 111, Miami 109

Utah 133, New Orleans 109

Denver 121, Charlotte 104

Sacramento 104, Chicago 98

L.A. Clippers 104, Dallas 101

Tuesday’s Games

Cleveland at Orlando, 7

Boston at Toronto, 7:30

Houston at Brooklyn, 7:30

Memphis at Atlanta, 7:30

Milwaukee at New York, 7:30

Washington at Philadelphia, 8

Oklahoma City at Golden State, 10:30

Phoenix at L.A. Lakers, 10:30

Wednesday’s Games

Brooklyn at Detroit, 7

Houston at Miami, 7:30

Indiana at New Orleans, 8

Minnesota at Cleveland, 8

Utah at Memphis, 8

San Antonio at Phoenix, 10:30

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Monday’s Scores

East

Fairfield 78, Siena 65

Indiana 65, Rutgers 43

Lehigh 92, Bucknell 89, OT

Md.-Eastern Shore 62, Florida A&M 61

South

Coppin St. 84, SC State 60

Grambling St. 81, Alcorn St. 72

Hampton 86, NC Central 70

MVSU 77, Alabama A&M 67

Morgan St. 97, Howard 61

NC A&T 54, Delaware St. 51

Norfolk St. 83, Bethune-Cookman 79

Southern U. 67, Jackson St. 62

Syracuse 78, Louisville 73

Southwest

Alabama St. 65, Ark.-Pine Bluff 59

West Virginia 75, Oklahoma 73

Monday’s Summary

Syracuse 78, Louisville 73

SYRACUSE (16-8)

Brissett 4-9 5-7 16, Dolezaj 4-6 0-0 8, Chukwu 2-5 1-3 5, Howard 7-15 5-8 22, Battle 7-15 11-11 25, Moyer 1-3 0-0 2, Bayer 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-53 22-29 78.

LOUISVILLE (16-8)

Mahmoud 4-9 2-5 10, Adel 2-9 6-7 10, King 1-1 4-4 7, Williams 4-6 1-1 9, Snider 1-8 0-0 3, Sutton 0-1 0-0 0, Nwora 3-6 0-0 7, Spalding 7-8 4-6 18, McMahon 1-2 3-3 6, Perry 1-2 0-0 3. Totals 24-52 20-26 73.

Halftime: Syracuse 39-33.

3-Point Goals-Syracuse 6-13 (Howard 3-5, Brissett 3-5, Dolezaj 0-1, Battle 0-2), Louisville 5-21 (King 1-1, Nwora 1-2, McMahon 1-2, Perry 1-2, Snider 1-5, Sutton 0-1, Williams 0-2, Adel 0-6). Fouled Out-Brissett. Rebounds-Syracuse 32 (Chukwu, Brissett 8), Louisville 31 (Spalding 9). Assists-Syracuse 9 (Brissett, Battle, Dolezaj 2), Louisville 17 (Adel 5). Total Fouls-Syracuse 19, Louisville 20.

A-16,983 (22,090).

The AP Top 25

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’ men’s college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Feb. 4, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week’s ranking:

Record Pts Prv

1. Villanova (48) 22-1 1608 1

2. Virginia (16) 22-1 1572 2

3. Purdue (1) 23-2 1500 3

4. Michigan St. 22-3 1407 5

5. Xavier 21-3 1350 6

6. Cincinnati 21-2 1305 8

7. Texas Tech 19-4 1182 10

8. Auburn 21-2 1138 11

9. Duke 19-4 1075 4

10. Kansas 18-5 1015 7

11. Saint Mary’s (Cal) 23-2 895 13

12. Gonzaga 21-4 851 14

13. Arizona 19-5 816 9

14. Ohio St. 20-5 747 17

15. Tennessee 17-5 739 18

16. Clemson 19-4 720 20

17. Oklahoma 16-6 636 12

18. Rhode Island 19-3 486 22

19. West Virginia 17-6 457 15

20. Michigan 19-6 331 24

21. North Carolina 17-7 304 19

22. Wichita St. 17-5 295 16

23. Nevada 20-4 205 -

24. Kentucky 17-6 133 21

25. Miami 17-5 76 -

Others receiving votes: Butler 65, Washington 54, Florida St. 27, New Mexico St. 23, Seton Hall 20, Creighton 18, Arizona St 17, Texas 15, NC State 12, Alabama 8, Middle Tennessee 6, Nebraska 4, Florida 3, Houston 3, TCU 3, Oklahoma St. 2, ETSU 1, Vermont 1.

National Hockey League

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Tampa Bay 53 36 14 3 75 189 140

Boston 50 31 11 8 70 164 121

Toronto 55 31 19 5 67 179 154

Florida 50 22 22 6 50 143 163

Detroit 51 21 22 8 50 134 151

Montreal 53 22 25 6 50 139 164

Ottawa 51 17 25 9 43 132 176

Buffalo 52 14 29 9 37 117 171

Metropolitan Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Washington 52 30 17 5 65 162 152

New Jersey 51 27 16 8 62 154 151

Pittsburgh 54 29 22 3 61 164 162

Columbus 52 27 21 4 58 137 147

NY Islanders 54 26 22 6 58 181 197

Philadelphia 52 24 19 9 57 150 154

Carolina 53 24 21 8 56 143 162

NY Rangers 53 25 23 5 55 156 162

Western Conference

Central Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Nashville 51 32 12 7 71 161 131

Winnipeg 53 31 13 9 71 172 140

St. Louis 54 32 19 3 67 153 134

Dallas 54 31 19 4 66 167 140

Minnesota 52 28 19 5 61 153 150

Colorado 51 28 19 4 60 164 149

Chicago 52 24 20 8 56 153 145

Pacific Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Vegas 52 35 13 4 74 177 140

San Jose 52 28 16 8 64 152 142

Los Angeles 52 28 19 5 61 148 126

Calgary 52 26 18 8 60 147 149

Anaheim 54 25 19 10 60 151 156

Edmonton 51 23 24 4 50 144 163

Vancouver 52 21 25 6 48 137 168

Arizona 52 12 31 9 33 119 182

Note: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Top three teams in each division and two wild cards per conference advance to playoffs.

Monday’s Games

Toronto 7, Anaheim 4

Nashville 5, N.Y. Islanders 4; OT

Dallas 2, N.Y. Rangers 1

Edmonton 6, Tampa Bay 2

Tuesday’s Games

Vegas at Pittsburgh, 7

Anaheim at Buffalo, 7

Washington at Columbus, 7

Philadelphia at Carolina, 7

New Jersey at Ottawa, 7:30

Boston at Detroit, 7:30

Vancouver at Florida, 7:30

Minnesota at St. Louis, 8

Arizona at Winnipeg, 8

Calgary at Chicago, 8:30

San Jose at Colorado, 9

Wednesday’s Games

Nashville at Toronto, 7:30

Boston at N.Y. Rangers, 8

Edmonton at Los Angeles, 10:30

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MINOR HOCKEY

American Hockey League

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA

WB/Scranton 44 28 12 3 1 60 152 117

Lehigh Valley 47 27 14 3 3 60 156 148

Providence 46 26 16 3 1 56 133 117

Bridgeport 46 23 17 4 2 52 129 122

Charlotte 47 25 19 0 3 53 159 146

Hartford 48 21 20 4 3 49 131 158

Springfield 48 22 24 1 1 46 142 148

Hershey 48 18 23 3 4 43 122 160

North Division

GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA

Toronto 46 34 11 0 1 69 149 88

Rochester 47 25 11 6 5 61 140 128

Utica 47 24 14 6 3 57 137 129

Syracuse 47 26 17 2 2 56 151 128

Belleville 48 19 25 1 3 42 118 177

Laval 47 17 23 5 2 41 133 166

Binghamton 45 13 23 6 3 35 111 153

Western Conference

Central Division

GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA

Manitoba 46 31 10 3 2 67 170 109

Chicago 47 24 15 6 2 56 147 132

Iowa 46 22 14 7 3 54 150 143

Grand Rapids 48 24 18 1 5 54 155 145

Rockford 48 24 18 3 3 54 152 150

Milwaukee 45 21 20 4 0 46 122 143

Cleveland 45 14 24 4 3 35 105 149

Pacific Division

GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA

Tucson 42 25 14 2 1 53 136 118

Texas 48 25 17 4 2 56 145 152

San Diego 41 23 17 1 0 47 132 127

Ontario 43 23 17 2 1 49 121 118

San Antonio 46 24 18 4 0 52 126 131

Stockton 42 21 16 2 3 47 130 118

San Jose 43 21 18 1 3 46 109 122

Bakersfield 43 17 18 7 1 42 113 134

Note: Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss.

Monday’s Games

Tucson 4, San Jose 3, SO

Tuesday’s Games

Manitoba at Milwaukee, 8

Iowa at San Diego, 10

Wednesday’s Games

Bridgeport at Hartford, 11 a.m.

Manitoba at Grand Rapids, 7

WB/Scranton at Springfield, 7:05

Charlotte at Lehigh Valley, 7:05

Belleville at Rochester, 7:05

Laval at Binghamton, 7:05

San Antonio at Rockford, 8

NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Poll

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The top 20 teams in the NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey poll, compiled by U.S. College Hockey Online, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Feb. 4 and previous ranking:

Record Pts Pvs

1. Ntre Dme (36) 21-5-2 982 2

2. Denver (8) 16-6-6 927 4

3. Cornell (4) 19-3-1 896 1

4. St. Cloud St (2) 17-6-3 867 6

5. Minn State 21-7-0 779 7

6. Ohio State 18-6-4 757 5

7. Clarkson 19-6-3 735 3

8. North Dakota 12-8-8 606 10

9. Providence 17-9-4 567 8

10. Minn Duluth 14-13-3 501 9

11. Northeastern 15-7-5 494 11

12. Minnesota 16-13-1 491 12

13. Omaha 14-13-1 366 13

14. Bowl Green 17-9-6 308 14

15. W. Michigan 14-13-1 303 15

16. Penn State 13-12-5 202 17

17. Wisconsin 14-13-4 194 18

18. Boston College 13-11-3 138 16

19. Michigan 13-13-2 128 20

20. N. Michigan 18-11-3 127 19

Other Receiving Votes: Boston University 44, Maine 37, UMass Lowell 21, Harvard 13, Union 9, Bemidji State 4, Mercyhurst 2, Canisius 1, Quinnipiac 1

PGA Tour Statistics

FedEx Cup Season Points

1, Patton Kizzire, 1,246.590. 2, Jon Rahm, 907.850. 3, Brendan Steele, 811.556. 4, Pat Perez, 760.833. 5, Gary Woodland, 749.875. 6, Austin Cook, 721.443. 7, Dustin Johnson, 718.333. 8, Justin Thomas, 688.125. 9, Brian Harman, 630.306. 10, Jason Day, 630.250.

Scoring Average

1, Dustin Johnson, 68.744. 2, Justin Rose, 68.984. 3, Rickie Fowler, 69.496. 4, Chesson Hadley, 69.510. 5, Patton Kizzire, 69.700. 6, Zach Johnson, 69.706. 7, Matt Kuchar, 69.716. 8, Chez Reavie, 69.721. 9, Webb Simpson, 69.724. 10, Gary Woodland, 69.732.

Driving Distance

1, Tony Finau, 329.1. 2, Trey Mullinax, 320.4. 3, Jason Day, 319.9. 4, Kevin Tway, 319.5. 5, Luke List, 317.8. 6, Bubba Watson, 316.6. 7, Justin Rose, 316.5. 8, Graham DeLaet, 315.9. 9, Ryan Palmer, 315.6. 10, Gary Woodland, 313.9.

Driving Accuracy Percentage

1, Branden Grace, 77.98%. 2, Ken Duke, 75.60%. 3, Pat Perez, 75.00%. 4, Poom Saksansin, 74.11%. 5, Rafa Cabrera Bello, 73.21%. 6, Ryan Armour, 72.83%. 7, John Oda, 72.62%. 8, Brian Stuard, 72.58%. 9, Chez Reavie, 72.10%. 10, K.J. Choi, 71.88%.

Greens in Regulation Percentage

1, Jordan Spieth, 81.67%. 2, Rafa Cabrera Bello, 78.70%. 3, Poom Saksansin, 77.78%. 4, Kevin Streelman, 77.60%. 5, Pat Perez, 76.67%. 6, Branden Grace, 75.46%. 7, Bryson DeChambeau, 75.25%. 8, Billy Horschel, 75.21%. 9, 3 tied with 75.00%.

Total Driving

1, Jason Day, 30. 2, Byeong Hun An, 37. 3, Keegan Bradley, 57. 4, Ollie Schniederjans, 82. 5, Ryan Palmer, 88. 6, Emiliano Grillo, 92. 7, Bronson Burgoon, 96. 8, Bud Cauley, 98. 9, Sam Ryder, 100. 10, Gary Woodland, 101.

SG: Putting

1, Daisuke Kataoka, 1.623. 2, Graeme McDowell, 1.316. 3, Kevin Kisner, 1.307. 4, Matt Kuchar, 1.290. 5, Pat Perez, 1.283. 6, Phil Mickelson, 1.192. 7, J.B. Holmes, 1.141. 8, Gary Woodland, 1.090. 9, Jason Dufner, 1.089. 10, Whee Kim, 1.052.

Birdie Average

1, Dustin Johnson, 5.63. 2, Pat Perez, 4.90. 3, Justin Rose, 4.88. 4, Jon Rahm, 4.85. 5, Jason Day, 4.83. 6, Phil Mickelson, 4.79. 7, Ollie Schniederjans, 4.75. 8, Kevin Kisner, 4.69. 9, Justin Thomas, 4.65. 10, 2 tied with 4.63.

Eagles (Holes per)

1, Dustin Johnson, 48.0. 2, Justin Thomas, 51.4. 3 (tie), Charley Hoffman and Ryan Palmer, 63.0. 5 (tie), Cameron Percy and Keegan Bradley, 66.0. 7, Rory Sabbatini, 66.9. 8, 4 tied with 72.0.

Sand Save Percentage

1, Poom Saksansin, 100.00%. 2, Daisuke Kataoka, 87.50%. 3, Paul Casey, 70.59%. 4 (tie), Aaron Baddeley and David Lipsky, 70.00%. 6, Brandt Snedeker, 68.00%. 7, 5

tied with 66.67%.

All-Around Ranking

1, Dustin Johnson, 186. 2, Justin Thomas, 233. 3, Rickie Fowler, 277. 4, Brendan Steele, 358. 5, Chesson Hadley, 365. 6, Alex Noren, 383. 7, Ollie Schniederjans, 400. 8, Cameron Smith, 426. 9, Kevin Kisner, 438. 10, Brian Harman, 447.

Home team in caps

PRO BASKETBALL

Favorite Points Underdog

Cleveland 7 ORLANDO

Houston 10 BROKLYN

NEW YORK No Line Milwaukee

ATLANTA 2 Memphis

TORONTO No Line Boston

PHILADELPHIA 61/2 Washington

LA LAKERS No Line Phoenix

GOLDEN ST 10 Ok City

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Favorite Points Underdog

PRINCETON 5 Penn

BUTLER 3 Xavier

DAVIDSON 101/2 St. Joseph’s

CINCINNATI 151/2 C. Florida

W. MICHIGAN 7 Miami-Ohio

OHIO 5 Akron

Buffalo 51/2 C. MICH

Michigan 11/2 N’WSTERN

BALL ST 8 Bowl Green

KENT ST 31/2 E. Mich

TOLEDO 14 No. Illinois

INDIANA ST 1 Missouri St

KENTUCKY 11/2 Tennessee

ARKANSAS 71/2 S. Carolina

MISS ST 3 Alabama

OKLAHOMA ST 2 Baylor

NOTRE DAME 7 Bo. College

PROVIDENCE 71/2 Georgetown

MINNESOTA 11/2 Nebraska

MISSISSIPPI 1 Missouri

Wichita St 9 MEMPHIS

Michigan St 11 IOWA

KANSAS 71/2 Tcu

AIR FORCE 2 Colorado St

Boise St 11/2 NEW MEX

FRESNO ST 3 San Diego St

HOCKEY

Favorite Goals Underdog

Anaheim Even-1/2 BUFFALO

CAROLINA Even-1/2 Philadelphia

COLUMBUS Even-1/2 Washington

PITTSBURGH Even-1/2 Vegas

Boston Even-1/2 DETROIT

OTTAWA Even-1/2 New Jersey

FLORIDA Even-1/2 Vancouver

ST. LOUIS Even-1/2 Minnesota

WINNIPEG 1-11/2 Arizona

CHICAGO Even-1/2 Calgary

San Jose Even-1/2 COLORADO

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BASEBALL

American League

HOUSTON ASTROS — Agreed to terms with OF George Springer on a two-year contract.

NEW YORK YANKEES — Named Josh Bard bench coach, P.J. Pilittere assistant hitting coach, Phil Nevin third base coach, Reggie Willits first base coach/outfield instructor, Carlos Mendoza quality control coach/infield instructor, Jason Brown catching coach, Radley Haddad coaching assistant/bullpen catcher and Brett Weber coaching assistant/instant replay coordinator.

TEXAS RANGERS — Agreed to terms with INF Darwin Barney on a minor league contract.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

BROOKLYN NETS — Traded C Tyler Zeller to Milwaukee for G Rashad Vaughn and either a 2018 second-round draft pick or a 2020 second-round draft pick.

Women’s NBA

DALLAS WINGS — Signed C Liz Cambage.

WASHINGTON MYSTICS — Signed F Devereaux Peters. Re-signed F Asia Taylor.

NBA G League

NBA G LEAGUE — Granted the Santa Cruz protest and ordered the final 17.5 seconds of their loss to Iowa to be replayed.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

DETROIT LIONS — Named Matt Patricia coach.

OAKLAND RAIDERS — Released CB David Amerson.

TENNESSEE TITANS — Signed CB Demontre Hurst.

Canadian Football League

EDMONTON ESKIMOS — Re-signed WR Vidal Hazelton to a one-year contract.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CALGARY FLAMES — Recalled F Marek Hrivik from Stockton (AHL).

CAROLINA HURRICANES — Recalled G Callum Booth from Florida (ECHL) to Charlotte (AHL).

American Hockey League

CLEVELAND MONSTERS — Recalled F Hayden Hodgson from Manchester (ECHL).

GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS — Recalled D Patrick McCarron and Kevin Tansey from Toledo (ECHL).

SAN DIEGO GULLS — Recalled C Mitch Hults from Utah (ECHL).

SPRINGFIELD THUNDERBIRDS — Recalled F Francois Beauchemin from Manchester (ECHL).

TORONTO MARLIES — Returned D Matt Petgrave on loan to Brampton (ECHL).

ECHL

BRAMPTON BEAST — Loaned F Chris Leveille to Laval (AHL).

FORT WAYNE KOMETS — Released G Gordon Defiel.

MANCHESTER MONARCHS — Loaned F Tony Cameranesi to Utica (AHL).

NORFOLK ADMIRALS — Signed D Romain Chuard.

READING ROYALS — Released D Tim Boyle.

WICHITA THUNDER — Released F Jake Trask.

LACROSSE

National Lacrosse League

BUFFALO BANDITS — Traded F Pat Saunders to Vancouver for T Thomas Hoggarth.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

LOS ANGELES FC — Signed M Mark-Anthony Kaye.

United Soccer League

SACRAMENTO REPUBLIC — Agreed to terms with M Villyan Bijev on a one-year contract.

COLLEGE

EVANGEL — Reinstated women’s golf starting the fall of 2018. Announced men’s golf coach Jon Jenkins will coach the women’s team.

SAN JOSE STATE — Promoted Fred Guidici to special teams coordinator, Joe Bernardi to offensive line coach and run game coordinator, Alonzo Carter to running backs coach and recruiting coordinator, Ryan Gunderson to quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator and Derrick Odum to associate head coach and defensive coordinator. Named Kevin McGiven offensive coordinator, Aric Williams defensive backs coach and Terry Malley football analyst.