The Baltimore Colts are back _ sort of. Jim Speros, owner of the Canadian Football League's new Baltimore franchise, announced Tuesday that his team would be named the "CFL Colts." He said the nickname would likely please backers of the old Baltimore Colts while enabling him to avoid a legal battle with the NFL. While the name may be similar to Baltimore's old NFL team, the logo is not. Speros displayed pictures of four possible helmets, all featuring the profile of a horse's head against a silver background. The old Baltimore Colts, now the Indianapolis Colts, have a blue horseshoe on a white helmet.
SOCCER: Belgium, Ireland, the Netherlands and Morocco will train at four greater Orlando area sites before this summer's World Cup games at the Citrus Bowl. Belgium will train at Ormond Beach Soccer Complex, Morocco at Austin-Tindall Recreation Facility in Osceola County, the Netherlands at the University of Central Florida, and Ireland at Seminole County Sports Training Center. Teams must be at their training sites by June 13.
COLLEGE GOLF: Florida's men shot a 6-over-par 294 to finish second in the 1994 Queen's Harbour Intercollegiate at Jacksonville. The Gators' three-round total of 897 (308-295-294) was four strokes behind host North Florida. Florida State shot a final-round 302 for a three-round total of 914 and finished fourth.
TRACK AND FIELD: Sun Cayan and Nicole Rieger set a women's world indoor record in the pole vault, clearing 13 feet, 4} inches at the Karlsruhe (Germany) international track meet.
_ BRIAN LANDMAN, TIMES WIRES