Rob Bonanno pitched a one-hitter as the University of Florida baseball team beat Florida State 4-0 Thursday in Gainesville. Bonanno (2-1) struck out 11 and walked two. Scott Schroeffel had FSU's only hit, a single in the sixth inning. Brian Duva and Chan Perry each drove in two runs for the Gators (11-3). Paul Wilson (4-2) took the loss for the Seminoles (14-3). Toby Dollar and Danny Graves combined on a two-hitter, and Miami (11-4) blanked Florida International (7-6) 3-0.
MORE COLLEGE BASEBALL: Ila Borders, the Southern California College freshman who became the first woman to pitch in a college baseball game, took her first loss Thursday. The 18-year-old left-hander pitched seven innings, allowing six hits and four runs, in her NAIA team's 4-3 loss to UC-San Diego, the eighth-ranked NCAA Division III team. "Their players were very abusive," SCC spokesman Pat Guillen said. "They were calling Ila names and using profanities throughout the game."
SKATING: Tonya Harding's lawyers filed an appeal challenging the U.S. Figure Skating Association's disciplinary hearing next week to consider whether she should be penalized for her alleged role in the Jan. 6 attack on Nancy Kerrigan.
OLYMPICS: NBC said it is retaining broadcast rights to the 1996 Atlanta Games and will not offer packages on cable or pay-per-view television. The Lillehammer Games passed without a single positive drug test, the International Olympic Committee said.
_ Compiled from wire reports.