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Wittenberg (Ohio) centerfielder Bryan Magoteaux hit two grand slams in the eighth inning of a 27-8 victory over Thomas More to tie three NCAA Division III records: grand slams in an inning, grand slams in a game, and most RBI in a game (11). Kevin Kalmin and Tom DiCicco hit homers as Eckerd routed Merrimack 17-1.

HOCKEY: Karyn Bye and A.J. Mleczko opened the scoring with goals 1:27 apart early in the second period and help the U.S. women's national team to a 7-0 victory over Russia in an exhibition at Lake Placid, N.Y.

FOOTBALL: Wide receiver Andre Rison, who scored the first touchdown of the Super Bowl, had his contract terminated by the Packers. Green Bay general manager Ron Wolf said the team's receiver corps doesn't have room for Rison as a starter. After deputies found a marijuana plant and other drug paraphernalia in his home, former Raiders quarterback Todd Marinovich, 27, was arrested for investigation of cultivation of marijuana and possession of narcotics. He is being held in lieu of $1,000 bail. The Buccaneers hired Darin Kerns as their equipment manager. The Marshall, Mo., native was the Chiefs' assistant equipment manager from 1991-96. The Bengals said they won't commit to a lease for their planned football-only stadium unless Cincinnati backs off plans to triple its admissions tax. Vanderbilt players will wear Kyle Gullahorn's number on their jerseys this season as a tribute to the freshman who died over the weekend. The team is scheduled to attend Gullahorn's funeral in his hometown of Hueytown, Ala., today. Pending NCAA approval, the Las Vegas Bowl will match the Western Athletic Conference's third-place team against an at-large opponent, ending the current format of Big West vs. Mid-American champions. The Fiesta Bowl in Tempe, Ariz., has changed its scheduled date to Dec. 31.

BOWLING: Norm Duke celebrated his 33rd birthday by maintaining the lead after 16 games of qualifying in the PBA National Championship at Toledo, Ohio. He had a 3,704-pin total and lead by 101 over George Branham III. Andy Neuer was third, followed by Wayne Webb and Jeff Morin. PBA Hall of Famer Larry Laub, seeking his second senior tour title, took the lead after two rounds of qualifying in the Showboat PBA Senior Open at South Bend, Ind. John Woessner, the first-round leader, was 11 pins behind, followed by Teata Semiz. Earl Anthony (62nd) and Dick Weber (133rd) failed to make the cut to the top 24.

BOXING: U.S. Olympian Fernando Vargas scored a first-round knockout in his professional debut at Oxnard, Calif. Vargas, 19, hit Jorge Morales (17-15-2) with a flurry of punches before Morales went down.

RUNNING: The Health and Fitness Connection, 333 First St. S in St. Petersburg, will host a triathlon training seminar Tuesday in conjunction with the St. Anthony's Triathlon. For further information, call 823-2727.

_ Compiled from Times wires.