In other Olympic news:
* Light flyweight Luis Yanez will fight his removal from the U.S. Olympic team after requesting a hearing next week to appeal USA Boxing's decision. Yanez, a 106-pound fighter from the Dallas area, was kicked off the team Monday after he skipped 3 weeks of workouts.
* Midfielder Lindsay Tarpley scored an early goal and the United States' national women's soccer team beat host Norway, 4-0, in a pre-Olympic tuneup.
* Double-amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius slowed on the final straight in his first able-bodied race in nearly a year, finishing fourth in Milan, Italy, and well outside the Olympic qualifying time.
* Ex-Temple basketball player Jason Ivey has joined the coaching staff at the University of Hartford.
* Indiana University will give up two basketball scholarships for the upcoming season in anticipation of penalties related to the NCAA's Academic Progress Rate.
* Brandon Dillard, a redshirt junior wide receiver expected to contend for significant playing time for Virginia Tech this season, will miss the season after rupturing his right Achilles' tendon.
* Michigan running back Kevin Grady was arrested in Wyoming, Mich., and will be arraigned next week on a misdemeanor drunken driving charge. *