La Salle men's basketball coach

John Giannini

has agreed to a new multiyear contract, the univerity announced Monday.

Terms of the deal were not released.

Giannini has a record of 83-97 in six seasons with the Explorers.

St. Joseph's announced two basketball players have transferred out of the men's program: Chris Prescott, a 6-foot-2 sophomore guard from Bloomfield, Conn., will transfer to St. Peter's in Jersey City, N.J.; and Bryant Irwin, a 6-8 sophomore forward from Bridgeport, W. Va., will transfer to Furman in Greenville, S.C.

Philadelphia University announced the hiring of Adam Olsavsky as assistant athletic trainer, effective July 1. Olsavsky had been at Villanova as a trainer for the men's and women's cross-country and track and field teams since 2006.

Single-game tickets for Temple football's six home games in 2010 will go on sale Tuesday at 10 a.m., via the Lincoln Financial Field box office and Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000. The Owls open the season vs. Villanova in the Mayor's Trophy game Sept. 3, then host Central Michigan on Sept. 11, Connecticut on Sept. 18, Bowling Green on Oct. 16, Akron on Oct. 30, and Ohio on Nov. 16.

Megan Langenfeld hit a game-ending homer in the eighth inning to give UCLA a 6-5 victory over Arizona in the opener of the Women's College World Series finals on Monday night.

Langenfeld, a finalist for national softball player of the year, homered twice and drove in three runs.

Game 2 of the best-of-three series is Tuesday.

SOCCER: Star striker Didier Drogba rejoined his Ivory Coast teammates at their Switzerland training camp Monday with a cast protecting his broken right arm.

A team spokesman said it was not known when Drogba could resume training after the squad arrives in South Africa on Thursday, or if he will play at the World Cup.

Mexico defender Rafael Marquez is back training after missing several days with a right leg injury.

Mexico plays the first game of the World Cup on Friday against host South Africa.

TENNIS: Nicolas Kiefer of Germany is one of five players to receive a wild card into the men's draw at Wimbledon.

The No. 181-ranked Kiefer is joined by Russian pair Teimuraz Gabashvili and Andrey Kuznetsov, Britain's Jamie Baker, and Japan's Kei Nishikori. The tournament starts June 21.

BOXING: Yuri Foreman will need surgery on his right knee after tearing his meniscus and stretching ligaments in his title-fight loss to Miguel Cotto on Saturday at Yankee Stadium. Foreman was hurt when he slipped in the seventh round of the fight.

- Staff and wire reports