COLLEGE basketball coaches

Pat Summitt

(Tennessee women) and

Mike Krzyzewski

(Duke men) were selected yesterday as

Sports Illustrated's

sportswoman and sportsman of the year. Summitt, who announced in August she had been diagnosed with early onset dementia, earned her 1,075th career victory Sunday. Krzyzewski passed

Bob Knight

as winningest men's coach on Nov. 15.

In other college news:

* Quarterbacks Robert Griffin III (Baylor) and Andrew Luck (Stanford), running backs Trent Richardson (Alabama) and Montee Ball (Wisconsin) and LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu were named finalists for the Heisman Trophy.

* Mississippi hired Arkansas State's Hugh Freeze as the successor to head football coach Houston Nutt.

Boxing * 

Heavyweight champion

Wladimir Klitschko

pulled out of Saturday's fight against

Jean-Marc Mormeck

after surgery to remove a kidney stone.

Philly File * 

Villanova junior forwards

Mouph Yarou


Laura Sweeney

were named Big 5 men's and women's players of the week. Sweeney also is Big East player of the week.

Latrell Alford, of Valley Forge Christian College, and junior William Kernan, of College of the Sciences, were honored as players of the week by the Small-College Basketball Coaches Association. Widener coach Chris Carideo and ex-Cheyney coach Charlie Songster will be inducted into its Hall of Fame in March.