Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn was given a one-year contract extension as baseball coach at San Diego State.

Gwynn has been on a medical leave since late March while recovering from cancer treatment. He took over the program at his alma mater after the 2002 season.

Athletic director Jim Sterk isn't sure when Gwynn will return but says the school wants Gwynn to be the coach as long as he wants the job.

Also Wednesday, the school promoted Mark Martinez from associate head coach to executive head coach. He took over the day-to-day duties for a majority of this year as the Aztecs (42-21) qualified for the NCAA tournament.

  • Michigan State confirmed that guard Eron Harris is transferring to the school from West Virginia. After sitting out a year, Harris will be able to play during the 2015-16 season. He averaged 17.2 points per game last season as a sophomore.

    NFL

    The Edward Jones Dome, home of the St. Louis Rams, is running out of money. The publicly funded stadium anticipates needing an extra $40 million to cover maintenance over the next 15 years, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. The dome receives $24 million annually from the city of St. Louis, St. Louis County and the state of Missouri for maintenance and to pay off construction debt. It opened in 1995.


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  • Tony Scheffler retired from the NFL. The tight end said having three concussions over the past four years had "a lot" to do it. He had 258 catches for 3,207 yards in his eight-year career. Detroit released him in October.

    Miscellany

    Andy Murray won his first match since adding Amelie Mauresmo as his coach, beating Paul-Henri Mathieu 6-4, 6-4 in the second round of the Queen's Club grass-court tournament in London.

  • Pa Modou Kah scored in stoppage time and Portland (4-4-8) rallied for a 2-2 draw with FC Dallas (6-7-40 in the last game before MLS takes a break for the World Cup. ... Luis Silva scored three first-half goals and D.C. United (7-4-4) won 4-2 over Montreal (2-7-4) to take the lead in the Eastern Conference.

  • Allyson Felix won the women's 200 meters at the Bislett Games in Oslo, Norway. The Olympic champion won in 22.73 seconds, ahead of Jodie Williams (22.97). With Usain Bolt still working his way back from a foot injury, Richard Thompson won the men's 100 in a slow 10.02.

  • Chael Sonnen (28-14-1) retired a day after confirming he failed a recent drug test. His bout with Vitor Belfort at UFC 175 in Las Vegas next month was scrapped after Sonnen, 37, tested positive for two banned substances.