Steffi Graf won $40,000 and a women's tour event in Hamburg, West Germany, by default when her opponent in the final, Jana Novotna, withdrew because of an ankle injury.
VOLLEYBALL—UCLA beat Stanford 15-1, 15-13, 4-15, 15-12 to win the NCAA men's championship, in Los Angeles.
MILEPOSTS—FIRED: As coach of the Los Angeles Kings, ROBBIE FTOREK, 37, who had a record of 65-56-11 after being hired in December 1987.
NAMED: As basketball coach at Loyola of Chicago, WILL REY, 35, who was an assistant at Evansville for the past four years.
As NBA Rookie of the Year, Golden State Warrior guard MITCH RICHMOND, 23, who averaged 22.0 points and 5.9 rebounds this season.
RESIGNED: As coach of the Boston Bruins, TERRY O'REILLY, 37, who had a record of 113-88-26 during his three years with the team.
As football coach at Memphis State, CHARLIE BAILEY, 48, amid an NCAA investigation into reports that one of his players was overpaid for a summer job by a school booster. In three seasons with the Tigers, Bailey went 12-20-1.
DIED: EARL (Red) BLAIK, 92, former football coach at West Point; in Colorado Springs. Blaik led Army to a 121-33-10 record from 1941 to '58.
Larry Fleisher, 58, founder and former head of the NBA Players Association; of undisclosed causes; in New York City (page 13).