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Florida's Miguel Cabrera, above, and Dontrelle Willis will be plying their craft in Detroit next year.
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Two additional matches have also been determined. In Week 2 RSL travels to Chivas USA on April 5, and two weeks later, it will be at Toronto FC on April 19.

SOLO, SCURRY INVITED TO U.S. CAMP: Goalkeepers Hope Solo and Briana Scurry, who were at the center of a World Cup firestorm, were invited to the U.S. women's national team training camp by new coach Pia Sundhage.

The camp marks the beginning of the run to the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. The United States plays in the CONCACAF finals for Olympic qualifying April 2-13 in Chihuahua, Mexico. Two countries from the six-team tournament will advance to China.

It was in China where Solo was benched for the World Cup semifinals by then-coach Greg Ryan, who started veteran Scurry instead. The Americans played poorly, Scurry was beaten four times in a shutout loss to Brazil, and Solo bitterly criticized Ryan for the move.

Solo then was dismissed from the team, which won its third-place game.

Ryan subsequently was replaced by Sundhage, who invited 24 players to training camp Dec. 8-12. The first games under Sundhage will be at the Four Nations Tournament in China early next year.


COLORADO SETTLES LAWSUIT: The University of Colorado has agreed to pay two women $2.85 million to settle a lawsuit alleging they were sexually assaulted by football players and recruits, school officials said Wednesday.

University President Hank Brown said agreeing to the settlement was "a difficult decision, painful in some ways, but it's my sense that it was in the interest of the university."


AUSTRALIAN OPEN FIELD: The Australian Open will have the strongest field in the tournament's 103-year history — all top-ranked 100 men and 99 of the top 100 women in January. Three-time champion Roger Federer heads the men's draw, while top-ranked Justine Henin — the 2004 champion — will be the women's No. 1 seed.


UTAH ALL-AMERICANS: Four wrestlers from the Sandy-based Mountain Top Wrestling Club earned All-American honors last weekend at World of Wrestling event in Reno, Nev. William Kilpack led the way, winning a national title in the 12-and-under 100-pound division, pinning all of his opponents and allowing only two points.

Derek Fisher finished second in the 8-and-under 49-pound division. Garrick Kilpack (6-and-under, 43-under) and Jake Johnson (15-and-under, 157-under) took fourth in their divisions.