Compiled from wire reports

SOCCER

Goalkeeper Hope Solo?won’t play for pro team

•?Goalkeeper Hope Solo has decided to end her season with the Seattle Reign of the National Women’s Soccer League.

The beleaguered goalkeeper, who was handed a six-month suspension and saw her contract with U.S. Soccer terminated last week, announced her departure from her pro club team Tuesday.

U.S. Soccer suspended Solo following disparaging comments she made about Sweden during the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, calling her opponents a “bunch of cowards” for their defensive style of play during the quarterfinals. She won’t be eligible to return to the team again until February.

•?The U.S. women’s national team will host Switzerland for two matches in Minneapolis and Utah. The matches for the defending World Cup champions are set for Oct. 19 at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah, and at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on Oct. 23.

•?LA Galaxy forward Gyasi Zardes will miss the rest of the MLS regular season with a broken foot. Zardes is expected to have surgery Wednesday.

COLLEGE FOOTBALl

Baylor player suspended?for beating dog with belt

•?Baylor sophomore receiver Ishmael Zamora was suspended for the first three games of the season after a video surfaced of him beating his dog with a belt. Zamora apologized for his actions, saying he was sorry that he took out his frustrations on his dog. Baylor opens the season Friday night against Northwestern State.

•?Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly intends to make four of the five players arrested by state police on marijuana possession charges available to play when the 10th-ranked Fighting Irish open the season at Texas on Sunday.

•?Auburn defensive back Stephen Roberts won’t play Clemson on Saturday following misdemeanor charges of trying to elude an officer and possessing a firearm without a license.

•?University of Southern California linebacker Osa Masina is being investigated on suspicion of sexual assault July 30 in Utah. No charges have been filed.

•?Utah State and Weber State will play in the first college football game broadcast live on Twitter when the two programs begin the season Thursday.

•?Former Air Force quarterback Dee Dowis, 48, a finalist for the 1989 Heisman Trophy, died in a car crash Monday near Atlanta.

OTHER SPORTS

Ex-OSU wrestling assistant?named coach at Oklahoma

•?Former Ohio State assistant Lou Rosselli, who helped the Buckeyes claim the national championship in 2015, was named wrestling coach at Oklahoma.

•?Los Angeles Lakers forward Julius Randle will be re-evaluated in two weeks after needing seven stitches to close a cut on his right hand. He was hurt practicing.

•?The Carolina Hurricanes signed General Manager Ron Francis to an NHL contract extension through 2018-19. Financial terms were not disclosed.

•?The Los Angeles Sparks signed forward-center Sandrine Gruda for her second stint on the WNBA team. She played on the French national team in the Olympics.

— From wire reports