Compiled from wire reports
Swimmer Phelps said he?advised Lochte to behave
• Add Michael Phelps’ name to the list of Americans who were less than amused by teammate Ryan Lochte’s post-competition, early morning drunken antics at the Rio Olympics. “I did have a talk with him about two days before about not doing anything bad,” said Phelps, who retired after the Summer Games as the most-decorated Olympian of all time. “I told him, ‘Just keep your head on straight. Have fun.’?” Lochte, 32, whose 12 medals and six golds make him the second-most decorated Olympic swimmer, was banned from competition for 10 months after a scrape with a security at a Rio de Janeiro gas station. Lochte is now a contestant on Dancing With the Stars.
• John “Jack” Kirrane Jr., the captain of the U.S. hockey team that won the gold medal at the 1960 Winter Olympics, died at 88. The Brookline, Mass., native died Sunday at a Quincy care facility of complications of Alzheimer’s disease, said his son, John P. Kirrane.
Sounders say Dempsey?will miss rest of season
• The Seattle Sounders announced Tuesday that Clint Dempsey will miss the remainder of the season due to an irregular heartbeat that has sidelined him for more than a month.
• Atlanta United hired former Argentina national coach Gerardo Martino as coach for its 2017 inaugural MLS season.
Serena Williams to start?2017 season in Auckland
• Second-ranked Serena Williams will begin her 2017 season and Australian Open buildup at the ASB Classic in Auckland, New Zealand, organizers confirmed.
• Jiri Vesely served 13 aces to beat Pablo Andujar 6-2, 7-6 (8) and advance to the second round of the Shenzhen Open in China.
North Carolina linebacker?says sex was consensual
•?A North Carolina football player facing charges of sexual battery and assault on a fellow student says the two had consensual sex and that he neither raped nor drugged her. In his first public comments on the allegations, Allen Artis said Tuesday he isn’t a rapist. The junior reserve linebacker, indefinitely suspended from the team, turned himself in this month on the misdemeanor charges.
• Arizona offensive lineman Zach Hemmila’s death has been ruled accidental and a result of the combination of two prescription drugs. The 22-year-old was found dead in his apartment Aug. 8.
• George Washington named Maurice Joseph its interim basketball coach, replacing Mike Lonergan, who was fired after an investigation into conduct.
LPGA Tour plans to return?to Indianapolis in 2017
• The LPGA Tour will return to Indianapolis next season. The Indy Women in Tech Championship will be Sept. 4-10 at Brickyard Crossing. The only other time the course held a women’s tour event was 1968 in the 500 Ladies Classic.
— From wire reports