Compiled from wire reports

Olympics

Rivals Lochte, Phelps set up swimming showdown

• Longtime rivals Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps set up their lone showdown at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials by qualifying first and second in the 200-meter individual medley Thursday in Omaha, Neb. Lochte had the top time of 1 minute, 58.05 seconds in the preliminaries. He emerged from the pool limping as a result of the groin injury he suffered Sunday on the first day of trials. Phelps was second fastest in 1:58.95 on his 31st birthday.

?• The U.S. Olympic Committee has approved a nearly 25 percent funding increase to the country’s anti-doping agency, choosing money over words in an effort to fix a worldwide system that CEO Scott Blackmun says is broken.

•?Former No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki won her appeal for a spot in the tennis tournament at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, while 14-time major champion Rafael Nadal’s status is still up in the air.

Basketball

Mavericks center Mejri ?has arthroscopic surgery

•?Dallas Mavericks center Salah Mejri has undergone arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, a procedure that isn’t expected to sideline the 7-foot-2 Tunisian during the season.

•?Detroit Pistons guard Darrun Hilliard will not participate in summer league because of a stress fracture of his lower back.

• The Brooklyn Nets waived guard Jarrett Jack, who was lost to a torn ACL in January.

•?The NBA hired Byron Spruell as president of league operations.

Hockey

Bruins sign defenseman ?to deal worth $21 million

•?The Boston Bruins have signed defenseman Torey Krug to a four-year contract worth $21 million. Earlier Thursday, the team bought out the contract of defenseman Dennis Seidenberg, saving $2.83 million.

•?The Washington Capitals have signed right wing Tom Wilson to a $4 million, two-year contract.

•?San Jose signed pending restricted free agent forward Tomas Hertl to a two-year contract worth a reported $6 million.

•?The Chicago Blackhawks have agreed to one-year contracts with veteran defenseman Michal Rozsival and forward Brandon Mashinter.

College

Private funeral service ?held for ex-coach Summitt

•?A private funeral service for former Tennessee women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt was held Thursday in Clarksville, Tenn. Summitt died Tuesday at the age of 64.

•?Baruch College gave 30 student-athletes more than $255,000 in improper benefits over the course of five years, NCAA officials said.

•?Oklahoma cornerback Jordan Thomas was arrested early Thursday on suspicion of public intoxication, assault and battery, and interference with official process.

— From wire reports