Here is the latest Michigan sports news from The Associated Press

CHICAGO (AP) —  Lucas Giolito matched his career high of 13 strikeouts in seven dominant innings, hot-hitting Tim Anderson stroked his fourth home run of the series, and the Chicago White Sox beat Detroit 9-0 to complete their first four-game sweep of the Tigers in 15 years. Giolito (2-2) allowed three hits and one walk to earn his fifth victory in seven career decisions against Detroit. Anderson hit a solo homer off reliever Tyler Alexander to extend the lead to 5-0 in the fourth. Loser Spencer Turnbull (2-2) walked three batters in a torturous 37-pitch first inning as the Tigers lost their ninth straight.

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — The Detroit Lions have placed rookie defensive tackle Jashon Cornell on injured reserve, two days after he was carted off the field. Detroit also signed running back Wes Hills and receiver Chris Lacy on Thursday and released fullback Luke Sellers. Cornell hurt his lower left leg during a one-on-one drill, matching up defensive and offensive linemen. Detroit drafted Cornell in the seventh round, hoping he could add much-needed depth on the defensive line. The Lions put Hills back on the roster after cutting him Monday. Lacy had 10 receptions in seven games in Detroit last season.

UNDATED (AP) — College athletes who compete in Olympic sports during the fall say they figured their seasons were at risk well before the NCAA and some conferences announced postponements. They also say it was better to make the move in advance than having to shut things down in the middle of a season. Reigning Big Ten Female Athlete of the Year Dana Rettke is hoping she and her teammates on the Wisconsin volleyball team will still get a chance to have a season after the Badgers advanced to the national championship game last season. Michigan distance runner Devin Meyrer says he has no idea how logistics will work for athletes who compete in all three seasons like him but says he’ll be ready for the variables.