Well-traveled guard Kalana Greene signed Wednesday with the Lynx, the team announced.

Greene, a former University of Connecticut star, has played with four WNBA teams in her career, most recently San Antonio from June 23 to July 28.

In 11 games with the Stars, she averaged 4.4 points and 2.9 rebounds.

She gives the Lynx needed depth in the backcourt since starters Lindsay Whalen (bursitis) and Seimone Augustus (foot) are both out for the rest of the regular season at least.

Greene played with Maya Moore and Renee Montgomery of the Lynx for three seasons at UConn, including 2008-09 when the Huskies won the national championship.

UND to offer aid to more

North Dakota announced it will expand the awarding of full amended grant-in-aid to all student-athletes on scholarship beginning with the 2016-17 academic year.

UND already provides full cost of attendance to men's and women's hockey players.

"This is a necessary step that empowers our coaches to continue recruiting high-caliber student-athletes," UND athletic director Brian Faison said.

"It puts our coaches on equal financial footing when competing against regional peer institutions for the best recruits."

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• The St. Paul Saints will be the host for the American Association All-Star Game at CHS Field in 2016. The date of the game will be announced when next season's schedule is released following this season. … The host Saints beat the Gary SouthShore RailCats 10-4 to improve to 70-25 as Vinny DiFazio went 2-for-4 with three RBI. They are only the third American Association team to win 70 games in one regular season.

 Olivia Herrick of Roseville and Samantha Sommers of Sartell, Minn., shot a best-ball, 2-under 70 to earn the lone qualifying spot during U.S. Women's Four-Ball sectional at Medina Golf and Country Club. The 2016 national tournament will be May 19-25 at Streamsong Resort near Tampa.

• Jon Empanger beat Don Howe in a three-hole playoff to win the MGA Senior Amateur Championship at Deacon's Lodge Golf Club in Breezy Point, Minn. Empanger, of Island View Golf Club, and Howe, of Olympic Hills Country Club, tied for first after three rounds with 1-over 217 totals.

• Harvard captain Siyani Chambers, a senior guard from Golden Valley who played for Hopkins in high school, will miss the 2015-16 season because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. He averaged 9.9 points and 4.3 assists last season.

• Former Minnesota State Mankato men's hockey forward Jake Brenk will be an NHL referee this coming season.

• Former Colorado College goalie Joe Howe was named a volunteer assistant coach at rival Denver. Howe, of Plymouth, played for Wayzata in high school.