Adam Berger

Legacy of boxing glory days revived
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Legacy of boxing glory days revived

There’s a gym in downtown Miami that holds a missing piece of Hurricane sports history. Take a step inside on any given day and you’ll find Mickey Demos Jr. leading a class of amateur boxers lined up behind a dozen or so boxing bags. His intensity during the hour-long sessions is unwavering and it drives…

Long journey brings Rincon to the Canes’ court
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Long journey brings Rincon to the Canes’ court

When Mario Rincon was growing up in the small town of Duitama, Columbia, he and all of his friends played soccer. That was the game. That was the sport. Until the day that Mario’s father, channeling his inner Ray Kinsella from Field of Dreams, built a tennis court in the family’s backyard. “It wasn’t a…

Baseball, Sports

Baseball team swept by FSU

Miami nearly avoided a sweep at the hands of Florida State this past weekend, but EJ Encinosa couldn’t extend Sunday’s game past the 10th inning. With the game tied at 7-7 in the bottom of the 10th, there were two runners on and one out. Encinosa allowed a base hit to Sherman Johnson, scoring Giovanny…

O’Brien goes off in 11-4 win over St. Thomas
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O’Brien goes off in 11-4 win over St. Thomas

O’Brien went two for three in Miami’s 11-4 victory over the St. Thomas Bobcats on Wednesday night, improving his batting average to .398 and his on-base percentage to .495. Now nearly halfway through the season, O’Brien, originally from Miami, leads the Hurricanes in homeruns, RBIs and is clearly the team’s MVP.

Hot-hitting Canes improve to 7-0
Baseball, Sports

Hot-hitting Canes improve to 7-0

The University of Miami baseball team used a combination of dominating pitching performances, timely hitting and poor fielding from the University at Albany Great Danes to outscore its opponent from upstate New York 38-10 in a three game sweep at Alex Rodriguez Park.

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