A week after a disappointing loss to in-state rival Florida State in Tallahassee, the University of Miami volleyball team hit the road again and had very different results this past weekend, beating Virginia Tech and Virginia in convincing fashion.
Earlier this week I picked up the Monday edition of the Miami Hurricane to see if my women’s volleyball article made it into the sports section, but something else caught my eye entirely. To my surprise and disappointment I discovered that this paper is now allowing its writers to use anonymous sourcing in completely irresponsible and unnecessary ways. I’m...
The ‘Canes are already 9-0 on the year, beating up on teams with respected athletic programs like the SEC’s LSU, Georgia and Auburn. LSU and Auburn both made appearances in the NCAA tournament a year ago, with Auburn advancing to the Sweet 16.
The Hurricanes returned to the court in top form this weekend, sweeping its way through the Tiger Classic in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, going 3-0 including a tournament-clinching victory against LSU.
When Al Golden accepted the head coaching position with the University of Miami football team back in December of 2010, he did so knowing that the job came with some inherent risks.
While the athletic department finds itself picking up the pieces following the well-documented scandal that rocked the university and its football team to its foundation last week, another program is readying for another successful season on the court.
The University of Miami baseball team (28-13, 15-5) will welcome longtime rival Florida State (31-10, 14-7) to Coral Gables this weekend for a three game series at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.
This weekend the University Miami baseball team will travel up coast to play the University of North Carolina in what marks the beginning of a mammoth stretch in the Hurricanes’ regular season schedule.
At the beginning of April, the University of Miami baseball team hit the road to take on Boston College and had two games postponed due to winter weather, forcing both teams to play a double header in order to complete the series.
Some questioned head coach Jim Morris’s decision to start a true freshman at the front end of the rotation this season, but the critics have been silenced. Bryan Radziewski is the real deal.
The University of Miami Volleyball team hosted a four-team spring tournament this past weekend at the James L. Knight Sports Complex on Miami’s Coral Gables campus.
Following a road trip to Boston College last weekend that saw two games postponed due to snow and freezing rain, the Hurricanes baseball team returned to the comfortable weather of Coral Gables and enjoyed a three game sweep of NC State this past weekend.