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Malik Rosier named Hurricanes starting quarterback
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Malik Rosier named Hurricanes starting quarterback

Miami’s biggest question mark this fall has been answered. Coach Mark Richt announced Tuesday morning that redshirt junior Malik Rosier will start at quarterback for the Hurricanes in their season opener against Bethune-Cookman on Sept. 2. “Focus, discipline and accuracy,” Richt said on what separated Rosier from the rest of the pack. “He stood out…

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Rincon leads team to five NCAA Tournaments

When a Miami tennis player rockets a winner past his opponent, Mario Rincon uncrosses his arms, claps his hands, and encouragingly says, “Come on.” And when another player drops a point on an untimely double fault, Rincon uncrosses his arms, claps his hands, and encouragingly says, “Come on.” For the passionate coach wearing sunglasses, a…

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Advanced body composition reader available for $10 fee

The Wellness Center is always looking for the latest in fitness technology. After last year’s full makeover brought in brand new machines, the Wellness Center has now added another state-of-the-art tool called the Bod Pod. “The Bod Pod gets closer to recording actual body composition than anything we’ve ever had,” said Tony Musto, associate director…

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Intramurals, club sports engage students in competition

There are 471 scholarship student-athletes at the University of Miami, constituting about 3 percent of the school’s population. These student-athletes compete at the highest level of college sport in the United States. But that doesn’t mean the rest of us can’t play our favorite sports at the University of Miami. Through club sport programs and…

Soto leads team as singles player with 8-5 start
Sports, Tennis

Soto leads team as singles player with 8-5 start

A blur of fluorescent green sneakers slides around the court, as the body that fills the shoes uncorks. “Dale!” screams Diego Soto, filling the air with passion after his forehand falls triumphantly for a winner. This sequence is pretty common on the courts at Miami’s Neil Schiff Tennis Center. In fact, it seems to happen…

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Active broadcaster pursues broad passions

The University of Miami often preaches to students that college consists of more than just classes. Sophomore AJ Ricketts has taken that message to heart. The broadcast journalism major from Pensacola, Fla., runs for the varsity cross-country team, takes the helm as the  Student Government press secretary, broadcasts sporting events for WVUM, writes for the Miami Hurricane, broadcasts on…

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