The University of Miami swim team is looking forward to hitting the pool once again. Last year was filled with highs and lows, but there was one swimmer who shined above all.
When it comes to sports at UM, many students follow them religiously to the point that they see themselves in place of the athletes making the big play, leaving with the win and being celebrated as the hero. What students may not know is that they actually have the opportunity to fill this role at...
Eickhorn hails from Tengen, Germany, and speaks four different languages- English, German, French and Italian. She is majoring in international finance and marketing, and says that her career aspirations are in business, not tennis.
The University of Miami men’s tennis program has been remarkably consistent under the tutelage of head coach Mario Rincon, but is still looking to take that next step to become elite and make an extended run deep into the NCAA Tournament.
Paige Yaroshuk-Tews will head into her 11th season with the University of Miami women’s tennis program after a successful season that left her wanting more.
The nationally ranked No. 16 team in the nation — now No.15 — felt it should, at the very least, be deemed a high two seed. They instead ended the season in the same bracket as the overall No. 2 team in the nation, Florida, and made their exit from the double-elimination Gainesville regional after...
Amy Deem, UM’s director of Track and Field, is putting the “U” in “Team USA.”
One of the most prolific diving careers in University of Miami history ended on a high note this past year. Senior Brittany Viola left with the NCAA Diving National Championship in the 10-meter platform after the Swimming and Diving Championships at the University of Texas. The award is the second in her career; she also...
Coral Gables Senior High’s Denzel Perryman signed his letter of intent with the Miami Hurricanes on Signing Day. The Miami Hurricane sat down with the 5-11, 217-pound linebacker to talk about getting advice from NFL players to dealing with the recruiting process.
Every movie worth watching includes at least one epic sword battle. From “Star Wars” light sabers, to the bloody blades of Uma Thurman in “Kill Bill,” sword fights have become a part of pop culture.
That is how junior Diego Donna, the men’s ultimate frisbee club president at UM, describes his sport. This Miami local fell in love with the fast-paced game in high school when he started to play with some friends. Now he is the president of a promising and highly-motivated club team.
Quidditch isn’t just something to read about in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books anymore.