Senior Reuben Ross capped off his collegiate career with a fifth-place finish in the 1-meter springboard at the NCAA Men’s Championships in Ohio this past spring. Swimming and diving season kicked off in early October, with the Hurricanes starting off with tough losses against Clemson, Georgia Tech and Western Kentucky. Although the team lost out...
UM is one of the few schools in the country that has two high-profile team mascots.
For the first time since the club was formed in the fall of 1997, the equestrian team sent two of its riders to the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Championships. Erika Dagum, a rising junior majoring in international finance and marketing, qualified for open flats. Jessica Warren, an alumna who majored in psychology, was also...
Despite losing two of its top four singles players, the University of Miami women’s tennis made it to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the fourth time in five years.
For the first time since 2005 the Hurricanes failed to make the NCAA Tournament.
In a year where potential championship talk was the norm for some squads, one member of the Track & Field team came through for the green and orange.
At baseball games, fans always eat the traditional food that complements America’s favorite pastime. Hot dogs, peanuts and cracker jack are the typical snacks of choice. But at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field, milkshakes are the hot commodity. Milkshake vendor Mitch Freedman has been making his delicious frozen treats at Miami Hurricane games...
The University of Miami’s pursuit of a fifth national championship came to a halt in Gainesville, Fla. for the second time in as many years.
Lela Cannon stepped down as head coach of the team after 27 years that included, among several accomplishments, five state championships and a national championship year in her first season at Miami.
With a 22-14 (4-10 ACC) record for its most successful season in five years, Miami won five games in the WNIT, but lost 73-61 in the championship game to California.
A key returner is redshirt sophomore Reggie Johnson. Johnson averaged 6.4 points and 4.6 rebounds while leading the team in free-throw percentage, shooting at a 78.5 percent clip. Get to know “Big Reg” a little bit better.
With the departure of one of the greatest players to ever play at the University of Miami in Jack McClinton, the 2009-10 men’s basketball team set out to prove it could be a better team without him.