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UM set to battle Rutgers in first series of season
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UM set to battle Rutgers in first series of season

The light is just days away from turning on for the spring. The Mark Light Field that is. With the season opener set for 7 p.m. Friday against Rutgers, the University of Miami will look to start 2017 on the right foot. “Every opening day is great,” Coach Jim Morris said. “Every year is different….

José Fernández, more than just a star pitcher
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José Fernández, more than just a star pitcher

José Fernández was brilliant on the baseball diamond, but what truly made him special transcends his performance as a professional athlete. Fernández, 24, was killed in a boating accident along with two other men early Sunday morning in Miami Beach. The overwhelming public reaction to his death demonstrates how much he meant to the Miami…

Miami plans to welcome 9 members to Sports Hall of Fame
Athletics, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Sports, Tennis, Volleyball

Miami plans to welcome 9 members to Sports Hall of Fame

The University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame has announced its class of 2017 inductees. Former UM football players James Jackson, Jeremy Shockey and Darryl Williams will all be admitted. Baseball’s Ryan Braun and Dan Davies, and basketball’s Steve Edwards are in as well. Former tennis player Audra Cohen, current women’s basketball head coach Katie…

Hurricane baseball’s recruiting class ranked No. 14
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Hurricane baseball’s recruiting class ranked No. 14

The 2016 recruiting class for Hurricanes baseball has been ranked No. 14 in the nation by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper in its annual rankings. The class is ranked third in the ACC, only behind No. 3 North Carolina and No. 12 Clemson. Miami made it to the College World Series for the second consecutive year last season and…

Top-ranked Miami baseball falls 4-3 to Florida Atlantic
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Top-ranked Miami baseball falls 4-3 to Florida Atlantic

  The Hurricanes’ reign as the top team in the land could be over after falling to No. 21 Florida Atlantic University Wednesday evening at Mark Light Field. The Canes only recorded five hits in their 4-3 loss. “We just weren’t able to get that big hit,” junior right fielder Willie Abreu said. Centerfielder Billy…

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