David Hernandez has been president of the Sailing Canes, won a host of race trophies and mentored the next generation of UM sailors. It just so happens he can’t stand getting wet. “Let’s play a game,” said freshman Kara Voss, president of the women’s sailing team, quoting Hernandez talking to his crew members. “The game...
The University of Miami men’s club lacrosse team will finally achieve their goal of playing its first home game at Cobb Stadium on April 19.
That familiar noise, that echoing pop that fills the atrium of the Patti and Alan Herbert Wellness Center can raise thousands of dollars. It does every year. For the past thirteen years, UM’s Club Racquetball Team has hosted their Great Balls Of Fire tournament, a fundraiser for both the club and charity, and...
After a lot of paperwork and red tape the Committee on Student Organizations along with the Federation of Club Sports Officers admitted the boxing club into its roster of student organizations and club sports earlier this month.
On February 23rd, the Florida Panthers will be honoring the University of Miami’s first National Championship team in several years – the 2011 Division II roller hockey team. Starting last semester, though, the team has given up their roller blades in favor of ice skates and is trying to bring the same success to...
Coming off its best season in team history, the University of Miami Men’s Club Lacrosse team looks to improve on its 8-5 record in 2012 with a fresh set of freshmen and transfers.
Whether its Miami Beach or Biscayne Bay you can always find the sailors of the U practicing four times a week to hone their craft. Centered out of the Coconut Grove Yacht Club the Sailing Club practices with 8 Flying Juniors (FJ’s) but the majority of college events use different types of boats.
The Patti and Allan Herbert Wellness Center offers several ways for students to get involved in sports, whether those who are trying to learn one for the first time or experienced veterans looking for a new challenge. They offer intramural competitions as well as several different club sports.
Miami, a city known for its golden coasts, is the perfect place for scuba diving. The University of Miami Scuba Club ensures that students have the opportunity to experience some of the deep-sea wonders that Miami can give you.
While UMiami sports such as football and basketball get lauded by local and national news, another campus sport that you might not hear much about is just as, if not more so, competitive in their respective league.
From a distance one can hear a whistle blowing, people shouting, and a ball being thrown around. No, the players are not on a field. Instead, they can be found in the UC pool playing water polo.