With wins over Rutgers and Samford on Saturday afternoon, the Miami Hurricanes women’s volleyball team was able to finish with a perfect 4-0 record in the Hurricane Invitational Tournament.
The Knights Sports complex was filled with a raucous noise late Saturday afternoon at the conclusion of Game four of the Green and Orange Scrimmage, the Women’s volleyball annual alumni match.
Following an impressive weekend victory over in-state rival Florida State, the Hurricanes learned on Sunday night that they were returning to the big dance for a third consecutive season.
With the regular season winding down, the University of Miami women’s volleyball team went into…
The women’s volleyball team has won eight consecutive matches after defeating Duke and Wake Forest…
The University of Miami volleyball team just keeps rolling. With two more victories this past weekend against the University of North Carolina and NC State the Hurricanes extended their winning streak to six matches. They now stand at 21-3 on the year with a record of 12-3 in the ACC.
For all of Lane Carico’s accomplishments as a star outside hitter for the University of Miami volleyball team, none were bigger than her fourth kill of a match versus Duke on Monday at the Knight Sports Complex in Coral Gables.
A week after a disappointing loss to in-state rival Florida State in Tallahassee, the University of Miami volleyball team hit the road again and had very different results this past weekend, beating Virginia Tech and Virginia in convincing fashion.
The ‘Canes are already 9-0 on the year, beating up on teams with respected athletic programs like the SEC’s LSU, Georgia and Auburn. LSU and Auburn both made appearances in the NCAA tournament a year ago, with Auburn advancing to the Sweet 16.
The Hurricanes returned to the court in top form this weekend, sweeping its way through the Tiger Classic in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, going 3-0 including a tournament-clinching victory against LSU.
While the athletic department finds itself picking up the pieces following the well-documented scandal that rocked the university and its football team to its foundation last week, another program is readying for another successful season on the court.