GREENSBORO — Heading into Friday afternoon’s ACC quarterfinal matchup, Miami was the only team in the…
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GREENSBORO, North Carolina – After dropping four straight games to end the regular season, the importance…
An air of uncertainty surrounded the Miami Hurricanes matchup against the Pittsburgh Panthers on Wednesday…
No. 6 Miami (21-3, 10-1 ACC) crushed No. 22 North Carolina (17-7, 7-4 ACC) 61-37 to win its tenth consecutive game and 38th straight at home in an ugly, physically-demanding contest.
There has quite possibly never been a year at the University of Miami where a comparable level of hype and excitement surrounds both the men’s and women’s basketball programs.
Heading toward the beginning of the women’s basketball ACC tournament on Thursday afternoon, the Hurricanes had every belief that they could win the program’s first ACC title since joining the conference in 2004.
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.
Tough losses started and ended the Hurricanes’ season.
Longest tenured Hurricane Charmine Clark takes nothing for granted
At Morris’s opening press conference in February before the season started, he compared this team to the 1999 team. That squad won the College World Series based on the same small ball formula. In 1998 the Canes lost stars like Pat Burrell, Aubrey Huff and Jason Michaels and rebounded with a historic season. The same can be said 10 years later if the Canes can win after losing names like Yonder Alonso, Jemile Weeks and Dennis Raben.
The loss likely deals a deathblow to Miami’s NCAA Tournament hopes.