Another late-game Miami comeback came up short in Tallahassee on Saturday. The Canes (5-5, 3-4 ACC) must now fight to even become bowl-eligible after their 23-19 loss at Florida State (7-3, 5-2). Many expected the familiarity of this rivalry game to snap Miami into focus, and they delivered in some ways. But the Canes’ achievement...
At the beginning of April, the University of Miami baseball team hit the road to take on Boston College and had two games postponed due to winter weather, forcing both teams to play a double header in order to complete the series.
The men's tennis team beat Boston College 6-1 as they commemorate five seniors' final matches at home.
The Hurricanes (17-11, 8-3) and Eagles (10-15, 4-7) were only able to play two of three scheduled contests against each other, squeezing in a double header on Sunday. Miami won both contests by scores of 19-4 and 7-6 respectively.
For the second time in as many matches, Miami struck first and didn’t let up until the victory had been clinched, taking the first four points en route to a 5-2 win over the NC State Wolfpack. The win puts the Hurricanes at 7-1 in the ACC and 15-4 overall.
Atlantic Division Boston College: The Eagles finished the 2010 season with 30 wins for the second straight year. Leading the team at the plate is infielder Mickey Wiswall, who finished last season with 19 homeruns and 61 RBI. Despite having holes to fill both at the plate and on the mound, they are extremely strong defensively....
A year ago, if you asked Nicole Popp, president of UM’s sailing team, what her goal was for the club, her answer might surprise you: “Be nationally ranked higher than the football team!” Today, that goal has already come true.
The last day to add a course this semester is January 26 and the last day to drop a course is February 2. The last day to drop a class is also the last day to receive a refund for the cost of the class. This date is set by student accounts each semester.
As the ACC season continues to push forward, the Hurricanes will have their sights on finishing with a winning conference record and returning back to the NCAA Tournament.
Graduation rates at UM have been on the rise since the 90s. In 1991, 58 percent of the undergraduate class earned their degree in six years or less, while in 2003 80 percent graduated.
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.
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.