Redshirt senior linebacker Colin McCarthy’s tenure as a Hurricane has had a lot of ups and downs.
No team in the nation had a harder four-game schedule to start the season than the Hurricanes as they faced top-25 teams.
Around this time two years ago, No. 1 Miami met No. 2 Florida State in Tallahassee for bragging rights on the baseball diamond.
Bragging rights usually last a year until the next football game comes around.
Basketball sets sights on ACC Tournament. Baseball loses first of 2010. Hill & Dukes lead Canes in Blacksburg.
Now, 42 seasons later, Rokeach remains the public address announcer at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field, and a staple for the program.
Canes keep it competitive, but lose to Wake Forest 62-53.
The 6-feet, 188-pound left-hander had Tommy John surgery last year and missed the entire 2009 season. The injury really handicapped the Hurricane pitching staff as the team had an ERA of 4.71 and no starter had an ERA below 4.00.
Longest tenured Hurricane Charmine Clark takes nothing for granted
The Hurricanes won both contests by scores of 3-0 respectively.
This fan takes volleyball to a whole new level. In a University of Miami sport that only a dozen or so regulars frequent, sophomore Ian Chambers, along with a fluctuating combination of fellow sophomores Charlie Roberts and Luke Barton, attends nearly every volleyball game. Sitting in the second row of the Knight Sports Complex wearing...
Senior Laura Vallverdu claimed the consolation prize at the ITA National Indoor Championships.