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.
As the 2011-2012 school year begins, there is plenty to look forward to with Hurricane Athletics. Several teams look to be on the rise, and have the potential to compete in the ACC. Here are five things to watch out for as the year progresses.
Imagine missing your senior prom. Imagine missing your best friend’s wedding. Now imagine missing the NCAA Tournament. That’s what happened to redshirt junior setter Katie Gallagher last year after the Hurricanes clinched their first postseason tournament berth in seven years.
UM's Gutierrez recognized as ACC Pitcher of the week. Volleyball hits the beach. Golf finished eighth at ACC Championships.
The NCAA selection committee proved there is no scientific formula for making the NCAA Tournament.
Moving forward Miami simply needs to be more consistent and get healthy in a hurry.
The Canes were unable to win the annual Hurricane Invitational for the third straight year.
University of North Carolina special teams coach and defensive assistant John Lovett is rumored to be hired as the new defensive coordinator of the University of Miami football program, according to an article in The Miami Herald.
Miami (24-5, 12-5) improved to 12-1 at the James L. Knight Sports Complex by winning two five-set thrillers over elite teams in the ACC, Clemson (19-9, 11-6) and Georgia Tech (18-9, 10-7).
The Hurricanes bounce back, as they sweep both Maryland and Boston College.
Canes defeat ACC No. 1 Duke but fall to Demon Deacons.
Canes momentum hits road block against Virginia and Virginia Tech.