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.
This weekend the University Miami baseball team will travel up coast to play the University of North Carolina in what marks the beginning of a mammoth stretch in the Hurricanes’ regular season schedule.
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.
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.
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....
Shanel Williams lost a lot of weight this past summer
The University of Miami volleyball team salvaged their weekend schedule by dominating North Carolina State on Sunday, sweeping the Wolfpack in straight sets, 3-0.
Both squads have been plagued by injuries before the season opener. If both sides were perfectly healthy, Miami would have the edge.
Baseball America named head coach Jim Morris as the Top Coach and junior Kyle Bellamy as the closer on the Midseason All-America Team.
No. 31 Miami won 4-3 in a pair of road weekend matches against No. 48 N.C. State (9-13, 3-6) and No. 28 Wake Forest (16-7, 5-3).
Not even illness or inclimate weather can stop the fifth-ranked women's tennis team.