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Men’s Tennis
Rosenfeld and Subramanian fall at Seminole Invitational

The University of Miami men’s tennis doubles duo of junior David Rosenfeld and senior Vivek Subramanian put together a strong run at the Seminole Invitational, as they advanced to the doubles final.

Unfortunately, they were unable to take the final step and push through, as they were downed, 9-7, by Florida State’s duo of Clint Bowles and Jean-Yves Aubone.

Despite the loss, the run to the finals for Rosenfeld and Subramanian was quite impressive as they defeated three straight opponents after a first round bye, including FSU’s tandem and the No. 26-ranked doubles team of Sam Chang and Maciek Sykut, 8-6.

Football
Thorpe Award semi-finalists include Phillips

When the semi-finalists for the Jim Thorpe award, presented to the nation’s top defensive back, were presented, it came to no surprise that University of Miami junior safety Kenny Phillips was on the list.

This list, which includes the nation’s finest hard hitting defensive backs, will be narrowed down to three players on Nov. 19. It has always been held that the winner of this award displays outstanding play on the field, athletic skills and talent and high character.

Phillips has been one of Miami’s top defensive players since arriving to the team and he displays strong leadership qualities and intelligence on the field. Phillips has 78 tackles and 5.5 tackles for a loss. He also has one interception, three passes broken up and three fumbles forced.

Swimming and Diving
‘Canes defeat Houston in strong fashion

After suffering its first loss of the season to Florida State in its last meet, the University of Miami swimming and diving team defeated the University of Houston 179-101.

Many ‘Canes had notable performances which helped the team improve to 4-1 on the season.

Junior Britta Boesing picked up victories in the 100-yard backstroke and the 200-yard IM event. Junior Magda Waszkiewicz finished first in the 100-yard breaststroke, while sophomore Kelly Peloquin finished second in the 100-yard breaststroke but first in the 200-yard breaststroke.

Junior Katherine Eason and freshman Annika Saarnak finished first and second, respectively, in the 100-yard butterfly. Junior Kirsten Pomerleau and sophomore Marina Dadic also finished first and second, respectively, as they out swam the rest of the field in the 50-yard free event. Senior Capria DeVenuto and freshman Deidre Novotny finished first and second, respectively, in the 200-yard butterfly.

Miami’s two relay teams took first and second in the 200-yard freestyle.

Diver Brittany Viola took first in the one-meter and second in the three-meter events.

Information compiled from hurricanesports.com.

November 8, 2007

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