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Canes baseball hits stride with win streak
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Canes baseball hits stride with win streak

Miami knew the importance of the two weeks that preceded their series against Virginia and Florida State. The Canes have been up to the task; Miami has now won eight in a row, putting themselves in a prime position as the ACC season begins to wind down. Utilizing a second straight weekend of dominating pitching…

Heartbreak: Canes fall to Stanford in NIT Final overtime
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Heartbreak: Canes fall to Stanford in NIT Final overtime

NEW YORK – It was the same script for Miami, somehow, yet again: A double-digit deficit, a tremendous comeback. But at last, the magic ran out. Stanford University won its second NIT Championship in four years Thursday night in a dramatic 66-64 victory over Miami in overtime. The Cardinal, who was led by Chasson Randle’s 25 points, held…

Miami men’s basketball set for NIT Final Four
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Miami men’s basketball set for NIT Final Four

UPDATE: Championship bound! Canes basketball advances to NIT finals NEW YORK — Nearly a week after its thrilling comeback against Richmond, it’s almost time for Miami basketball to take the court again. The Hurricanes (24-12, 10-8 ACC) will lead off the first action of the NIT Final Four, matching up against Fran Dunphy’s Temple Owls…

Dancing! Canes women make NCAA tournament field
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Dancing! Canes women make NCAA tournament field

The nine days between the Miami women’s basketball team’s last game and Selection Monday were tense, nerve-racking and stressful, to say the least. But the euphoric joy when the Miami women heard their name called – their ticket to the Big Dance punched? Well worth it. Coach Katie Meier’s squad earned its fourth NCAA tournament in…

Lady Canes defeat Virginia in crucial ACC first round matchup
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Lady Canes defeat Virginia in crucial ACC first round matchup

GREENSBORO, North Carolina – After dropping four straight games to end the regular season, the importance of Miami’s first round ACC matchup grew tenfold. NCAA Tournament implications were now talking points. The Hurricanes responded, defeating Virginia 62-52 Thursday afternoon at the Greensboro Coliseum, setting up a rematch with No. 1 seed Notre Dame, and maybe just…

Hurricanes wrap up homestand with win over FGCU
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Hurricanes wrap up homestand with win over FGCU

The Hurricanes (9-4) held their annual matchup with the Marlins Tuesday, and held their own for three innings before the Marlins went off for six runs in the fourth. The Fish started many of their notable names, before replacing most in the third and fourth innings. UM pitchers squared off against professionals like Ichiro Suzuki and Dee…

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