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Team beats Cavaliers despite slow start
Sports, Volleyball

Team beats Cavaliers despite slow start

The Miami Hurricanes women’s volleyball team wasn’t used to matches going past the minimum of three sets. When the team got off to a slow start, some spectators thought the match might go three to zero in favor of the visiting Virginia Cavaliers. However, the Hurricanes clawed its way back to contest the first set…

Canes’ defense cancels Blue Devils’ win streak
Featured, Football, Sports

Canes’ defense cancels Blue Devils’ win streak

After last Saturday’s loss in Nebraska, Miami’s defense faced a lot of criticism heading into a critical ACC Coastal matchup with Duke. But Mark D’onofrio’s defense, which has been the butt of many jokes over the last few years, finally stepped up on Saturday night at Sun Life Stadium, causing three turnovers and holding Duke…

Hurricanes surge past rattled-up Rattlers
Featured, Football, Sports

Hurricanes surge past rattled-up Rattlers

Miami head coach Al Golden recruited a consensus top-10 class in 2014, and Saturday night at Sun Life Stadium, the youth demonstrated why the class was so highly rated. Future stars Braxton Berrios, Joe Yearby and Brad Kaaya led the Hurricanes (1-1) to a 41-7 victory over the Florida A&M Rattlers (0-2) and showed just…

Football, Sports

Canes confront crucial season

Summer has come and gone. Students and faculty alike have made their way back to Coral Gables in start of a new school year, and football season is finally here. Let’s kick it off with some key players you’ll need to know about, this year’s biggest game and a prediction as to how the season…

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Triathlon club president reminisces about Ironman race

Some college students may like to sleep for 15 hours on a Saturday. But for triathlete Shannon Glenn, the day is best spent swimming, biking and running – and not just a little. Glenn, president of TriCanes – the UM triathlon club – participates in Ironman competitions. The grueling sport includes swimming 2.4 miles, biking…

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