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Hurricanes bounce back with 12-0 slugfest in win over FSU
Baseball, Sports

Hurricanes bounce back with 12-0 slugfest in win over FSU

If one cliché were used to describe the weekend series between the Miami Hurricanes and the Florida State Seminoles, it would be: “That’s baseball.” On Friday night, the Noles ousted the Canes in the longest game in Mark Light Field history, winning 8-7 in 17 innings. On Saturday, Miami’s ace, Andrew Suarez, was bombarded by…

Hurricanes Baseball takes second straight ACC series win
Baseball, Sports

Hurricanes Baseball takes second straight ACC series win

The Miami Hurricanes had a business trip in Winston Salem, North Carolina this weekend, as they took on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons in an ACC matchup. The only demon in the series, however, was slugger David Thompson’s bat. The way the junior third baseman has been stroking the bat lately drew attention from the national media….

Canes shine during Senior Bowl Week
Football, Sports

Canes shine during Senior Bowl Week

The question that boggled the minds of countless NFL scouts and analysts last week: “How did the University of Miami go 6-7?” That confusion was a theme in Mobile, Alabama, where former Hurricanes Phillip Dorsett, Denzel Perryman, Ladarius Gunter and Clive Walford all got ready for the 2015 Reese’s Senior Bowl. Although most Miami fans…

Four Miami boxers earn national titles
Club/Intramural Sports, Sports

Four Miami boxers earn national titles

Three days, 23 schools, 128 boxers. Teams from across the country gathered in Coral Gables this past week to compete in the 2014 National Championships of Men’s and Women’s College Boxing. Fans filled the Wellness Center as fighters took the ring for what was a physically and emotionally draining tournament, sanctioned by the U.S. Intercollegiate…

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