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Hitting struggles continue, FAU overpowers Canes 11-2

Miami struggled with hitting and left 11 runners on base, struck out 11 times and batted 2-15 with men on base.

Four UM student athletes receive postgraduate ACC scholarship

Among the Hurricanes selected are Claire McGinnis of women’s swim and dive, Estela Perez-Sommariba of women’s tennis, Dane Dunlap of men’s tennis and DJ Vasiljevic of men’s basketball. Fifty student athletes from the ACC were selected for the award.

Men’s basketball three-game win streak snapped at Notre Dame

Notre Dame (16-10, 7-8) snapped the Hurricanes (14-12) three game winning streak in a 87-71 rout of Miami.

Beatrice Mompremier named finalist for Lisa Leslie Award

Mompremier has been named a top 10 candidate for the 2020 Lisa Leslie Award, as announced on Friday. This award is given to the best center in women’s college basketball and is presented by the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.

Women’s tennis squanders match against Florida State

It was a picture perfect afternoon Monday at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center in Coral Gables despite the Hurricanes falling to the number four ranked Florida State Seminoles.

Hurricanes land Avantae Williams, two other recruits on National Signing Day

The Miami football program entered National Signing Day looking to add to the strong 2020 recruiting class, and they did just that, landing four-star Avantae Williams, the No. 2 ranked safety in the class of 2020.

Miami football: 13 recruits enroll early, former FIU kicker becomes a Hurricane

With the upcoming season approaching, not only are there some fresh faces in Coral Gables, but there is new hope for the football team. The Hurricanes signed 13 recruits from the class of 2020 last month, all of whom have enrolled for this spring semester.

Shorthanded No. 23 Hurricanes fall to No. 8 rival Florida State

Shortly before tipoff, it was evident that the Hurricanes matchup against No. 8 ranked Florida State was going to be a bit more difficult than expected. Redshirt senior Beatrice Mompremier was not available to play due to a foot injury and is listed as day-to-day.

Rousseau named ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year, five Canes earn All-ACC honors.

On Tuesday, the Atlantic Coast Conference announced that five Miami Hurricane football players received All-ACC honors after the close of the regular season.

Brevin Jordan named semi-finalist for John Mackey Award

The John Mackey Award recognizes college football's most outstanding tight end each season. Kellen Winslow II, the troubled former Miami tight end who won the award in 2003, is the only Hurricane to ever win.

McGusty’s 17 points lead Miami to first road win

Despite only holding a one point lead at half, Miami (2-1, 0-1 ACC) held off the University of Central Florida 79-70 for its second consecutive win and its first road win of the season.

Miami to face Louisville in last home game of season

The Hurricanes will play for the last time at Hard Rock Stadium against Louisville. Not only does the team aim to finish the season on a high note, but there is also added motivation because it is Senior Day.
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