The 2020 NFL Draft saw former Miami Hurricanes Shaquille Quarterman, Deejay Dallas, K.J. Osborn and Jonathan Garvin selected. Unfortunately, a group of former players did not hear their name called by Commissioner Rodger Goodell during the three-day event.
But relief came for these student-athletes, and not just those who were facing an early exit from athletics, as the council voted to extend eligibility to all spring sport athletes, regardless of year in the program. This decision effectively grants all spring student-athletes a redshirt for the suspended 2020 season.
The Canes improve to 11-4 and 3-0 in conference on the year. They also earned a sweep in their opening conference series for the first time since 2014.
Starting pitching continued show its muscle for the Hurricanes (10-4, 2-0 ACC), who now have won their opening conference series for the fifth consecutive year.
Eight former UM football players UM will participate in the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this week, hoping to make positive impressions on professional teams with the goal of making it to the NFL.
“Disappointing,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said. “Came down to the end. Can’t finish the game. Something we didn’t do very good last year, we got to do a better job. Had the game right there where we wanted it. Couldn’t close it out.”
The No. 27 Miami Hurricanes got back to winning ways Friday afternoon at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center on campus, grabbing an early lead against the visiting No. 35 Virginia Tech Hokies and riding the momentum all the way to a big 7-0 Atlantic Coast Conference triumph.
Just a single week after the 2020 college baseball season began, the top two teams in the country with face off in a three-game series that will determine early season momentum between the storied programs, have postseason ramifications, and possibly more than anything else, will determine bragging rights between the rivals.
The Miami Hurricanes received some big news Monday morning, a day after completing their season-opening sweep of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights: They are now the No. 1 team in the nation.
Below a drizzle turned clear Friday night, the No. 3 Miami Hurricanes began their quest to new heights on opening night of their most anticipated season in years, picking up the first win of 2020 with a suspenseful 2-1 victory over the visiting Rutgers Scarlet Knights.
After another long offseason, baseball is back at Mark Light Field for the Miami Hurricanes, who will look to put behind them a winter filled with high preseason rankings and expectations when they commence the 2020 season with a three-game series against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights in Coral Gables from Feb. 14-16.
Yet for Toral and his teammates, there is still unfinished business. The Canes haven’t won a national championship since 2001 or even made the College World Series since 2016, but this year’s group will try to change that.