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Behind stellar play, Miami advances to Sweet 16
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Behind stellar play, Miami advances to Sweet 16

When it comes to college basketball’s NCAA Tournament, the name of the game is “survive and advance,” and the Hurricanes did just that over the weekend. After wins over Buffalo and Wichita State, Miami will play in the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2013. The No. 3 seed Canes will need to continue…

Miami women’s basketball declaws Pittsburgh Panthers, 77-55
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Miami women’s basketball declaws Pittsburgh Panthers, 77-55

The Miami women’s basketball team began its ACC tournament journey Thursday morning, starting in the historic Greensboro Coliseum with a 77-55 win over Pittsburgh in a lopsided second-round matchup. The Canes came into the game looking extremely focused after a disappointing end to the regular season on Sunday. The team came out hot on the offensive…

Canes to face tough stretch in coming weeks
Basketball, Sports

Canes to face tough stretch in coming weeks

The Hurricanes are nearing the end of a magical regular season. So far, they have climbed the national rankings all the way to No. 11, sit in second place in the ACC and have captivated fans with a high-flying and up-tempo style of play. The key words in that sentence are “so far” – the…

Women’s basketball topples Georgia Tech, 58-55
Basketball, Sports

Women’s basketball topples Georgia Tech, 58-55

Georgia Tech hosted the women’s basketball team in Atlanta for an ACC contest on Thursday night. The Canes improved its overall and ACC record with a 58-55 win against a solid Georgia Tech team. The team knew that it would have to bring its A-game in order to leave with a victory, and the Canes…

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