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First two weeks to define Canes’ season
Commentary, Football

First two weeks to define Canes’ season

When news broke about the NCAA’s investigation into the University of Miami, Al Golden was entering his first year as the Hurricanes’ head coach. His team was coming off a disappointing 7-6 season, and a cloud of uncertainty hovered over the program. Now just days away from his third season, Golden fields a veteran team…

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Late coach considered pioneer for baseball program

Ron Fraser, the former Miami coach who was dubbed “the wizard of college baseball,” passed away this past January. He was 79. Fraser, who coached the Hurricanes for 30 years between 1963-1992 and compiled a record of 1,271-438-9, battled Alzheimer’s disease after receiving the diagnosis two years ago. He was inducted into the College Baseball…

Canes notch midweek wins, Gators up next
Baseball, Sports

Canes notch midweek wins, Gators up next

Two weeks into the season, Miami has worked the “one game at a time” mentality into a 9-0 start. For the second year in a row, the Canes will take a sizable winning streak into a weekend series against the Florida Gators. Miami extended its perfect start with a win Wednesday night over the Barry…

Baseball, Sports

Young players step up in first series against Rutgers

With a roster that features 12 freshmen, six sophomores, two transfers, and two starting pitchers that, before Saturday, had never made a collegiate start before, it was uncertain how the young guys on the team would handle a higher workload. With a series sweep over Rutgers under their belts, the optimism has started turning into confidence.

Canes sweep after weather delays opener
Baseball, Sports

Canes sweep after weather delays opener

After pouring rain delayed the start to Miami’s 2013 season on Friday, the Canes took both games of a doubleheader on Saturday and came away with a win against Rutgers on Sunday to secure a series sweep over the Scarlet Knights. It was the fifth year Miami (3-0) has opened their season against Rutgers (0-3), with the Canes winning their last seven against the Scarlet Knights.

Baseball, Sports

Expectations high as opening day approaches

With the season opening up against Rutgers on Friday, the Hurricanes baseball team held Media Day at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field on Wednesday. Miami will look to rebound after a season that ended earlier than expected, with a loss at home against Missouri State in the NCAA Regionals.

Debunking the energy drink myth
News

Debunking the energy drink myth

As the semester progresses and assignments pile up, students line up at their local convenience store, on the hunt for a jolt to get them through the day without feeling drained. Running on an hour of sleep and exhaustion seeping in, students may think that downing an energy drink is not a bad idea. With…

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