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Jarren Williams named Miami Hurricanes starting quarterback

Eight months after nearly transferring out of the University of Miami, redshirt freshman Jarren Williams has been named the starting quarterback for the Hurricanes,...

McMahon dazzles, No. 17 Miami defeats Duke in regular season finale

The past two seasons the Miami Hurricanes missed out on the NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament, snapping a record-setting 44-year postseason streak. Miami has not...

No. 17 Miami falls 12-3 to Duke despite McKendry’s return

Hurricanes ace Evan McKendry made his first appearance Friday since April 19, when he left after just one inning against then-No. 8 Louisville due to...

No. 21 Miami rallies to defeat Bethune-Cookman, 12-7

It was not pretty, but the Hurricanes got the job done. Miami committed four errors against Bethune-Cookman, but the Hurricanes’ offense bailed out Gino DiMare’s...

No. 24 Miami sweeps Virginia Tech with 2-0 victory

Virginia Tech right-hander Nic Enright retired the first 10 Hurricanes he faced Sunday afternoon. After walking shortstop Anthony Vilar, fellow freshman Adrian Del Castillo made...

Three takeaways from the Hurricanes’ spring game

"I thought there was good execution on both sides," first-year head coach Manny Diaz said. "The big thing is are we starting to look like the Miami Hurricanes. I think in glimpses you can kind of see the improvements that this team has made. Now, if we stop here we have no chance."

N’Kosi Perry focused on growing during spring practices

“It’s 24/7, 365 days of the year,” Perry said. “You’re always working. You’re always a quarterback. Everyone is going to look at you as the quarterback. So you have to be on your Ps and Qs at all times…I understand that it wasn’t acceptable for me and especially for my teammates. I feel like I disrespected them and I let them down, so I don’t want to do that anymore.”

Miami falls 6-5 to Florida State in series finale

“We by far and away did not play a complete game,’’ Hurricanes coach Gino DiMare said. “But at the end of the day, we still had a chance to win the game. We made a ton of mistakes, but we still had a chance to win at the end...Disappointing, because we had a chance to sweep.’’

Battling life’s curveballs on and off the field

“With all the things I’ve been through, it shows you there’s more important things in life to worry about,” Amditis said. “A lot of people have it worse than I do.”

Tate Martell grew up wanting to be a Miami Hurricane

"I’m excited for this season and what this team has right now. We’re on a good path. It’s taking a little bit of time. It’s not going to be easy. But I promise you, we’ll be ready, the way that we’re going and how we’re working right now.”

K.J. Osborn provides the Hurricanes with experience

“That’s what we needed, that leadership,” Harley said. “Without him coming in, it would have been just me and Evidence [Njoku] and Jeff Thomas. We would have been the older guys. It’s a great feeling having that older guy who has been there for four or five years. He’s teaching us knowledge, pushing us more.”

Miami quarterback Tate Martell eligible after NCAA grants waiver

Hurricanes quarterback Tate Martell is eligible to play immediately after being granted a waiver from the NCAA, Miami announced Tuesday afternoon. "We are pleased with...
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