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No. 20 Miami shocks second-ranked Louisville
Basketball, Cover, Sports

No. 20 Miami shocks second-ranked Louisville

“I’m sure when I’m retired and sitting on the beach somewhere, I’ll think about this as the greatest win, but these wins can be canceled out really quick if you don’t focus on the next one,” Miami coach Katie Meier said after the 350th victory of her career. “We’re on a mission and we just have to keep getting better.”

Toral homers, Miami clinches series victory over Rutgers
Baseball, Sports

Toral homers, Miami clinches series victory over Rutgers

Highly touted high school prospect Alex Toral struggled mightily during his freshman season for the Hurricanes. However, his sophomore campaign has been a different story. The power-hitting first baseman slugged his second home run in as many games to lead the Hurricanes to a 7-1 victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights Saturday evening at Alex…

Despite success, Perez-Somarriba remains hungry for more
Sports, Tennis

Despite success, Perez-Somarriba remains hungry for more

“I want to be ranked first, honestly,” Perez-Somarriba said. “That’s the reason why I wake up in the morning and I go to practice and give my best. Obviously, winning the national title is in my mind. Daily work is the only way to impact those results. All the accolades are extra. I’m improving so much as a person. I’m learning so much from my coaches, from my teammates so all these accolades are great, but they’re extra.”

Tennis is more than just wins and losses for Piric
Cover, Sports, Tennis

Tennis is more than just wins and losses for Piric

“It’s very closely mimicking life,” he said. “Points are played, and they’re either won or lost. That’s how I looked at it. You either win or you lose. Every time you step on the line, you have the opportunity to do it again. That’s the biggest thing I’ve learned from competing in tennis. That’s something I try to pass down to my players.”

Short-handed Hurricanes fall to 13th-ranked Tar Heels
Basketball, Sports

Short-handed Hurricanes fall to 13th-ranked Tar Heels

The Hurricanes continued to show flashes of competing against the powerhouses in the Atlantic Coast Conference Saturday afternoon at the Watsco Center. But once again, Miami’s lack of depth and the Tar Heels’ ability to knock down critical shots late in the game ultimately doomed the Hurricanes in a back-and-forth contest that featured 12 lead changes….

Hurricanes coach Mark Richt retires from coaching
Cover, Football, Sports

Hurricanes coach Mark Richt retires from coaching

Mark Richt announced Sunday afternoon that he is retiring as Miami Hurricanes coach. Richt’s unexpected announcement came three days after the Hurricanes lost to Wisconsin 35-3 in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl. In a statement, Richt, 58, said he informed Miami Director of Athletics Blake James of his decision on Sunday morning. “The decision came…

Miami Hurricanes QB N’Kosi Perry’s social media struggles continue
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Miami Hurricanes QB N’Kosi Perry’s social media struggles continue

A sexually explicit video posted on Hurricanes quarterback N’Kosi Perry’s Snapchat story had University of Miami students talking and sharing the post during the final weeks of the semester, but on Friday the UM Athletics Department would only acknowledge that the salacious 10-second video was “inappropriate” and would not confirm if Perry was in the video. “We…

Miami set for rematch against Wisconsin in Pinstripe Bowl
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Miami set for rematch against Wisconsin in Pinstripe Bowl

“The bowls are interesting in that it’s the finish of this year and it’s kind of the beginning of next year,” Hurricanes coach Mark Richt said. “So, it’s very meaningful to our seniors. Obviously, it’ll be the last game that they’ll wear that uniform and wear the ‘U’ on their helmet. But it’s also important for our young guys, too, to have a great performance working ourselves into the offseason and into next year. It’s big for a lot of reasons.”

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