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Soccer players find success on field, in classroom
Profiles, Soccer, Sports

Soccer players find success on field, in classroom

The Miami Hurricanes soccer team has seen a big turnaround this season, boasting a record of 8-5-0 and 3-2-0 in conference play. Thanks to specific routines and unique collections, senior forward Gracie Lachowecki and redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Phallon Tullis-Joyce have led the charge for the Canes. After upsetting No. 2 Virginia and Syracuse in the…

UM volleyball athletes share similar backgrounds
Sports, Volleyball

UM volleyball athletes share similar backgrounds

Over the first 14 matches of the season, sophomore outside hitters Kolby Bird and Anna Haak have become fixtures in the Hurricanes starting rotation. They both play integral roles on the team. Bird, who had a career-high 16 kills against UTSA on Sept. 2, continuously stuffs the stat sheet for Miami. Bird is third on…

Canes soccer stays on a roll, beats the Orange 2-0
Soccer, Sports

Canes soccer stays on a roll, beats the Orange 2-0

The University of Miami women’s soccer team extended its winning streak with a dominating 2-0 victory over the Syracuse Orange in a physical contest on Sunday afternoon at Cobb Stadium. “Every game we try and go in with the same mentality, the same organization and getting things done,” Head Coach Mary-Frances Monroe said. “Just making sure when…

Freshman players performing beyond their years
Football, Sports

Freshman players performing beyond their years

After two victories over subpar opponents, the Canes will hit the road for their first away game under Head Coach Mark Richt when they travel to Boone, North Carolina, to face off against the Appalachian State Mountaineers. While questions regarding Miami’s lack of depth and experience on defense surrounded the team heading into the season,…

Miami basketball’s top recruit Dewan Huell arrested
Basketball, Sports

Miami basketball’s top recruit Dewan Huell arrested

Hurricanes freshman power forward Dewan Huell was arrested for battery charges on Tuesday. “I am aware of the reported incident involving Dewan Huell last night, and we are gathering information,” University of Miami Director of Athletics Blake James said in a statement released by the school. “I have very high expectations for all of our student…

Women’s soccer team held scoreless, falls to FIU
Soccer, Sports

Women’s soccer team held scoreless, falls to FIU

The Miami Hurricanes soccer team wrapped up non-conference play Sunday afternoon, falling to Florida International University 1-0. “I’m really disappointed today in our performance,” Head Coach Mary Frances-Monroe said after the game. “I felt like we were the better team and they just got a lucky break from us making a mistake and we have…

Canes prepare gameplan for FAU
Football, Sports

Canes prepare gameplan for FAU

Coming off their dominating 70-3 victory over FAMU, the No. 25 Miami Hurricanes (1-0) welcome Florida Atlantic University (1-0) and their fast-paced offense to Hard Rock Stadium this Saturday afternoon. As the Canes – who are ranked in the AP top 25 poll for the first time since 2013 – prepare to take on FAU,…

Canes repairing defense following dismissals
Football, Sports

Canes repairing defense following dismissals

After last Saturday’s dismissal of redshirt junior defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad and senior linebacker Jermaine Grace, it’s back to the drawing board for Head Coach Mark Richt and the rest of the Hurricanes coaching staff. With only a few days before Miami’s home opener against FAMU on Saturday, the Canes have some big shoes to…

UM soccer falls to Ohio State Buckeyes, 2-1
Soccer, Sports

UM soccer falls to Ohio State Buckeyes, 2-1

The Hurricanes dropped their home opener to the Ohio State Buckeyes 2-1 at Cobb Stadium Friday evening. “I thought we did a really great job,” Miami Head Coach Mary-Frances Monroe said. “We found ourselves getting into some great scoring chance and we were able to put one away. So I’m really proud of the team.” Miami (2-1)…

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