“We offer just that: community,” Atherley said. “That’s what I’m really trying to build. A community, and a bridge to other black organizations on campus so we have more resources and are aware of things that are offered for black students at the U.”
“I mean a little emotional, I’m not going to lie,” Vasiljevic said about making the game-winning free throws. “But for me to get on that free throw line and score the last point, means a lot. I trust in myself, I put in the work and I wanted everyone to know the game was over.”
Miami head coach Katie Meier’s hopefulness for her team fell short Wednesday night in Greensboro, North Carolina, as her team lost to the Clemson Tigers 71-56 in the first round of the ACC tournament.
“I told the team after the game, winning is a lot more fun than losing,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said after the game. “Not only winning but playing well, where you do the things you planned on doing, when you rebound really well and it’s a team effort.”
The Miami Hurricanes found themselves at a crossroads in their 2019-20 campaign.
“A lot of teams were more mature than us this year and that’s been tough.”
While students were at home feasting on Thanksgiving leftovers, the women’s basketball team hosted a tournament at the Watsco Center this past weekend.
Miami’s women’s basketball team took home second place in the Maggie Dixon Classic at DePaul University in Chicago, Ill this weekend.
Miami trailed 49-46 heading into the fourth quarter, but a 16-point fourth-quarter performance from junior Mykea Gray and a career-high 23-points from junior Endia Banks helped Miami pull away in the end.
“We don’t have to play our best game, we just have to manage the edge and flow a little better. I thought we did that.”