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Canes basketball loses second guard in Deandre Burnett
Athletics, Basketball, Sports

Canes basketball loses second guard in Deandre Burnett

Hours after losing Manu Lecomte, the Miami Hurricanes lost another guard Wednesday afternoon with the announcement that DeAndre Burnett is transferring from the program. In an announcement, coach Jim Larrañaga confirmed that guard Manu Lecomte was also leaving Coral Gables. SEE ALSO: Manu Lecomte will transfer from UM Burnett, a Carol City native, leaves after his first…

Hurricane guard Manu Lecomte will reportedly transfer from UM
Athletics, Basketball, Commentary, Sports

Hurricane guard Manu Lecomte will reportedly transfer from UM

UPDATE: Coach Jim Larrañaga confirmed that DeAndre Burnett will also be transferring from the program. After missing the NCAA tournament and finishing as the controversial runner up in the NIT, the chatter surrounding the Miami Hurricanes basketball team centered on the team’s strong finish to an up-and-down season and the optimism surrounding 11 scholarship players…

Tennis player Clementina Riobueno aces performance on court
Sports, Tennis

Tennis player Clementina Riobueno aces performance on court

It is a chilly evening at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center, and the Miami Hurricanes women’s tennis team is hosting Florida Gulf Coast on a Friday in mid-February. Flags billow in the wind, and players from both teams bundle up in sweatshirts and pants. Temperatures hover around 50 degrees Fahrenheit, a pleasant day for those…

Close-call Canes triumph over Seminoles
Basketball, Gallery, Photo, Sports

Close-call Canes triumph over Seminoles

With tournament hopes on life support, the University of Miami Hurricanes fought off a furious rally from Florida State and defeated the rival Seminoles 81-77 Wednesday night at the BankUnited Center. Florida State (15-14, 7-9 ACC) found themselves down 18 points with 4:52 to play in the game, but then Seminole guard Xavier Rathan-Mayes caught fire. The FSU freshman…

Miami’s tournament chances riding on rivalry game
Basketball, Sports

Miami’s tournament chances riding on rivalry game

Coming off a heartbreaking loss in Louisville that knocked Miami into college basketball analyst Joe Lunardi’s “Next Four Out” from the “First Four Out,” the Hurricanes will host rival Florida State Seminoles 9 p.m. Wednesday night in the BankUnited Center. “When you are in the ACC, every team you play is a very good team. We…

Pitcher Andy Suarez pulled for strain injury
Baseball, Sports

Pitcher Andy Suarez pulled for strain injury

Miami Hurricanes pitcher Andy Suarez was set to make his second start of the season Friday night in a matchup against rival Florida Gators at Alfred McKethan Stadium in Gainesville, Fla. But the staff ace was out before the game even started, scratched from the lineup after a potential oblique strain during his pre-game bullpen warmup. In…

Miami misses opportunity with loss at Louisville
Basketball, Sports

Miami misses opportunity with loss at Louisville

In a game that could have punched the ticket to the Big Dance, the University of Miami Hurricanes came up short in its attempt to upset the high-caliber, No. 12 Louisville Cardinals. The enthralling game ended 55-53. “This conference is more like the Big East than I ever imagined,” Louisville head coach Rick Pitino said after the…

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