“The story of the game is holding NC State to 50,” Meier said. “You know just the guts and the effort, just incredible.”
“It’s one of the things that is near and dear to my heart,” Miami head coach Katie Meier said. “That’s why I don’t think anyone should be pouting or hanging their heads in a basketball game. There’s people really fighting and it’s to raise awareness, to make sure that even if today we didn’t win it’s still a win.”
“For me, it’s straight forward. I want to win. I want to win as many games as possible,” King said. “I know the history behind this program. I know where it’s been, I know where coach Diaz and everybody is trying to get it back to. I’m just here to win as many games as possible. My ultimate goal is to go 12-0 this year.”
With only 12 active players, the club water polo team struggled to gather enough numbers to compete in its’ first tournament of the season.
The Florida State Seminoles, defending national champions, proved to be too strong for the Canes who fell in a 0-3 loss.
Rivalries aren’t only exclusive to football. The University of Miami’s club tennis team finished off last season as regional champions. In their 2019-2020 season opener at the University of Florida, however, they suffered a close 25-24 defeat to the Gators in the final.