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Canes challenge themselves with professional competitions in the last regular season meet

Alfreda Steele led the sprints for Miami, she finished second in the 200 meter dash. Steele’s time of 22.83 is the sixth fastest time in the NCAA this year and a new personal best time for the graduate student.

Everything you need to know ahead of draft night: Miami Hurricanes

The Miami Hurricanes aren’t new to the NFL Draft and as Thursday quickly approaches, the Canes are ready to see whose names are called out in Cleveland.

Miami welcomes two international recruits from transfer portal

After an indifferent season, Meier sought international talent to improve her roster. The team will welcome two transfers, Lola Pendande and Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi, for the 2021-22 season.

Canes find success in Gainesville despite deep competition

Freshman Oskar Bambals finished third in the 800 meter run with a time of 1:48.92. Bambals now holds the third fastest time in Miami program history.

Canes win on Senior Day, continue streak against FAU

To cap off an already successful regular season, the No. 23 Canes defeated Florida Atlantic University on Senior Day 6-1.

Canes come up one point short against rival Florida State

As any Canes-Seminole rivalry the score was close, with the team losing 4-3 by a narrow one point margin.

Canes make a mark on NCAA season times and program history at Florida Relays

The Canes hit the road for the first time of the outdoor season to compete in the Florida Relays in Gainesville, Fl over the weekend.

Canes break program records in back-to-back weeks and take home a series of first place finishes

Sophomore Russell Robinson finished first in the triple jump and broke the record with a mark of 16.03m. Robinson now holds both the outdoor triple and long jump program records.

Women’s basketball commentary: Energy, inconsistency and early injuries was the story of UM’s season

Energy, inconsistency and early injuries. This is the story surrounding the women’s basketball season, which ended after a second-round exit in the ACC Tournament against Virginia Tech.

First half mistakes prove detrimental as Canes fall to Virginia 62-51

“We played 35 good minutes,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said. “The last four to five minutes of the first half killed us.”

Miami brings home the gold in multiple events, women’s team finishes second overall

Wrapping up the indoor season, the Canes headed north to Clemson where the team competed in the ACC Indoor Track and Field Championships. Miami found success during the three-day affair and returned to Coral Gables with an impressive resume.

‘Flat’ Hurricanes fall to Florida State a week after defeating them

“I think the starters were absolutely flat,” Meier said. “I shouldn’t be coaching energy, I just shouldn’t. I had to and I had to burn timeouts, which ended up biting us in the butt later in the game.”
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