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Hurricanes overwhelm Hokies in overtime, win 67-56
Basketball, Sports

Hurricanes overwhelm Hokies in overtime, win 67-56

The Hurricanes didn’t flinch when Virginia Tech freshman guard Chanette Hicks drained a jumper to tie the game with seven seconds left in regulation. The No. 18 Canes took care of business in overtime, beating the Hokies 67-56 after a late rally by Virginia Tech knotted the two teams at 50 at the end of…

Freshman Joseph Diiorio wins Muscle Milk’s three-point shooting contest
Campus Life, News

Freshman Joseph Diiorio wins Muscle Milk’s three-point shooting contest

The Canes men’s basketball team defeated ACC foe Virginia Tech with ease Wednesday night, but another Cane had already won at halftime. While the teams were in the locker rooms drawing up second-half strategy, freshman Joseph Diiorio won Muscle Milk’s Beat30 Three-point Shooting Contest. He won with a score of five points after beating out recent UM graduate Javier…

Hurricanes open spring schedule with 11th-place tie
Golf, Sports

Hurricanes open spring schedule with 11th-place tie

The No. 29 Hurricanes finished tied for 11th place in the UCF Challenge held in Orlando from Feb. 7-9. The Canes competed with 17 other teams at the par 72, 6,349-yard Eagle Creek Golf Club in the team’s first event of the spring. Miami finished the first round in 13th place with a team score…

‘Swag 16′ recruiting class good sign for Canes’ offense
Football, National Signing Day, Sports

‘Swag 16′ recruiting class good sign for Canes’ offense

As National Signing Day came to a close, the University of Miami’s recruiting class finished ranked No. 23 nationally, according to Rivals. The self-proclaimed “Swag 16” recruiting class stands to improve the Hurricanes’ offense significantly for this upcoming season. The biggest addition to the offense is wide receiver Sam Bruce. The St. Thomas Aquinas graduate originally…

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