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Season-best five home runs blasts Miami past Clemson

"Our offense really exploded there with the long ball and the extra base hits,” DiMare said. “I love the way we swung the bat today, and just hopefully we can build off of it.”

Summer ball to The Light: Rosario and Mederos team up once again at UM

“Me and Victor, we’ve been playing together since, I would say, summer ball of eighth grade, so we’ve been friends a long time,” Rosario said.

No. 20 Miami falls 6-4 to Pittsburgh in late-inning scoring struggle

Mederos (1-3) was lifted after only two innings, allowing four earned runs and walking two batters, as Miami (17-10, 10-9 Atlantic Coast Conference) fell behind early on a three-run Pittsburgh attack in the second frame.

Future of UM basketball up in air with slew of players transferring out of program

“So, it is the wild, wild West, we anticipated this happening," Larrañaga said. "We’ve had a number of our guys announce [their decisions] and we’ve had a number of our guys still in wait-and-see mode."

In scoreless season finale, Miami falls to Florida

“I think we created a number of chances that were inches from being a different outcome for sure,” Miami head coach Sarah Barnes said.

Miami shows resilience but still struggles with hitting

Sitting at 5-6 in ACC competition entering another three-game set, Miami essentially needed this series victory over Virginia to keep its hopes alive for at least a berth in the NCAA Regionals, let alone to have a chance to host for the first time since 2016.

Miami edges Virginia 8-6 in series opener

Freshman left-handed closer Carson Palmquist struck out a career-high six batters, including the final three, through two-and-one-third innings, as Miami held off Virginia (9-12, 3-10 ACC) 8-6 in the ninth inning at Davenport Field on Friday.

Miami left humbled as Florida State earns crushing weekend sweep at Mark Light

Arguably the most embarrassing weekend in recent memory for Miami Hurricanes baseball, the three games resembled almost every ounce of haplessness not witnessed very often at Mark Light Field.

Six-game win streak snapped, Miami falls 13-1 in series opener to Florida State

"Obviously not a very good start to the series and to the game,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said.

Miami soccer picks up first win of season against FIU

Scoring the most goals of the season with four on Sunday night, the Miami Hurricanes defeated the Florida International Panthers 4-0 for its first win of the 2020-21 season at Cobb Stadium.

Miami freshman Earl Timberlake set to transfer out of UM

"After some thought, I came to the conclusion that putting my name in the transfer portal is the best move for my future," Timberlake told ESPN. "There’s nothing negative that happened.”

Rosario pitches seven shutout innings in win over Wake Forest

“It’s all about just experience,” Rosario said. “I feel like every time I go out there, I’m just getting better. I feel good; I’m just trying to get the job done and help my team win.”
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