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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.”

Baseball commentary: Miami survives NC State after Friday disaster

Saturday and Sunday inside Doak Field at Dail Park represented two gritty wins for a Miami team that appeared to have lost a significant amount of momentum after what had transpired in both the series loss to Virginia Tech and the 11-5 opener to NC State on Friday.

Miami rallies late to take second game from NC State

Freshman first baseman CJ Kayfus hit a leadoff home run in the top of the eighth inning, and No. 6 Miami (4-4, 2-3 ACC) defeated No. 24 NC State (4-5, 1-4 ACC) 6-4 in the second game of the series.

Miami comes up short in second round of ACC Tournament against Virginia Tech

Carrying a three-game win streak to Greensboro, N.C. — the second longest active win streak in the conference — Miami (11-11, 8-11 ACC) was prepared to battle Virginia Tech (13-8, 8-8 ACC) having after falling to the Hokies by 20 points at home on Feb. 11.

Miami sweeps Clemson for third-straight ACC win

Miami redshirt junior forward Destiny Harden scored a career-high 21 points, guard Endia Banks added 13 points, and Miami (11-10, 8-10 ACC) defeated Clemson (10-11, 5-11 ACC) 68-62 at Littlejohn Coliseum.

Wong’s game-high 28 points not enough in road loss to Clemson

Miami sophomore guard Isaiah Wong scored a game-high 28 points, though his individual performance was not enough for the Hurricanes’ first victory in three and a half weeks, as Miami (7-15, 3-13 ACC) fell to Clemson (15-5, 9-5 ACC) 66-58 at Littlejohn Coliseum.

Miami pulls out impressive victory over Wake Forest on Senior Night

“Four very special young ladies. They’re just gritty and that’s what they’ve been the whole time they’ve been here,” Miami head coach Katie Meier said on the leadership of her senior guards.

On a victorious Sunday, Miami clinches first series win over Florida since 2014

Opening its season with a series against the nation’s consensus No. 1 team for the first time in history, Miami maintained momentum from Saturday’s 13-inning victory and held on to defeat Florida 8-6 in the rubber game.

Miami embarrassed at home versus Georgia Tech in worst loss of season

In search of their first conference win since edging Duke at home on Feb. 1, the Hurricanes returned home to face the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, hoping to kindle any ounce of momentum with the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season coming to a close.

‘One of the best hitters we’ve had here’: Adrian Del Castillo ready for best season yet

If you’ve watched almost any baseball game at Miami over the past two seasons, the chances of missing the hitting performances of catcher Adrian Del Castillo are likely slim to none.
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