“Obviously just a bottom line is they got a lot of hits when they needed them and we didn’t,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said after Sunday’s loss. “With runners in scoring position we seemed to not ever get the big hit and it seems like they got them.”
“Disappointing,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said. “Came down to the end. Can’t finish the game. Something we didn’t do very good last year, we got to do a better job. Had the game right there where we wanted it. Couldn’t close it out.”
Nine innings of baseball just wasn’t enough for the top two teams in the country.
But after 11 innings, it was only fitting that only one run was the deciding factor between the No. 1 Hurricanes and No. 2 Gators when they squared off Friday night, with the Gators coming away with the 2-1 win.
After two and a half weeks of campaigning and 3,290 votes cast, there is currently no complete student government executive ticket that will be taking office later this spring.
Just a single week after the 2020 college baseball season began, the top two teams in the country with face off in a three-game series that will determine early season momentum between the storied programs, have postseason ramifications, and possibly more than anything else, will determine bragging rights between the rivals.
As student government elections come to a close, executive ticket candidates are doubling down their campaign efforts to gain as many votes as possible before the impending midnight deadline.
The University of Miami Hillel will host New York Times staff editor and writer Bari Weiss on Wednesday Feb. 19 to discuss her book “How to Fight Anti-Semitism.”
The Miami Hurricanes received some big news Monday morning, a day after completing their season-opening sweep of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights: They are now the No. 1 team in the nation.