The Hurricanes’ worst season under coach Jim Larrañaga came to a close on Wednesday afternoon. Miami failed to score in the first four minutes and Virginia Tech took advantage in the second round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament. The 12th-seeded Hurricanes could not overcome their slow start and fell 71-56 to the fifth-seeded Hokies…
In less than a week, we the students of the University of Miami will finally get what we’ve been waiting for since Thanksgiving break. We can wake up at midday and not feel guilty about missing class because there will be no classes or assignments (yeah, right). Class attendance for lectures this week will probably be low because spring break is here.
UM has a tremendous amount of black history and honestly, we should be ashamed we don’t know more.
“I’m sure when I’m retired and sitting on the beach somewhere, I’ll think about this as the greatest win, but these wins can be canceled out really quick if you don’t focus on the next one,” Miami coach Katie Meier said after the 350th victory of her career. “We’re on a mission and we just have to keep getting better.”
“This debate provided the opportunity for students to meet the candidates and hear from them personally what they hope to change about the UM experience.”
“We had cockroaches for about a week and I wouldn’t shower on my floor. They were all over the bathroom and sometimes got into bedrooms.”
“It’s very closely mimicking life,” he said. “Points are played, and they’re either won or lost. That’s how I looked at it. You either win or you lose. Every time you step on the line, you have the opportunity to do it again. That’s the biggest thing I’ve learned from competing in tennis. That’s something I try to pass down to my players.”