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Sunday, July 25, 2021

Canes down to final lifeline after loss to South Florida

Falling 10-2 to the South Florida Bulls in Saturday’s winners bracket matchup, the Canes must now win their next three games in the Gainesville regional in order to advance to the Super Regional.

Canes advance to winner’s bracket final with win over South Alabama

With a 1-0 win over the South Alabama Jaguars in the opening round Friday, the No. 2 seeded Canes (33-19, 20-15 ACC) advance to play South Florida in the winners’ bracket final at Florida Ballpark Saturday at 4 p.m.

Canes selected for Gainesville regional as No. 2 seed

The Hurricanes will compete this weekend in the double elimination bracket with No. 1 regional seed and No. 15 national seed Florida, No. 3 regional seed South Alabama and No. 4 regional seed South Florida.

Faculty Senate condemns Frenk’s decision to dismiss law school dean

Senate faculty support of the dean comes two days after the law school’s tenured faculty adopted a resolution protesting Varona’s removal, just hours after the president announced the dismissal.

Dean of UM law school fired; tenured faculty protest decision

“I have determined that new leadership is vital for the benefit of the institution, our students and our community,” said UM President Julio Frenk in the May 25 email announcing the termination.

Canes complete sweep at Louisville, finish second in ACC Coastal

The Miami Hurricanes did what they could to earn themselves an Atlantic Coast Conference Coastal Division championship on the regular season’s final day Saturday.

Can the Hurricanes meet expectations in final regular season series?

Miami and Louisville were paired to finish the season as the ACC’s two most likely contenders, with the teams projected preseason to win the Coastal and Atlantic divisions. Neither side has met those expectations—yet.

UM unsure if vaccines will be mandatory for fall semester

More than 200 universities are requiring its students – and in some instances, faculty and staff – to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the fall semester. Although the University of Miami has not yet announced if it will follow suit, UM President Julio Frenk said by the end of May that UM will provide more guidance about “a safe return in the fall.”

Cop with history of racist incidents and excessive force working for...

Recently reinstated Miami police captain Javier Ortiz, who is best known for his long history of racist comments and excessive force accusations, has been performing lucrative off-duty work at UM's medical campus.

Everything you need to know ahead of draft night: Miami Hurricanes

The Miami Hurricanes aren’t new to the NFL Draft and as Thursday quickly approaches, the Canes are ready to see whose names are called out in Cleveland.

Strong hitting fuels Canes past Tar Heels, DiMare secures 75th win...

After struggling offensively the past two games, UM exploded for 14 hits against the UNC Tar Heels on Sunday at Boshamer Stadium.

Pushing for consistency, Miami heads to Chapel Hill to face North...

With just four Atlantic Coast Conference series remaining until postseason play, now is the time to put it all together down the home stretch.