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Over the hump: Canes discover seedings and locations on Selection Sunday

“The U is back … back in the big dance,” men’s basketball coach Jim Larrañaga said after the team’s viewing of the NCAA’s Selection Sunday show.

Takeaways from day three of Miami spring football practice

Third-year wide receiver Xavier Restrepo was Miami’s most consistent wideout through the first week of spring practices, routinely breaking off his route stem with efficiency and coming down with difficult receptions.

Men’s basketball coach Jim Larrañaga earns two-year contract extension

“I am excited to have Jim continue to lead our men’s basketball program,” Miami Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich said in a Miami Athletics release. “He is an outstanding ambassador on and off the court for Miami and for the game of college basketball. We look forward to many more seasons of success with Jim at the helm.”

Takeaways from day two of Miami spring football practice

Miami football’s spring practice continued Wednesday morning and was followed by a media availability with Miami offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Josh Gattis, sophomore tight end Elijah Arroyo, fifth-year tight end Will Mallory and fourth-year offensive tackle Zion Nelson.

UM community stands in solidarity with Ukraine

Ekaterina Smirnova was sitting in a lecture hall when her phone buzzed with a text message from her father. The text read, “the war has started.”

Takeaways from day one of Miami spring football practice

Without question, the last weeks of winter could not have ended soon enough for players to get to work with the new leaders of UM football.

Four Frost students use alternative music to offset pandemic-related burnout

Damn Janis's four members spoke about their experiences making music together and their plans for the future.

Womens’ leadership symposium kicks off with belly dancing workshop

The Butler Center for Service and Leadership will hold a belly dancing class held by renowned belly dancing instructor Portia Lange on March 7.

Unable to rally late for ACC Tournament title, Miami falls to...

“They had a couple of amazing runs fueled by the crowd, fueled by emotion, and frankly our emotional fuel tank was a little empty on the fourth day,” Miami coach Katie Meier said. “If you're ever going to have an empty fuel tank, I think it is on the fourth day after playing three amazing teams to get here and then playing the best team in the conference on the last day and asking your kids to defend their brains out.”

Miami holds off No. 20 Notre Dame for spot in first-ever...

"I thought it was a great representation of what college athletics is supposed to be,” Miami coach Katie Meier said. You're supposed to be a high-level character, high-character individual to represent this amazing conference on a stage like that. Your coaching staff is supposed to play by the rules, do things the right way, encourage your players, and lift people up and both staffs do that."

“Refresh” candidates elected SGA President and Vice President in razor thin...

In the election for the upcoming school year's student government leaders, "Refresh's" candidates won the race for president and vice president. Jamie Williams-Smith and Chika Nwosu will become next year's SGA elected leaders.

Gators chomped: Miami powers past Florida to take first game of...

The "left, right, left, right, sientate!" chants sounded a little louder, a little more meaningful and definitely more pointed Friday night at Mark Light Field.