After losing six-year assistant coach Adam Fisher to Penn State just weeks ago, Miami men’s basketball has found a replacement in new assistant DJ Irving, UM announced last Thursday.
In two seasons at DePaul, Moore started nearly every game, averaging around 15 point per game and five assists per game, playing an average of 34 minutes.
After an indifferent season, Meier sought international talent to improve her roster. The team will welcome two transfers, Lola Pendande and Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi, for the 2021-22 season.
Although the Hurricanes have lost five players to the transfer portal, there is some good news regarding some of the other seniors.
The offseason has officially begun, and Miami may not have enough players to field a team.
Lykes was named Preseason First-Team All-ACC prior to the start of the 2020-2021 season, but suffered an ankle injury just two games into the season and did not play for the rest of the season.
“So, it is the wild, wild West, we anticipated this happening," Larrañaga said. "We’ve had a number of our guys announce [their decisions] and we’ve had a number of our guys still in wait-and-see mode."
After the previous season’s 15-16 record and yet another year without dancing in March, head coach Jim Larrañaga and his staff had good reason to enter this season with high hopes.
Energy, inconsistency and early injuries. This is the story surrounding the women’s basketball season, which ended after a second-round exit in the ACC Tournament against Virginia Tech.
With four of five starters returning from the previous year, what could possibly go wrong? Well, basically everything went wrong.
"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.”
“Well, that was a heck of a fight,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said. “I thought we gave it all we had right up until the final buzzer.”