The Miami Hurricanes women's basketball team dropped their second game of the season with the Houston Cougars pulling away late, 70-64. The Cougars were propelled by their ability to hit 7-of-11 three pointers in the second half.
The No. 2 Connecticut Huskies were just too big for the No. 16 Miami Hurricanes, literally. 7 foot 3 inch All-American Hasheem Thabeet dominated the Hurricanes in the paint finishing with 19 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocks, as the Huskies defeated the Canes, 76-63 in the second round of the Paradise Jam.
The No. 16 Miami Hurricanes look to do some early season damage, as they face off against a formidable pool at the Paradise Jam tournament.
Highly touted shooting guard Durand Scott announced on SNY television Wednesday that he would leave the northeast and spurn powerhouse Connecticut to attend the University of Miami.
Hurricanes open season with a dominating 96-60 win over Florida Southern.
Hurricanes will look to build on last season's success and push themselves back into the NCAA Tournament.
A player-by-player breakdown of the men's basketball team.
Great Expectations surround this year's men's basketball team. Here are five questions, who's answers, will determine the fate of the team's season.
Women's Basketball team looks to bounce back after a rough season.
The Hurricanes men's basketball team finds itself ranked No. 16 in the preseason ESPN/USA Today Poll, after coming off a strong 2007-2008 season.
The Miami Hurricanes men's and women's basketball teams will welcome fans to the BankUnited Center on Oct. 18 for "Hurricanes Hoopfest '08," an event for fans, and especially those interested in purchasing season tickets for either team.