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Richardson and Achong advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA...

“I think they’ve been playing great doubles all year. So, I think that this is just about continuing to do what they’ve done the entire season,” Yaroshuk-Tews said. “They work very well together and they’re both very established doubles players, as everybody is in this tournament. I think the energy they bring, [along with the] strategy, the good mindset, the volleys and the aggressive play, I think that they could do some damage.”

Miami’s Nijel Pack to withdraw name from 2022 NBA Draft

As first reported by Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports, Miami men's basketball guard Nijel Pack will withdraw his name from the 2022 NBA Draft and return to college next season.

Richardson and Achong fall in opening round of the NCAA Singles...

“Listen, these are the best players in the country. We didn’t play our best tennis today, but I think that had a lot to do with the players that we played, our opponents,” Miami head coach Paige Yaroshuk-Tews said. “We’ve got to do better against high-level competition. We’ve got to push a little harder. We’ve got to believe a little more.”

Six Hurricanes awarded All-ACC Honors

The Atlantic Coast Conference recognized six Hurricanes Monday morning.

Takeaways from Miami’s ACC series win over Notre Dame

In their last regular-season series, No. 9 Miami was able to pull out a series win against No. 14 Notre Dame by the count of two games to one. On Thursday and Saturday, the Hurricanes won, 6-4 and 16-7, respectively, and on Friday, they lost, 5-0. Here are some of the takeaways from the series.

Miami beats Notre Dame 16-6, misses out on first ACC Coastal...

On a hot and humid spring day, the Hurricanes wrapped up their season with a decisive victory against Notre Dame, winning 16-7 on Saturday afternoon at Mark Light Field.

Canes fall to No. 14 Notre Dame in 5-0 shutout

"We got to turn the page," Miami head coach Gino DiMare said. "Notre Dame is a good team. To sweep a team like that, it's a tough task."

Gutierrez shines in Miami’s 6-4 win over Notre Dame Thursday

After a quiet Tuesday night, the Hurricanes responded in a loud way, beating the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 6-4 Thursday at Mark Light Field, while retaining the top spot in the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Coastal Division.

In final regular season series, Miami returns home for top-15 matchup...

No. 14 Notre Dame (32-11, 15-9 Atlantic Coast Conference) comes to Miami leading the Atlantic Division by one game. Taking two of three games in its last ACC series against Pittsburgh, the Irish won on the road on Tuesday, taking down Northwestern 14-4 in seven innings.

Canes drop final midweek matchup of season to Florida Gulf Coast

“We just didn’t do anything to help ourselves win,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said. “Overall, just a disappointing night.”

Miami’s season ends in Sweet 16 against eighth-ranked Pepperdine

“Look, Pepperdine played a great match today. They’re led by two star players at one and two. The bottom line is, I just think they were better than us,” Miami head coach Paige Yaroshuk-Tews said. “They played better than us; the level was a little higher than where we are right now. It’s a tough one to swallow when that’s the last one of the season, but that’s typically how they end unless you’re going to win a title.”

Takeaways from Miami’s series loss to Florida State

Before this weekend, the last time that Miami won a game against Florida State was in 2019. With the Hurricanes being a top-10 team in the nation, there was hope they would show dominance against the Seminoles.