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Hurricanes heartbroken again in NCAA Tournament
Basketball, Sports

Hurricanes heartbroken again in NCAA Tournament

March Madness is full of heartbreak. And Sunday evening the fourth-seeded Miami Hurricanes experienced the painful feeling once again, falling 57-55 to the fifth-seeded Arizona State Sun Devils in the second round of the NCAA Tournament at the Watsco Center. With the Hurricanes and Sun Devils tied 55-55 with 10 seconds left, Miami secured a…

Miami quarterback Tate Martell eligible after NCAA grants waiver
Football, Sports

Miami quarterback Tate Martell eligible after NCAA grants waiver

Hurricanes quarterback Tate Martell is eligible to play immediately after being granted a waiver from the NCAA, Miami announced Tuesday afternoon. “We are pleased with this ruling and appreciate the NCAA recognizing that this waiver met the criteria under the membership established guidelines,” UM Director of Athletics Blake James said in a statement. “We would like…

Miami ends disappointing season with loss to Virginia Tech
Basketball, Sports

Miami ends disappointing season with loss to Virginia Tech

The Hurricanes’ worst season under coach Jim Larrañaga came to a close on Wednesday afternoon. Miami failed to score in the first four minutes and Virginia Tech took advantage in the second round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament. The 12th-seeded Hurricanes could not overcome their slow start and fell 71-56 to the fifth-seeded Hokies…

Hurricanes fend off Demon Deacons in ACC Tournament
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Hurricanes fend off Demon Deacons in ACC Tournament

The Miami Hurricanes live to play another day in Charlotte, North Carolina. No. 12 seed Miami fought off a late second-half charge from No. 13 seed Wake Forest to emerge with a 79-71 victory in the opening round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament on Tuesday afternoon at the Spectrum Center. “March Madness. It’s win and…

Student manager Jake Yardeni is just ‘one of the guys’
Baseball, Sports

Student manager Jake Yardeni is just ‘one of the guys’

“My whole life has been encompassed in baseball. I don’t really ever leave baseball,” Yardeni said, laughing. “I eat, sleep and breathe baseball. I want to work in baseball after college because that’s the sport I can see myself working 12 to 15 hours a day. I enjoy coming out to the field every day and taking in the smells and sights of baseball.”


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