Sophomores Isaiah Wong and Anthony Walker combined for 43 points as the Miami Hurricanes men’s basketball team won their final non-conference matchup on the season against Jacksonville, 73-64, on Saturday afternoon at the Watsco Center
Garcia, at 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds, is the No. 2 rated pocket passer in the nation in the class of 2021 and the No. 18 overall ranked prospect in the ESPN 300.
The final box displayed an astounding 778-314 yardage advantage for the Tar Heels and a jaw-dropping 554-75 rushing yard differential in favor of UNC.
The Miami Hurricanes women’s basketball team suffered their first loss of the season Thursday night, when the Canes fell 69-58, to the No. 20/18 Syracuse Orange.
“That was the tale of two halves,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said after the game. “The first half offensively we were totally out of sync. In the second half, we did a much better job sharing the ball, finding the open man, and getting some good looks.”
It was a frustrating few weeks for Miami, but they are back and better than ever this season after a 48-0 win at Duke. The margin of victory was the largest for the Canes in a conference game since joining the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2004.
Dominating in every aspect of the game, Miami steamrolled the Blue Devils 48-0 in Durham, North Carolina in its first game since Nov. 14.
Sophomore guard Isaiah Wong recorded his second career double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds through 31 minutes of action as the Hurricanes men’s basketball team defeated Stetson 82-60 on Friday night at home.
After a 20-day hiatus from football, the No. 10 ranked Miami Hurricanes will finally return to the field tonight.