After a disappointing 2-4 start to their season, the Miami Hurricanes have bounced back, defeating two ranked opponents on their way to what is now a three-game winning streak.
Miami men’s basketball added a fourth piece to its already loaded 2022 recruiting class on Wednesday, as the team announced the signing of Favour Aire, a 6-foot-11 forward/center from Forestville, Maryland.
For decades, the Miami Hurricanes and Florida State Seminoles have had one of the most distinguished rivalries in all of college football. From blown leads and miraculous comebacks to tightly-contested duels on the gridiron, history has proven time and time again that any match between the two programs is bound to be a blockbuster.
Guard Kameron McGusty produced 20 points, 10 rebounds and four assists, forward Anthony Walker added 14 points and three blocks off the bench, and Miami beat Canisius, 77-67, on Tuesday night in its season opener.
For most of the night, it appeared that the Hurricanes were going to make their historical opener relatively stress-free.
"To have the most anything in school history as a coach, then you've got the most support and somebody's behind the scenes when you're not in the room making big-time decisions to keep you around or to give you what you think you need to sustain a program,” Meier said after the game.
This season, the Hurricanes welcome two fresh faces to the point guard room – transfer Charlie Moore and four-star freshman Bensley Joseph, both traditional point guards, who will look to take control of the team and lead them to their first NCAA tournament appearance since 2018.
Miami women’s swimming & diving traveled to the Keating Aquatics Center in Cincinnati prepared to compete against Louisville and Notre Dame Friday, but instead faced Cincinnati.
In the past few years, Miami’s men’s and women’s basketball programs demonstrated promise to compete in the very talented Atlantic Coast Conference, but for both teams, the hunt for a return to the NCAA tournament still looms.
What started as a dominating performance from the Miami Hurricanes ended as a nail-biting finish against Atlantic Coast Conference opponent Georgia Tech.
After two consecutive victories against ranked opponents, Miami (4-4, 2-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) has a prime opportunity against Georgia Tech (3-5, 2-4 ACC) to improve to a winning record for the first time this season.
Miami baseball released its full 2022 season schedule on Monday, revealing four non-conference home series, six different midweek opponents, and 10 conference series ranging from February into late May.