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McKinnie keeps Freeney in check

Bryant McKinnie was warned all week long about Syracuse’s highly touted Dwight Freeney and his 16 1/2 sacks. But when the two projected NFL linemen battled each other on Saturday, it was Freeney who was admiring his opponent. “In the middle of the game one time he tried a little spin move that I had…

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Lady Canes fall to Georgia in first round of NCAA Tournament

The Miami soccer team fell short, falling 5-2 to Georgia in the first round of the NCAA tournament Friday afternoon at the Percy Beard Stadium in Gainesville. The Hurricanes wrap up the 2001 season with an overall mark of 10-9-1, while the Bulldogs improve to 13-5-1 overall. “We started the match very strong and played…

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Women’s basketball defeats Iona

Sophomore guard Hutashi Wilson scored a career-high 16 points to lead Miami to a 71-52 victory over visiting Iona in its season opener Sunday afternoon. The Hurricanes improve to 1-0 on the season, while the Gaels fall to 0-2. Wilson also pulled down a career-high seven rebounds and three steals in the winning effort. Miami…

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UM v. SU for Big East Title

After narrowly escaping the first obstacle in their quest to Pasadena, the Hurricanes will host No. 14 Syracuse tomorrow in a contest that will decide the Big East title as well as Miami’s national championship aspirations. The Hurricanes enter Saturday with a nation best 18-game win streak. Last weekend at Chestnut Hill, Mass., Miami needed…

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November 13, 2001

November 13, 2001 Dear University of Miami Students, The time is now for all of us to pull together and make this University proud of its winning athletic programs. The Hurricanes are bowl bound, but its still a tough road ahead with Syracuse this weekend and Washington next weekend. We are asking for the support…

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Intramurals

Flag Football Playoffs Men’s Independent Championship: Outkast- 22 America’s Pastime- 21 In the Intramural Championship for the Men’s Open Division, in a game that pitted the top 2 seeds, America’s Pastime and Outkast, against each other, it was only fitting that the season came down to the last play of the game in overtime. After…

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Miami v.s. Syracuse 3:30 P.M. on ABC

Miami Quarterbacks: Ken Dorsey had the worst game of his career last week at Boston College. On that note, look for him to bounce right back and have a productive game against the Orangemen. Running Backs: Clinton Portis was a workhorse last week, rushing for 165 yards on 36 carries. Willis McGahee looks to return…

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Sports Briefs

VOLLEYBALL Marcella Gamarra put an exclamation mark on the end of the 2001 volleyball season for Miami with a blistering kill and the Hurricanes finished on an 11-match win streak with a 3-0 sweep of St. Thomas (30-15, 30-28 & 30-27) on Tuesday evening in Opa Locka. The Hurricanes, completing the first season of volleyball…

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‘Canes strength tested early

After an offseason full of changes and a rough start in Big East play, Hurricanes coach Perry Clark’s ability to lead Miami to a 16-13 record and an NIT berth was looked upon rather favorably. With a full roster intact this season, however, the same result will not be as acceptable. The Hurricanes enter the…

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Men’s basketball preview

Rafael Berumen (12) F/C, 6-9, Junior, Los Angeles City College Last Year: Berumen led L.A. City College to a 32-4 record by averaging 18 points and nine rebounds per game. Berumen’s stellar play earned him an All-South Coast Conference selection. This Year: Along with Will Frisby, Berumen will add a lot of much needed depth…

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Injuries won’s hamper team

To prevent another underachieving season, University of Miami women’s basketball head coach Ferne Labati has recruited several talented freshmen that will be thrown into this year’s mix. The Hurricanes are coming off a 13-15 record and an eighth place finish in the Big East. Miami returns four starters and nine players from last season, and…

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Title hopes stay alive

Larry Coker wasn’t concerned with how his Hurricanes did it – he was just happy to leave Boston with a victory. Unfortunately for Miami, other coaches around the nation didn’t see it the same way. A day after the Hurricanes held on in the final minute for an 18-7 win over Boston College, they couldn’t…


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