Gamarra anticipates successful season

It has been a long road to success for Columbian native and star volleyball player Marcela Gamarra. Now, in her senior season, she has a chance to lead the ‘Canes pursuit of a Big East championship. “My expectations are to lead the team and to get into the playoffs, and hopefully win the Big East…


Sports Briefs

Intramural Reminders Pre-Season Flag Football Tournament Deadline is Friday, September 13 @ 5pm. Tournament is Sunday, Sept. 15 @ 10am. More info: Jason Carroll 305-284-8518. Hoop Fest Free food and drinks, free prizes and giveaways, and $1,000 to the winners is sure to make the University of Miami/Best of Campus Homecoming Hoopfest an event not…


Sievers a true warrior on and off the field

When Todd Sievers lined up for a 53-yard field goal against Florida last Saturday the last thing on his mind was that he basically clinched the game for the Hurricanes. Well he almost did. Since the 1983 season, the Miami Hurricanes have won 92 percent of the time when they score first. He was aware…


‘Canes final visit to Philly

After their 41-16 disposing of Florida at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, the top-ranked Miami Hurricanes made their statement to the rest of the college football world: They are still the team to beat. However, if Miami wants to continue their championship form, they must avoid a letdown of sorts. Tomorrow afternoon’s contest at…


Top 25 Poll

1. The University of Miami 2. Texas 3. Oklahoma 4. Tennessee 5. FSU 6. Ohio State 7. Virginia Tech 8. Nebraska 9. Washington State 10. Michigan 11. Oregon 12. Washington 13. Michigan State 14. Florida 15. Georgia 16. Marshall 17. Colorado 18. Wisconsin 19. USC 20. NC State 21. Texas A&M 22. Notre Dame 23….


A split decision in Tallahassee

The No. 23rd ranked University of Miami women’s soccer team shut out Louisiana State, 1-0, Friday afternoon in the Seminole Invitational in Tallahassee, Fla. The Hurricanes (3-0-0) moved into the Soccer Buzz top 25 ranked No. 23 in the nation and fourth in the Southeast Region. Junior Allison McWhinney scored the game-winning goal for UM…


Gamarra, Tipiana help keep ‘Canes streak intact

The Miami Hurricanes women’s volleyball team (7-0) captured the Hurricane Invitational on Sunday, defeating the Fordham Rams, 3-0 at the Knight Sports Complex. The win extended Miami’s winning streak to eighteen, including seven in a row to start the season. The Hurricanes, who entered the tournament ranked No. 1 in the Big East, did not…


Introducing the NCAA ‘s no-name defense

Entering the final week before the Miami-Florida matchup, fans and the national media alike chose to place the spotlight on three issues. First, would Ron Zook break out of Steve Spurrier’s shadow? Second, how will the Hurricanes be able to play 60 minutes of solid football contending with the noise of 85,000 fans at Ben…


Secondary shuts down Grossman

All eyes were on Florida Quarterback Rex Grossman. Unfortunately for the Gators, Maurice Sikes’ were also. With the ‘Canes struggling to hold on to a 27-16 lead late in the third quarter, the Gators drove 88 yards to the Miami 5-yard line. Grossman, a leading candidate to win the Heisman Trophy this year, set up…


All questions are answered in Gainesville

There was a lack of the Gator chomp in the Swamp. The top ranked and pre-game underdog Miami Hurricanes stormed passed the Florida Gators in dominating fashion 41-16 on Saturday. The ‘Canes left the Swamp just as they came in – ranked No. 1 in the state and most importantly, the nation. Miami extended the…


Miami Report Car

Offense: A- The offense piled up 504 total yards. The rushing attack could not be contained and Dorsey threw four touchdown strikes. Quarterback: B- Dorsey did throw three interceptions, including one for a Florida touchdown, but he also connected on four touchdown strikes and completed passes to seven different Hurricanes. Running Backs: A+ Willis McGahee…

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