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UM finally triumphs

Despite a 10-1 loss on Sunday afternoon at the hands of the Long Beach State 49ers, the Miami Baseball team has to be happy with wins on Friday and Saturday night at Mark Light Stadium. The two victories gave the Hurricanes their first weekend series win since they swept UCLA March 23-25. “We would have…

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Women’s tennis captures Big East tourney title

Bittersweet revenge and individual awards highlighted the Miami women’s tennis Big East title on Sunday. The Hurricanes won the Big East championship in a 4-1 upset over Notre Dame, who beat UM 4-3 in South Bend two weeks ago. The ‘Canes dropped the doubles point, which is not unusual for this team, as they have…

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Men’s tennis defeated in final

The men’s tennis team’s Cinderella run through the Big East Championship came to a screeching halt Sunday against the No. 1 seed Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. The men started off the championship quest the right way by dominating West Virginia in a 4-0 decision in the first round on Friday. Then, they advanced to…

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Williams eager to improve

Freshman Lauryn Williams has done more than just make her mark on the Miami Hurricanes this season. However, that has not stopped Williams from drawing out improved plans for the future. With her first year winding down, Williams is set to compete in the Penn Relays this weekend, in Philadelphia. The 100-meter specialist will continue…

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UM football sets records

The University of Miami football team set new records for NFL draft picks in a single season and in consecutive years. The ‘Canes had 11 players drafted, the most ever by a school since the NFL draft went to a seven round format in 1994. Five Hurricanes – offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie (7, Minnesota Vikings),…

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‘Canes roller hockey club a sweet success

The University of Miami roller hockey club has competed for four seasons in the Collegiate Roller Hockey League (CRHL) Southern division of the Southeast region. The UM team competes as a division II school in this league and in its fourth season, it finished with a 13-11 record, its best mark to date. Their record…

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Intramural Scoreboard

SOFTBALL Sunday 4/14 Base Pairs- 22 BCM- 5 UMSM- 17 Base Pairs- 6 Absolute Zero- 5 What?!- 1 What?!- 11 Hui Aloha- 7 UMSM Men- 10 Foul Balls- 3 We’re Arrogant- 4 Axis of Evil- 2 Superfly- 12 Rednecks- 4 Axis of Evil- 10 Foul Balls- 2 We’re Arrogant- 9 Superfly- 0 Rednecks- 9 UMSM…

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Sports Briefs

FOOTBALL The 2002 NFL Draft takes place tomorrow and Sunday in New York. Pro football’s newest franchise, the Houston Texans, hold the first pick and are expected to take Fresno State quarterback David Carr. Several Hurricanes, meanwhile, are expected to hear their names called during the two day festivities. ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper Jr,…

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Weekend series to control UM’s fate

After getting swept by Florida State and having a ranked opponent come to Coral Gables this weekend, one might be inclined to think that the Miami Hurricanes would start looking towards next year. The team, however, is doing just the opposite. The Hurricanes welcome No. 13 Long Beach State (24-10) to Mark Light Stadium for…

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UM hosts Big East tourney

The men’s and women’s tennis teams hope home court advantage will bring good fortune this weekend as the Big East Conference Tennis Championship comes to the Neil Schiff Tennis Center. The Hurricane men’s team has earned a No. 3 seed in the tournament, while the women will have a first round bye as a No….

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Sports Briefs

FOOTBALL The Charlotte Touchdown Club and the Football Writers Association of America have announced the 2002 watch list of candidates for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, awarded annually to the nation’s top defensive college player, and three members of the Miami Hurricanes defense are among the 64 players listed. Defensive tackle William Joseph, defensive end Jerome…

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Seminoles sweep past Hurricanes

The last time the University of Miami Men’s baseball team lost five out of six games in a season series to the Florida State Seminoles was in 1991. The last time the team was at .500 this late in the season was in 1966. That is exactly how it has played out this season for…


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