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Men’s tennis falls to state rival

The No.40 Hurricane men’s tennis team (8-8) lost to state rival, No.34 University of South Florida (13-3) 4-3, on Saturday at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center. The Hurricanes, who were ranked as high as No.18 in the season, are now at risk of being shunned from NCAA postseason tournament play. “With as many losses as…

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Fans get glimpse of 2002 ‘Canes

Fans got a preview of the 2002 defending champion Miami football team Saturday, as the Hurricanes ended spring practice with a full-scale scrimmage at the Orange Bowl highlighted by a strong defensive effort and an efficient passing game. The offense outscored the defense, 35-16, in front of 14,432 fans at Fox SportsNet’s Canes Fest. “As…

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Intramural Sports

Hoops for Hunger 3-on-3 Tournament: Champions – Blue Devils = Jason Esteves, Robert Bolden, and Jeff Meredith Softball: ZBT- 17 Sigma Chi- 16 AE Pi- 14 Sammy- 2 Alpha Sig- 6 Phi Delta- 5 Insomniacs- 9 SECS- 3 Master Batters- 14 86ers- 6 Fully Staffed- 11 The Rat- 6 Base Pairs- 18 BCM- 5 Absolute…

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‘Canes ready for home stretch

After dropping two out of the three to the Elon Phoenix last weekend, the Miami Hurricanes will look to rebound with a huge series against the Florida State Seminoles this weekend. The Hurricanes (17-13) lost the first two games of the Elon series, 3-2 and 11-8 respectively, and were trailing heading into the bottom of…

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Lengyel wins NCAA title

The University of Miami can add another national championship to its list of recent success. Well they sort of can, as this title is an individual one. Senior diver Imre Lengyel can stand tall along with the championship UM football and baseball teams, as he captured first place in platform diving at the NCAA Men’s…

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Rowing team led by youth

Liz Miller is one of nine talented freshmen who look to anchor the 2002 Hurricanes rowing team. So far, Miami has participated in two matches, finishing second to Syracuse on Mar. 17, and defeating UCF, West Virginia, and Connecticut on Mar. 24. The Miami Hurricane caught up with Liz to talk about her past achievements…

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WOMEN’S TENNIS The No. 26-ranked Miami women’s tennis team remains undefeated at home beating visiting Central Florida, 6-1, Sunday afternoon at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center. The Hurricanes improve to 11-4 overall and 8-0 at home, while the Golden Knights fall to 7-9 overall. UM swept the doubles point winning all three doubles matches. The…

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UM baseball wins fifth in a row

After a rain soaked one hour and 35 minute delay, the Miami Hurricane baseball team took the field against Northwestern in an affair which saw the ‘Canes come from behind to beat the Wildcats 5-3 on Tuesday night in front of a die hard crowd at Mark Light Stadium. Since the season began, UM senior…

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Men’s tennis triumphs over ranked opponent

History has a funny way of repeating itself in the sporting world, and for Tarik El Bassiouni, history repeated itself much sooner than he anticipated. On Monday, El Bassiouni won the deciding match for the second consecutive day, leading the No. 38 Miami Hurricanes to a 4-3 upset over No. 29 Middle Tennessee at the…

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Roberson returns to form after two year recovery

Hurricanes’ pitcher Troy Roberson has started seven games this season after missing almost two full seasons due to Tommy John surgery. The Hurricanes junior from King’s Academy high school is now focused on staying healthy and being better than ever. In 2000, Troy had seven total appearances where he posted a 2-0 record and a…

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SWIMMING AND DIVING The University of Miami placed swimmer Manon Van Rooijen and divers Michelle Davidson and Katie Beth Bryant on the Women’s All America Swimming & Diving Team for the 2001-2002 season. Van Rooijen, the 2002 Big East Outstanding Women’s Swimmer, placed sixth in both the 100- and 200-yard freestyle events at the championship…

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‘Canes top returning rusher hurt

The Miami Hurricane football team suffered a huge loss in spring practices when running back Frank Gore suffered cartilage and ligament damage to his right knee. Gore, a freshman who rushed for 562 yards last season and 9.1 yards per carry, had successful surgery Friday to repair his knee. Originally he was thought to be…


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