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Women’s tennis sweeps weekend

The No. 26 Hurricanes Women’s tennis team (10-4) defeated the West Virginia Mountaineers 7-0, and the Boston College Eagles 6-1, on Saturday at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center. The two wins improved the Hurricanes home record to 7-0 and ended a two game losing streak from a recent road-trip to Texas. The Mountaineers (3-8) were…

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Hurricanes walk off with win over UCLA

It was not pretty, but it worked. After falling behind by six runs early on Saturday night, the Hurricanes baseball team was able to scratch and claw it’s way back as Canes’ left fielder, Jim Burt took ball four to force in the winning run in Miami’s first come from behind win when trailing after…

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Intramural Basketball Championships

Basketball Campus Championship Banditos Yanquis – 61 Pi Kappa Alpha – 59 UM’s Intramural Basketball Campus Championship game was held last Thursday night, in the Wellness Center’s Main Gym between the Greek Champions Pi Kappa Alpha and the Overall Open Men’s Champion Banditos Yanquis. The Men’s champs broke out early with a small lead, but…

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All-American Clarke continues to impress

Kareen Clarke has quietly established herself as one of University of Miami’s best track and field athletes. Clarke’s hard work and determination helped her earn her fourth All-American honors with a third place finish in the triple jump (13.54 meters) at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the University of Arkansas Tyson Track…

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Intramural Sports

Basketball Playoffs: Ashish- 44 (Co-rec Semifinals) What?!- 38 The Bucs- 52 (Co-rec Semifinals) Jenny’s Jiggers & Jugs- 42 Wahine- 30 (Women’s Independent Championship) Wifies- 17 Tri Delta- 37 (Panhellenic Championship) Delta Phi Epsilon- 18 Franchise- 58 (Men’s Quarterfinals) Ballin’ Outta Control- 37 Operation Lockdown- 76 (Men’s Quarterfinals) REPEAT- 64 Banditos Yanquis- 59 (Men’s Quarterfinals) Dirty…

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Women ousted from NIT tourney

This season, the women’s basketball team took a step in the right direction by earning a post-season berth in the NIT Tournament and getting through the first round. Miami’s season concluded with an 83-76 loss against the Houston Cougars Saturday in the 2nd round of the NIT. Senior Shelia James led the Hurricanes with 18…

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Miami baseball drops out of top 25 rankings

With the Miami Hurricanes record at 11-11 and UCLA coming to town this weekend, Head Coach Jim Morris is looking for an immediate turnaround, and he is calling on his veterans to lead the way. “Our veterans do need to step up and we need to find some leadership,” Morris said. “I can say all…

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Sports Briefs

SWIMMING AND DIVING Ten University of Miami swimmers and divers have qualified to compete in the 2002 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. The Hurricane swimmers are led by sophomore Manon van Rooijen. Van Rooijen was named 2002 Big East Most Outstanding Women’s Swimmer after shattering three Big East records at the conference championship last month….

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Starting over again

After two months of celebrating their 2001 National Championship, the 2002 season has officially arrived. On Monday, the Miami Hurricanes kicked off spring practice at the Greentree Field on campus. While many of the key non-returning players were on hand to train for the upcoming NFL Draft, 49 returning lettermen and 16 non-scholarship players worked…

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UM faces fish in wet weather

There is no better way to prepare a team for the major league baseball regular season than to play an exhibition game against the defending national college baseball champions. After dropping two of three in a tough West Coast trip last weekend, the Miami Hurricanes (9-6) returned home to play host to the Florida Marlins….

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‘Canes earn Big East honors

University of Miami senior guard John Salmons (Philadelphia, PA) and sophomore forward Darius Rice were named second-team All-Big East, while junior forward James Jones (Miami American) was named third-team All-Big East as selected by the league’s coaches. Salmons was also presented with the 2001-02 Big East Sportsmanship Award. Salmons, a two-time Big East Player of…

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SWIMMING AND DIVING UM divers Michelle Davison and Kyle Prandi have prequalified for the 2002 World Cup Trials, which will be held at Cleveland State University in Ohio on April 20-21. Davison, a senior from Columbia, S.C., was named 2002 Big East Women’s Diver of the Year on February 24. She finished fifth in the…


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