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Friday, January 28, 2022

Miami men’s basketball falls 73-68 to Virginia in ACC Tournament semifinals

WASHINGTON D.C. -- It was a valiant effort, but it was too little too late for the Hurricanes, who fell to the Virginia Cavaliers...

Hurricanes collect 18 hits on Sunday, sweep Pitt in opening weekend...

The Canes improve to 11-4 and 3-0 in conference on the year. They also earned a sweep in their opening conference series for the first time since 2014.

Sports Roundup: football, soccer, volleyball, tennis

Football The team is on a bye week after an impressive 3-0 start to the season. The Canes have defeated FAMU, FAU and Appalachian State...

Hostile Grounds

Eagles not scared of Hurricanes In 1984 Boston College defeated Miami in one of the greatest college football games ever played. The game, coined...

Hurricanes gear for Louisville rematch

Miami and Louisville will go head to head Sept. 1 as both teams begin their seasons with new quarterbacks.  Canes head coach, Al Golden, announced...

Hurricanes remain inconsistent between halves

The Miami Hurricanes continued their up-and-down season on Saturday, falling 71-66 on the road to the No. 4 Louisville Cardinals to return to .500...

FOOTBALL REPORT CARD: MIAMI VS GA TECH

Quarterbacks: C Kyle Wright went 20 for 31 with one interception. He threw 246 yards and one touchdown. Wright's lack of an offensive line severely...

Volleyball back in action

Head Coach Nicole Lantagne guided a young Miami team to a 17-7 overall record last season in the University's first year of volleyball since...

UM soccer splits weekend league contests

With as much hype as there was following Hurricane soccer star Britney Butcher's record-breaking game against Seton Hall on Friday, it didn't prove enough...

Duke overwhelms Miami, Canes fall 95-62 at home

As a team, Miami shot 39.7 percent from field goal range and 16.7 percent from three point range. Miami did not make a single 3-point shot in the second half.

Veteran leadership and new talent: Miami men’s and women’s basketball preview

In the past few years, Miami’s men’s and women’s basketball programs demonstrated promise to compete in the very talented Atlantic Coast Conference, but for both teams, the hunt for a return to the NCAA tournament still looms.