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Sunday, October 2, 2022

Hurricanes continue unbeaten start with victory over Ospreys

“We definitely came into the season wanting to press higher up the field and turn teams over more often,” Miami head coach Sarah Barnes said to Miami Athletics. “That was great execution of what we’ve been working on.”

Miami still unbeaten after scoreless draw against FAU

“Front to back, I thought we defended well,” Miami head coach Sarah Barnes said. “Every single person who came into the game gave us good moments. We can always get better, but there are a lot of positives to take away against an aggressive offensive team. For us, it’s about raising our level on the offensive end, getting more production.”

Canes score first victory of season vs. Alabama

“The team was really tough,” Miami head coach Sarah Barnes said. “We talked for a long time about being relentless and I thought the effort and energy from every person on the team made the difference today.”

Miami draws Mississippi State in season opener

“Personally, I want to be the top goalkeepers in the ACC and build upon what I did last year to help this team win as many games as possible,” Dagenais told miamihurricanes.com before the match.

Outplayed and outclassed Hurricanes allow six first half goals, fall 6-1...

The Cavaliers opened the tally in the second minute as forward Haley Hopkins scored her seventh goal of the season; she added her eighth in the 21st minute.

Miami implodes in Blacksburg, falls to Virginia Tech in 5-0 defeat

Miami held a sense of optimism heading into its Thursday matchup on the road at Virginia Tech, yet fell to Virginia Tech, 5-0.

Canes fall to Clemson on late goal in shutout home loss

Miami goalkeeper Melissa Dagenais continues to excel. Jumping through the air, booting balls far downfield and diving left and right, the 6-foot-1 junior put on a clinic Saturday night, posting seven saves on eight Clemson shots.

Hurricanes unravel in second half, fall 4-1 to No. 1 Seminoles

Behind five saves from goalkeeper Melissa Dagenais, who totaled a career-high 14 saves, the Hurricanes were able to hold No. Florida State scoreless in the first half on Saturday.

Women’s soccer heartbroken again in extra time

But aside from perseverance, the Hurricanes’ inability to score more than one goal in regulation and Wake Forest’s extra time heroics ultimately sunk Miami in a rainy match that included 33 combined shots.

Canes soar past Eagles as time expires

It looked as if Miami was heading to overtime for the fourth time this season. Redshirt sophomore Jackie Koerwitz had other plans.

Miami soccer ends homestand with 2-0 loss

Each team entered halftime without a goal scored, until a 51st minute goal broke the stalemate at Cobb Stadium. Pittsburgh (8-3, 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) relied on seven shots on goal to sink Miami (3-6, 0-3 ACC) for a fourth straight loss on Sunday.

Heartbroken Hurricanes unable to hold off Louisville late

Miami stood seven minutes from a one-goal win to begin Atlantic Coast Conference competition on Friday, but instead allowed two late goals in a devastating 3-2 defeat against Louisville in 105 minutes of play.