The University of Miami soccer team finished its season on Oct. 26 with a record that ranked near the bottom of the conference standings,...
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Six Miami Hurricanes competed for their countries during the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. UM alumnus Sam Dorman competed for...
The Canes women’s soccer team fought through two halves and an overtime period but could not pull away.
The women's soccer team is in search for a new head coach
Fall Olympic sport athletes have been in limbo for nearly a month since the ACC announced its 2020 football schedules. But the wait is over as the ACC announced Friday the schedules for fall Olympic sports, impacting Miami's women's soccer, volleyball and cross country programs, who are set to get their respective 2020 campaigns under way.
“Anytime you win a game, it’s a confidence booster,” head coach Sarah Barnes said after the win.
Scoring the most goals of the season with four on Sunday night, the Miami Hurricanes defeated the Florida International Panthers 4-0 for its first win of the 2020-21 season at Cobb Stadium.
The Florida State Seminoles, defending national champions, proved to be too strong for the Canes who fell in a 0-3 loss.
Coming off an upset win last Thursday against #15 Clemson, the Canes were hoping to keep the strong momentum into this match, which seemed to be the case when Miami opened with two promising advances forward.
The redshirt senior set a school record with 17 saves in a single-match. North Carolina notched 19 shots on goal, while the Miami didn't register a shot on goal.
Saturday, the ‘Canes took home their third double-overtime win of the season over Navy with Tara Schwitter’s penalty kick goal in the 102nd minute.