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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Tennis player aces under pressure with exceptional work ethic

Student-athletes at the University of Miami have to manage jam-packed schedules. Between classes, weight training, practices and games, they must exercise discipline on a...

Miami men’s tennis eliminated in second round of ACC Tournament against...

Miami men’s tennis (16-9, 5-7 Atlantic Coast Conference) won a thrilling match against Georgia Tech (10-13, 3-9 ACC) only a week prior. This time around, however, history would not repeat itself.

Strong Lady Canes tennis season continues

The women’s tennis team is entering the home stretch of the regular season. They are ranked No. 16 in the country and remain undefeated...

Virginia games bring Miami women’s tennis one loss, one win

During a two-match weekend, the Hurricanes walked away with a decisive 5-2 victory over UVA and a heartbreaking 4-3 loss against Virginia Tech. The first...

Richardson and Achong advance to NCAA title game

“All tournament, even if they haven’t won all of the big points, they’ve been playing the big points well,” Yaroshuk-Tews shared. “They’ve been playing the big points aggressively and, typically when you do that, it leads to good endings and good things. I think they were able to do that today. They stayed aggressive, they stayed true to their game and it worked out for them.”

UM remains unbeaten against FSU in fall competitions

“It’s awesome to get this win because you can’t downplay the rivalry Miami and Florida State have,” coach Jose “Keno” Gandara said.

Stephanie Wagner leads Canes tennis with impressive showing in the USTA/ITA...

The women’s tennis team competed in the USTA/ITA Southeast Regionals that started last Thursday and ended Monday in Athens, Georgia at the Dan Magill...

Men, women’s tennis teams start seasons

The men and women’s tennis teams kick off their seasons this Friday with events spread out all around the country. Most of the women’s team will...

Miami fights hard against No. 21 Notre Dame, falls just short...

Miami men’s tennis (12-6, 1-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) lost another tightly contested match, extending their losing streak to four matches. This latest defeat came at the hands of No. 21 Notre Dame (14-6, 4-2 ACC). The two teams battled for 3.5 hours before the Irish edged the Canes, 4-3, to claim the victory.

Soto leads team as singles player with 8-5 start

A blur of fluorescent green sneakers slides around the court, as the body that fills the shoes uncorks. “Dale!” screams Diego Soto, filling the...