“They were heroic with their rotations. If I was a shooter, I wouldn’t want either one of these two running at me.”
“It was a special game for me, a special moment,” Cornelius said. “I wasn’t really nervous, but it was really special. I was really excited. We played well. I got to scored again. I got to pass again, run through the smoke again, this time in a jersey, not in a sweatsuit.”
“It’s awesome to get this win because you can’t downplay the rivalry Miami and Florida State have,” coach Jose “Keno” Gandara said.
“This a really good step in the right direction in terms of realizing our potential,” coach Sarah Barnes said. “Although they had good chances, I think we created really clear chances right in front of the goal.”
“The talent is there, it’s just a matter of putting it all together at the right time,” coach Patti Rizzo told hurricanesports.com. “We obviously needed a warm up, but luckily they found themselves pretty fast. I’m glad we leave again next weekend while they are hot. Very proud of them all.”
The Cardiac Canes struck again, but this time on the volleyball court at Knight Sports Complex. After dropping two of the first three sets, Miami was able to grind out a comeback to beat Boston College 3-2 Nov. 9.