The Hurricanes won both matches in four sets and have now improved to a 3-1 overall record for the season.
Miami was the underdog in the first match and narrowly escaped with a fifth-set victory to upset Georgia Tech, but the Yellow Jackets’ experience and roster depth was able to overcome an early Miami lead in the second match and hand the Hurricanes their first loss of 2020.
With a full but unstable offseason now in the rearview mirror, UM will take the 2020 season one game at a time throughout the pandemic-shortened fall.
"A lot of teams were more mature than us this year and that’s been tough.”
"We don’t have to play our best game, we just have to manage the edge and flow a little better. I thought we did that.”
For the second consecutive, match the Hurricanes found themselves fighting to overcome a rough first set but ultimately couldn’t surpass the Boston College Eagles.
A quintet of newcomers led the Miami Hurricanes to victory Friday night, overcoming a shaky first set on their way to a 3-1 (18-25, 25-12, 32-30 25-19) win over the visiting Syracuse Orange.
A summary of how UM's sports teams performed last week
Here's a summary of how UM's sports teams performed from Sept. 24-Sept. 29.
Here's a roundup of how UM sports teams performed last week.
A summary of what the volleyball, soccer and golf teams have been up to this past week.
The Miami Hurricanes hosted the Hurricane Invitational at the Knight Complex this weekend and brought the crowd to their feet on two consecutive nights for back to back wins.