UF 6, UM 4
Any brooms brought to Alex Rodriguez Park on Sunday by zealous Miami Hurricanes fans were likely hidden under their seats midway through the first inning.
UM MEN 69, BOSTON COLLEGE 42
So much for that little problem they had winning ACC games at home.
UM women 72, Wake Forest 64
Adrienne Motley scored 15 points and the University of Miami pulled away from Wake Forest in the second half en route to a 72-64 win at the BankUnited Center on Sunday afternoon.
Although the University of Miami football team missed out on several big-name recruits at the end of the Class of 2014 recruiting cycle, the Hurricanes are well on their way to contending for a top-10 recruiting class for the second year in a row.
FIU baseball 6, Stony Brook 2
Friday night against Stony Brook, FIU did what it had done each of the first five games score early and win by doing what it hadnt done in the first five games: hit home runs.
UM baseball 6, UF 4
University of Miamis offense wakes up in Hurricanes baseball win over University of Florida Gators
The Miami Hurricanes had suffered at the hands of the Florida Gators continually at one point continuously going back as far as the 2009 postseason. But Friday, the No. 16 Canes exorcised their offensive demons to claim a 6-4 victory over UF.
University of Miami athletic department looking into possible secondary NCAA rule violation by football team
The University of Miami is investigating whether the football program committed a secondary NCAA rule violation, athletic director Blake James said Friday night.
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Albrey Grimsley helps St. Thomas rebound; Manu Lecomte following a pattern; Deric Hill breaks Barry record; FIU softball off to hot start
Source: Miami Hurricanes coaches brought recruit to UM practice to meet with players who would show him around campus
More details about UM’s potential secondary NCAA violation came to light Saturday when the Miami Herald learned that two assistant football coaches were at Friday night’s informal practice because they were accompanying a recruit to meet with some UM players.
UM | vs. UF, friday-sunday
Tyler Palmer wore Gator blue and orange before he wore Canes green and orange, but he was always a Canes fan ever since he played shortstop in Little League and was a Hurricanes baseball buddy standing next to his favorite, Javy Rodriguez, or some other Hurricane during the national anthem at Mark Light Field.
Syracuse 69, UM women 48
The Miami Hurricanes schedule in womens basketball isnt easy, but it has gotten easier, according to the national rankings.
um men 71, notre dame 64
Coming off its worst shooting performance of the season, the University of Miami rediscovered its stroke and its winning ways at home in the Atlantic Coast Conference Wednesday night against Notre Dame.
WINTER OLYMPICS | BOBSLED
Former UM track star Lauryn Williams made Canes fans around the world proud Wednesday with an Olympic silver medal in bobsledding.
Luis Brande, who is grappling with Lou Gehrig’s Disease, threw the first pitch at the Hurricanes’ game Saturday — to a standingovation.
Notre Dame at UM men, 9 p.m.
Between dealing with the fallout of an NCAA probe, the highs of a run to an ACC title and the Sweet 16, and now a roster overhaul thanks to big time departures, transfers and injuries, coach Jim Larrañaga on Monday referred to his first three seasons at the University of Miami as the most variety of challenges hes ever faced as a coach.
The Miami Hurricanes, who moved up to No. 11 in the Collegiate Baseball rankings this week and stayed at No. 16 in the Baseball America poll and No. 17 in the USA Today coaches poll, will host local rival Florida Atlantic at 6 p.m. Wednesday in their first mid-week game of 2014.
Former FIU pitcher Dennis Wiseman, a registered sex offender, received the honor of throwing out the first pitch for the Panthers’ opener on Saturday afternoon.
UM baseball 11, Maine 2
The Miami Hurricanes finally broke out their bats in an 11-2 victory over Maine on Sunday, taking their first series of 2014.
FIU baseball 5, Rutgers 4
Zach Sweety and Josh Anderson pulled off a double steal that gave FIU the lead in a 5-4 win that finished a four-game sweep at FIU Baseball Stadium.
FIU 13-5, Rutgers 1-0
The method to FIU taking a doubleheader from Rutgers on Saturday couldn’t have been simpler: knock the Scarlet Knights down with early hitting, then keep them down with solid pitching and defense.
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