Atlantic Coast Conference — Football

UM baseball team keeps rising in national rankings

A 12-game win streak and three straight sweeps of ACC opponents—the Miami baseball team is rolling. And college baseball observers are noticing. The Hurricanes, who are coming off a three-game sweep of Pittsburgh this past weekend, rose in all...

'Canes baseball team extends win streak to 12 games

CORAL GABLES—For the third straight weekend, the Hurricanes have swept a conference opponent. But Miami’s 7-2 victory over Pittsburgh on Sunday afternoon at Alex Rodriguez Park did more than give the Hurricanes another ACC win—it...

UM's Duke Johnson eager to get back on field

CORAL GABLES — Duke Johnson hasn't let himself think about that season opener at Louisville yet. There's no doubt the Miami running back has missed football while recovering from a season-ending ankle injury that left him sidelined during the...

'Canes RB Duke Johnson talks ankles, QBs, and more

Miami running back Duke Johnson, who is continuing to work back from a season-ending ankle injury, briefly spoke to reporters ahead of Miami's appearance in the Russell Athletic Bowl back in December, but Thursday he spoke at length about his injury,...

UM re-enters Baseball America's Top 25, other rankings

After Miami capped a 4-0 week by picking up its second straight sweep of an ACC opponent, the Hurricanes found themselves back in all of the major college baseball rankings. The Hurricanes, now 21-12 and 11-4 in conference play, are now ranked No. 24 in...

'Canes baseball team picks up another ACC road sweep

For the first time since joining the ACC in 2004, Miami’s baseball team has picked up back-to-back three-game road sweeps of conference opponents. The most recent came Sunday when the Hurricanes picked up a 9-2 win over Virginia Tech in...

Larrañaga, Canes look towards next season

CORAL GABLES — What a difference a year can make. This time last March, Miami coach Jim Larrañaga was watching film on Marquette, trying to prepare the No. 2-seeded Hurricanes for a Sweet 16 appearance and a run at a national championship. Monday,...

Heat can't discount draft

   The madness largely has been muted since 2003, when Pat Riley, during a workout in the midst of his coaching career, became smitten with a certain guard from Marquette while watching the NCAA Tournament on a treadmill.    Since then, the Miami Heat...

'Canes 3B David Thompson to miss Virginia series

When Miami takes the field Saturday for a three-game series against ACC rival Virginia, the Hurricanes will be without David Thompson, their top hitter. Thompson experienced swelling in his arm and underwent testing at a local hospital according to...

UM's season ends after WNIT loss to Stetson

—The last time Miami earned a berth in the Women's National Invitational Tournament, the Hurricanes put together a run that brought them to the tournament's championship game and started a stretch of five consecutive postseason appearances....

Cypress Bay catcher Olivia Gott commits to Virginia

Cypress Bay junior catcher Olivia Gott committed to attend and play softball at the University of Virginia on Wednesday. Gott helped the Lightning finish as the Class 8A state runner-up in 2013 and plays travel ball for the Gold Coast Hurricanes team...

'Canes determined to make another solid WNIT run

—As Adrienne Motley watched the bids pop up, she felt herself getting frustrated. Teams she and her Hurricanes had beaten, and others they'd nearly beat, were all heading to the NCAA Tournament while Miami wasn't. It was tough to watch, but it...

Defense physical as 'Canes return to spring practice

After an 11-day hiatus for spring break, the Hurricanes returned to practice on Tuesday and had one of their most physical sessions of the spring so far with the defense setting the tone quickly. The unit forced turnovers and made plays during goal-line...

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