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June 18 , 2024

Legacy of boxing glory days revived

There’s a gym in downtown Miami that holds a missing piece of Hurricane sports history. Take a step inside on any given day and you’ll find Mickey Demos Jr. leading a class of amateur boxers li...

Long journey brings Rincon to the Canes’ court

When Mario Rincon was growing up in the small town of Duitama, Columbia, he and all of his friends played soccer. That was the game. That was the sport. Until the day that Mario’s father, chann...

Salas dominates with 10 strikeouts in win over FAU

The University of Miami baseball team came into Tuesday night’s matchup against Florida Atlantic University needing a win in the worst way. The previous weekend saw the Hurricanes lose three straight games to in-state rival Florida State up in Tallahassee, causing Miami to plummet in the polls.

Baseball team swept by FSU

Miami nearly avoided a sweep at the hands of Florida State this past weekend, but EJ Encinosa couldn’t extend Sunday’s game past the 10th inning. With the game tied at 7-7 in the bottom of the 10th...

Long ball, strong pitching lift Canes over Stetson

After a rough weekend that saw Miami lose its second ACC series of the season and its best hitter, Peter O’Brien, to a broken wrist, the twelfth ranked Hurricanes baseball team responded with a 3-2 victory over Stetson.

Spring game offers final hurrah for senior tailgaters

The four seniors, dressed head to toe in University of Miami football apparel, walked inside the gigantic supermarket in search of the outdoors section. They opted for the 88-cent rain jackets over the three dollar ones.

Offense continues to struggle as Canes fall to Knights 4-1

Javi Salas pitched well in the first start of his college career, but Miami’s offense just couldn’t come through for the sophomore. The No. 13 Hurricanes lost 4-1 to Central Florida on Wednesday ni...

O’Brien goes off in 11-4 win over St. Thomas

O’Brien went two for three in Miami’s 11-4 victory over the St. Thomas Bobcats on Wednesday night, improving his batting average to .398 and his on-base percentage to .495. Now nearly halfway through the season, O’Brien, originally from Miami, leads the Hurricanes in homeruns, RBIs and is clearly the team’s MVP.

Canes fall to Marlins, defeat Redhawks in week of walk-offs

The Hurricanes helped the Miami Marlins open up their new downtown ballpark in an exhibition game Tuesday night, and then welcomed Miami (OH) University to Alex Rodriguez Park on Wednesday.

Gators sweep Canes in season’s first losses

Unfortunately for the Hurricanes and their fans, the weekend brought much of the same. Miami was swept by Florida and has now lost 11 straight games to its in-state rival dating back to the 2010 season.

Adam Berger

Staff Sports Writer