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FGCU tallies 18 hits, takes 12-inning thriller from Miami, 12-10

After a back-and-forth game with both offenses firing on all cylinders, a four-run 12th inning by Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) fittingly capped off a rough night for Miami on the mound. The fo...

Hurricanes advance to second round of NCAA Tournament with 3-1 win over Nor...

Miami volleyball has moved on to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after defeating No. 8-seeded Northern Iowa, 3-1.Sophomore Flormarie Heredia Colon began set one with an emphatic ace that estab...

TMH staff score predictions: Clemson

Miami is in need of a statement win against Clemson after consecutive losses to Georgia Tech and Clemson that derailed its undefeated start to the season. The Tigers, who also enter the contest with t...

Miami’s comeback attempt comes up short against Wake Forest

“We had different people stepping up, which is something to be positive about, but we had very inconsistent play throughout the game,” Miami head coach Katie Meier said. “We had three or four chances there at the end that were perfectly executed plays, but just didn’t get the calls on the road.”

‘He’s special’: Improved Tyler Van Dyke ready to take nex...

There are not many quarterbacks in college football that were as good as Miami quarterback Tyler Van Dyke was in his final six games last season. In that second-half stretch, the 6-foot-4 signal-caller threw for 2,194 yards and 20 touchdowns, tossing only three interceptions in the process. This was also Miami’s best six-game period of the year, as the Hurricanes compiled a 5-1 record.

Miami football 2022: staff record projections

Since his arrival in December 2021, Miami head football coach Mario Cristobal has brought optimism to a once-proud program in dire need of it. Throughout the spring and summer months, the Hurricanes added key players through the transfer portal, won recruiting battles against highly regarded Power Five schools and began building the foundation of a winning culture at UM. Still, Miami needs to prove itself on the field to continue this momentum.

Tight end Reid Mikeska commits to Miami

Tight end Reid Mikeska committed to Miami on Sunday night, joining recently committed Jackson Carver as the two tight ends in UM's 2023 recruiting class.

Elliot leads Ole Miss past Miami in pitcher’s duel

The Rebels were led by their pitching in their 2-1 victory against Ole Miss in the second round of regionals.

Morales powers Miami past Canisius in first round of regionals

"I'm always trying to do the best can when I go out there," Morales said. "I just try to do what I can to help my team win."

Miami drops ACC Championship opener against NC State

"This game was important. We didn't pitch well and we fell behind a lot of hitters," UM head coach Gino DiMare said. "They had a lot of free swings. I'd like to see us play better."

Luke Chaney

Luke Chaney is a sophomore from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. studying journalism and public relations. Chaney joined The Miami Hurricane in the beginning of his freshman year as a sports reporter. His favorite memory reporting on UM Athletics has been covering Miami football spring practice. In addition to his work as Sports Editor, he also writes about the Miami Dolphins for Five Reasons Sports and works as a play-by-play broadcaster at WVUM 90.5 FM. When he's not writing about sports, Chaney loves to play basketball and hang out with friends and family.