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February 29 , 2024

Canes prepared for top-10 series matchup with Virginia

Miami (23-6, 10-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) comes into its next ACC series after cruising to a 17-1 victory against Florida International on Wednesday.

Column: Miami will face difficult transition moving into offseason

After a bittersweet run comes to an end for the Hurricanes, a difficult transition may be around the corner as the team will be in for some massive changes heading into next year.

Miami routs Duke for first back-to-back ACC series sweeps since 2018

The No. 17 Hurricanes (21-6, 10-2 ACC) swept the ranked North Carolina Tar Heels last weekend to begin their back-to-back conference sweeps for the first time in four years, and have now won eight games in a row.

Canes score 10 runs in third inning, cruise for fifth straight win

After a 3-2 victory in a 14-inning game on Sunday, the Miami Hurricanes’ offense returned to life on the other side of the state of Florida.

Takeaways from Miami’s Sweet 16 win over Iowa State

There are only eight teams left in the NCAA Tournament and the Miami Hurricanes are one of them, despite being projected to finish 12th in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Five questions to watch throughout the remainder of Miami football’s ...

An immense deal of expectation and excitement lies around Miami football as it closes its third week of spring practice. Multiple leftover storylines from last season have carried into the program’s offseason, given how the Hurricanes plan to reshape their defense and continue to establish more consistency on the offensive side.

Canes primed to open ACC slate against Boston College

While the sting of last weekend’s series loss to rival Florida still looms, the lights will once again illuminate at Mark Light Field as Miami baseball kicks off a three-game series against Boston College Friday at 7 p.m.

4-star offensive lineman Antonio Tripp Jr. commits to Miami

This whole thing shut down. 171% committed to THE University of Miami,” Tripp wrote in a Twitter post.

No. 22 Miami set to host No. 14 Florida in three-game rivalry series

“First of all, we know it’s going to be a packed house, it should be a packed house, sold out crowds every game,” DiMare said. “It’s always a great rivalry playing those guys and it’s a great opportunity for our players early in the season to play a team that’s ranked higher than us … You want to make sure the guys are calm and they’re going to be juiced up. Everybody’s going to be jacked up in the fact that it’s [an in-state] rival and ranked teams, which there normally are. It’s a big series.”

‘We’re going to go in as one of the hotter teams’: Miami ...

Miami took down the Clemson Tigers in a blowout win on Sunday. The team enters the ACC Tournament as the No. 7 seed and is scheduled to play Duke or Pittsburgh Thursday at 6 p.m.

Patrick Mccoll