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Miami sailing making its case for varsity status

Across the United States (US), there are 276 universities with a sailing program. Miami’s sailing team is climbing the ranks and currently sits in the top 25 with three national medals in the last four years.

Gallery: Miami falls to LSU in historic Elite Eight run

The University of Miami Women’s Basketball team had a historic run at this year’s March Madness tournament, making it all the way to the Elite Eight for the first time in program history. The 'Canes started the tournament as a ninth-seeded team, but still managed to knock off top-seeded Indiana, pull off a 17-point comeback against Oklahoma, and top Villanova in the final seconds of the Sweet Sixteen. They met their match when they faced off against the LSU Lady Tigers where they lost 54-42, with LSU going on to ultimately win the tournament. The ‘Canes left Greenville with their heads held high, knowing there are big things to come for Miami Basketball. Here are some of the best photos from the historic game, taken by The Miami Hurricane Photo Team.

Gallery: ‘Canes women’s basketball dances past the Wildcats

The 'Canes women's basketball defeated Villanova to advance to their first ever Elite Eight on Friday, Mar. 24. It was a rollercoaster of a game; Miami was up by 21 after the half, and then they were down with less than 40 seconds on the clock. The team was strategic and precise, ultimately defeating the Wildcats to continue dancing at the Bon Secours Arena in Greenville, S.C. Here are some of the best photos from the action, taken by The Miami Hurricane Photo Team.

The dance continues: Miami WBB advances to first-ever Elite Eight after win...

They were up 21 points at the start of the third, then they were down with less than a minute on the clock. Sophomore guard Jasmyne Roberts sank a floater, got fouled, and then hit two free throws to bring the ninth-seeded Miami Hurricanes back into the lead against fourth-seeded Villanova with 37 seconds left on the clock.

Miami WBB faces LSU in first-ever Elite Eight appearance

They’re dancing and advancing. The Miami Hurricanes are elite. March 26 will be the first time in program history that Miami women’s basketball will play in the Elite Eight. At 7 p.m., the ninth-seeded ‘Canes will face off against third-seeded LSU at the Bon Secours Arena for a spot in the Final Four in Dallas next weekend.

Track and Field impresses at Hurricane Collegiate Invitational

The University of Miami track and field team won’t stop getting better, continuing to land on top of the podium and post personal bests.

Miami WBB falls to LSU in Elite Eight after historic tournament run

Miami fought with blood, sweat and tears, but its first appearance in the Elite Eight was not enough to keep its historic streak going to the Final Four in Dallas next weekend. The third-seeded Louisiana State University (LSU) Tigers took down the No. 9 Hurricanes, 54-42, in the Bon Secours Wellness Arena on Sunday, March 26.

Miami women’s swim and dive finishes 22nd at NCAA Championships

The University of Miami’s women’s swim and dive team officially wrapped up its season with stellar performances at the NCAA Championships, landing at 22nd in the nation and bringing home a third place finish by reigning NCAA champion Mia Vallée in the 1-meter.

Miami rowing records first place finishes against multiple opponents

Hurricanes rowing stayed busy during Miami’s spring break, bringing home a bucket of first-place finishes across a home race and regatta in Jacksonville, Fla.

Hebron sets national record as ‘Canes dominate Hurricane Invitational...

Coming off of a podium-ridden indoor track and field season, ‘Canes freshman Sanaa Hebron starred in the season opener for Miami’s 2023 outdoor season by becoming the fastest woman in the United States to run the 400m hurdles at the Hurricane Invitational.

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