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February 29 , 2024

Over the hump: Canes discover seedings and locations on Selection Sunday

“The U is back … back in the big dance,” men’s basketball coach Jim Larrañaga said after the team’s viewing of the NCAA’s Selection Sunday show.

Unable to rally late for ACC Tournament title, Miami falls to ‘champi...

“They had a couple of amazing runs fueled by the crowd, fueled by emotion, and frankly our emotional fuel tank was a little empty on the fourth day,” Miami coach Katie Meier said. “If you're ever going to have an empty fuel tank, I think it is on the fourth day after playing three amazing teams to get here and then playing the best team in the conference on the last day and asking your kids to defend their brains out.”

Miami holds off No. 20 Notre Dame for spot in first-ever ACC championship g...

"I thought it was a great representation of what college athletics is supposed to be,” Miami coach Katie Meier said. You're supposed to be a high-level character, high-character individual to represent this amazing conference on a stage like that. Your coaching staff is supposed to play by the rules, do things the right way, encourage your players, and lift people up and both staffs do that."

Defensive errors haunt Miami in 8-1 loss to Florida

“We didn’t play defense, that’s what hurt us tonight,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said. “If we played defense, it should have been a 1-0 game going into the ninth and we’re bringing in our closer. But it didn’t work out that way, we didn’t play the defense we needed to.”

Jim Larrañaga earns 221st win for most in Miami men’s basketball...

“I don’t get emotional about anything individually. My whole goal has always been about the team,” Larrañaga said. “Individual honors are nice—they recognize people—but the most important thing for a coach is for the team to do well, for the players to win and feel good about themselves.”

Ligon dazzles in first start, Miami pounds Florida Atlantic 9-1

“Midweek games can always kind of bite you,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said. “We got our early work in before the game and it went very well, and guys were focused and concentrated for the most part. And we played a complete game. We had a lot of hits. All the pitchers that came in, Karson, starting with him, threw a great first freshman start, outstanding. We swung the bat and got some big, key two-out hits from [Jacob] Burke.”

Miami set to face Florida Atlantic at home in first midweek matchup of seas...

With its hot-hitting series in the past, No. 24 Miami (4-0) turns to its first of 12 midweek matchups against Florida Atlantic (3-1) Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Sixth-inning surge powers Miami past Towson to open series

That’s probably one of the crazier Opening Night games I’ve been a part of, a lot of things happened there,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said.

‘The expectations by the end of the season need to be the same’...

“The expectations by the end of the season need to be the same. They need to be the same, we can’t change that. Miami and I have been a part of it for a couple of [national] championships, I’ve been a part of the program for a long time as a player and coach,” Miami coach DiMare said.

Palmquist throws five-inning shutout, Hurricanes win Alumni Game 13-0

A long journey awaits Miami baseball for a trip back to the College World Series, but the program began 2022 with a 13-0 victory over the alumni team on Saturday night.

Wyatt Kopelman