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‘Canes WBB suffers 68-42 loss to Virginia Tech in ACC quarterfinals

After beating Boston College by 15 points just a day earlier, ‘Canes women’s basketball lost by 26 to No. 8 Virginia Tech, 68-42, at the Greensboro (NC) Coliseum on Friday night in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals.

Miami baseball clinches series against Dartmouth in shutout win

Catcher Carlos Perez propelled Miami to a dominant 6-0 win at Mark Light Field Saturday night against Dartmouth. This is Miami’s sixth straight win after losing its first game of the season against Penn State.

Harden scores 19 in Miami’s loss at Syracuse

Even with a dominant performance from Miami women's basketball forward Destiny Harden, the ‘Canes came up short in their match against Syracuse on Sunday at the JMA Wireless Dome, 77-68.

‘Canes pull out efficient 93-85 win over Louisville

“That was one heck of a game,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said. “We scored the ball very efficiently.”

Miami holds on to beat No. 20 Clemson on the road, 78-74

Miami men's basketball stopped a Clemson comeback attempt to leave South Carolina with a 78-74 win against the top team in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) at Littlejohn Coliseum on Saturday afternoon.

Five minutes of insanity: inside Nijel Pack’s tremendous scoring run ...

“I feel like if I had shot it from half-court, I could have messed around and made it,” Pack said. “My teammates believed in any shot I took.”

Harlond Beverly: back and better than ever

The Hurricanes average just under 78 points per game, which is third best in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and top 40 in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Everyone knows players like Isaiah Wong, Nijel Pack and Jordan Miller are critical contributors to Miami’s offense. However, there is one often overlooked player just as instrumental in the ‘Canes success — guard Harlond Beverly.

Miami blows late lead, falls to Pitt 71-68

“We played very well in the first half,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said. “We led almost until the bitter end, [but then Pittsburgh] came back and made some big plays, and we obviously weren’t able to hold on to the lead. [The Panthers] deserve all the credit.”

Miami MBB looks to end Duke’s undefeated home record this weekend

Now, the ‘Canes (15-3, 6-2 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)) are returning to Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday to take on the Duke Blue Devils (13-5, 4-3 ACC) for the first time since their upset win last season.

‘Canes hit 12 3-pointers, bounce back with 88-72 win over Boston Coll...

“We do a really good job of sharing the ball,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said. “We were terrific on offense. We had a great night shooting tonight.”

Zachary Macer