RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Miami Hurricanes

Miami Hurricanes
A collection of news and information related to Miami Hurricanes published by this site and its partners.

Top Miami Hurricanes Articles

Displaying items 56-66
  • Former UM basketball coach Bill Foster dies at 79

    Former UM basketball coach Bill Foster dies at 79
    Bill Foster, the coach who presided over the rebirth of the Hurricanes’ basketball program died Wednesday, UM confirmed. Foster, who also coached at Clemson and at Virginia Tech, was 79 and had been battling Parkinson’s disease. In 1984,...
  • Against the 'Canes, an opponent's lead is rarely safe

    Against the 'Canes, an opponent's lead is rarely safe
    The Hurricanes enter Friday’s regional tournament at their home field as one of the nation’s hottest teams, winning 14 of their last 15 games overall and nine straight at Mark Light Field. But Miami coach Jim Morris thinks his team wouldn&...
  • Former NIT-winning Virginia Tech men's basketball coach Bill Foster dies

     Former NIT-winning Virginia Tech men's basketball coach Bill Foster dies
    Bill Foster, who during his seven seasons as Virginia Tech's men's basketball coach was the architect of some of the Hokies' most successful teams in the past 20 years, died Wednesday in Charlotte, N.C., after a long struggle with Parkinson's disease....
  • Two South Floridians, playing for Colombia, set for World Cup

    Two South Floridians, playing for Colombia, set for World Cup
    Less than one year ago, Boca Raton's Catalina Perez thought her childhood dream of playing in the Women's World Cup soccer tournament was shattered. When Perez, 20, tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee and was about to undergo surgery,...
  • UF, FSU among seven Florida baseball teams to earn NCAA bids

    UF, FSU among seven Florida baseball teams to earn NCAA bids
    Highlighted by three regional hosts in the Florida Gators, Miami Hurricanes and Florida State Seminoles, seven Florida teams received berths in the 64-team 2015 NCAA baseball tournament. The Gators (44-16), fresh off a 7-3 win over Vanderbilt in the SEC...
  • 'Canes earn No. 5 national seed, open NCAA play with FIU

    'Canes earn No. 5 national seed, open NCAA play with FIU
    For the Hurricanes, the postseason will start at home against a familiar foe. Miami, which learned Sunday night it would host a regional tournament for the 26th time in school history, earned the No. 5 national seed in the NCAA Tournament on Monday....
  • Miami Hurricanes baseball to host NCAA Regional

    Miami Hurricanes  baseball to host NCAA Regional
    Though they don’t yet know their potential opponents will be or whether they’ve earned one of those highly-coveted national seeds they’ve been pushing for in recent weeks, the Hurricanes did learn one thing Sunday night – they&...
  • Hyde: A promise kept, a life helped and decades later a dividend to UM

    Hyde: A promise kept, a life helped and decades later a dividend to UM
    This is a story about the compounded dividends from doing what's right, and it starts on a long-ago day where everything went wrong. Ken Hunt remembers it well, the day football died for him. He went to shoot a small-gauge gun at a secluded levee with a...
  • Friday's college baseball roundup: Biggio's son leads Notre Dame past U.Va.; N.C. State, VCU, Radford reach finals

    Cavan Biggio hit a two-run triple to help Notre Dame beat Virginia 8-2 on Friday at the Atlantic Coast Conference baseball tournament at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. The loss dropped the Cavaliers (34-21) to 0-2 in pool play and ended their chances of...
  • MLS stadium plans show signs of life

    MLS stadium plans show signs of life
    The anticipated meeting to discuss the future of a Major League Soccer stadium in Miami did happen Friday afternoon. An MLS source confirmed the meeting took place on the University of Miami campus with former British soccer icon David Beckham and his...
  • UM opens ACC tourney play with comeback win over Virginia

    UM opens ACC tourney play with comeback win over Virginia
    For the better part of seven innings, Virginia pitcher Connor Jones kept Miami’s high-powered offense in check, holding the Hurricanes to just four hits. But in the eighth, the Hurricanes got to Jones – and the Cavaliers bullpen –...