Come Monday, in a do-or-die affair, the host team reminded the nation why they’re the fifth-seed overall; demolishing the Ivy Leaguers, 21-3 and advancing to the Super Regionals where Miami will host fourth-seeded VCU, winner of the Dallas Regional.
Before shifting the focus…
Nothing wrong with a little pregame lightheartedness if one is delivering and taking care of business—which the Miami Hurricanes failed to do on Sunday night, one game away from punching their ticket to a Super Regional at home next weekend.
The above picture of Christopher Barr and David Thompson pretty much embodied what all supporters of the orange and green were feeling when Columbia…
A Sunday night win over the afternoon’s Columbia / Florida International winner will earn the Canes their 28th regional title in program’s history and advancing to the next…
Andrew Suarez lasted seven innings for Miami, Cooper Hammond closed it out and the Hurricanes’ capitalized on some early Florida International errors, jumping out to a six-run lead after two and holding on for the, 6-2 win over the Golden Panthers on Friday night for a sold-out crowd at the Coral Gables Regional.
Miami picked up six hits on the day, while Florida…
The Miami Hurricanes are a fifth seed and will host the Coral Gables Regional this coming weekend at Mark Light Field. This marks the 26th time UM has hosted a regional and its 43rd consecutive postseason.
The 16 host regional sites were announced at 12:00 p.m. ET on ESPN U’s “The Road To Omaha” special, with Miami seemingly drawing a favorable…
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