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Hurricanes Powered By the Long Ball In 12-0 Win

By Austin Sapin Coral Gables, FL — When Miami and FSU meet up, you can always expect a memorable series. These three games this weekend in particular though gave us everything. Using four home runs and 18 hits, the No. 13 Miami Hurricanes were able to salvage one game in their series against No. 12 FSU with a 12-0 victory. The win came after a 17-inning marathon loss on Friday...
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Canes Suffer 15-5 Beatdown From FSU

By Austin Sapin No. 13 Miami fell just short against the No. 12 Florida St. in a 17-inning classic. On Saturday however the two teams weren’t nearly as close. Scoring all 15 runs in a span of three innings, the Seminoles captured their sixth straight series win over the Canes in a 15-5 victory. Miami (30-13) looked like they might bounce back from a devastating defeat the night...
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Florida St. Claims 17-Inning Classic Over Miami

By Austin Sapin Coral Gables, FL – Everything was lining up for a perfect day at Mark Light Field. Former Coach Ron Fraser was being dedicated with a statue and a beautiful ceremony, the 1985 National Champion Miami Hurricanes were in attendance and the Canes were facing off in a ranked matchup with their rivals, Florida St. The only problem was the Seminoles didn’t cooperate...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Canes Claim Victory In Four-Hour Marathon

By Austin Sapin Miami (30-11, 15-6 ACC) had blown their third straight lead in their third consecutive game against the Virginia Cavaliers (24-15, 9-12 ACC). What happened after that shows why these Hurricanes have a chance to make it to Omaha. After a five-run second inning gave Virginia a one-run advantage, the Canes responded with four straight runs in the next two frames to...
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Miami Loses Second Straight, Drops Series At Virginia

By Austin Sapin The No. 9 Miami Hurricanes (29-11, 14-6 ACC) hadn’t lost two consecutive games in almost a month. After their first two days in Charlottesville however, Jim Morris’s club will just be hoping they don’t get swept. With a 2-1 lead in the eighth against unranked Virginia (24-15, 9-11 ACC), Bryan Garcia gave up four runs without recording an out giving the Cavaliers...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Canes Drop A Tight One In Charlottesville

By Austin Sapin Currently the Virginia Cavaliers (23-14) are unranked, but any time a team that travels up to Charlottesville will have a tough series on their hands. For the Miami Hurricanes, winners of nine straight, they felt that first-hand on Friday night. Despite a solid outing from Miami starter Thomas Woodrey and an early exit for Virginia starter Nathan Kirby, the Cavaliers...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Pick Up Crucial Top 25 Win Over UCF

By Austin Sapin Coral Gables, FL — The ACC provides tough matchups week after week, but for the second straight midweek game, the Miami Hurricanes picked up a big-time win against a quality opponent. Tied at 2-2 in the bottom of the seventh, senior Garrett Kennedy delivered a clutch two-RBI single leading the No. 9 Canes to a 4-2 victory over No. 19 UCF. In search of another quality...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Sosa’s Spectacular Outing Leads to Sweep of VT

By Austin Sapin Miami (28-9, 14-4 ACC) didn’t get to double-digits Sunday afternoon, but once again they put in a dominating performance to sweep Virginia Tech. Enrique Sosa went a career-high seven innings, allowing just three hits and one run while striking out six in a 9-1 Hurricanes victory. The win pushed Miami’s winning streak to eight and gave them their second consecutive...
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Miami Repeats With Blowout Win Over Virginia Tech

By Austin Sapin When a team combines for 25 runs in the first two games of a series, you know their offense is clicking. For the No. 11 Miami Hurricanes however, this may just be the norm. Following an 11-1 win over Virginia Tech in game one of the series, the Canes used a balanced but lethal offensive attack to crush the Hokies 14-4 on Saturday night. Just like in Friday night...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Dominant In 11-1 Win Over Virginia Tech

By Austin Sapin Coral Gables, FL — When the No. 11 Miami Hurricanes score early, they are very hard to beat. Once again against Virginia Tech on Friday night, that statement held true. Using a four-run first inning, the Canes eased to a 11-1 victory over the Hokies, improving their record to 18-3 on the season when scoring first. “We played good as a team and I think the pitching...
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Iskenderian’s Walkoff Lifts Miami In Extras

By Austin Sapin Midweek games are usually reserved for match ups against lowly ranked teams in the state. On Wednesday night however, the Miami Hurricanes (25-9) met their match in a Top 25 showdown against No. 21 FAU. In a well-played ballgame, George Iskenderian drove in Ricky Eusebio with a single into left field in the tenth inning to give the No. 11 Canes a 4-3 victory. “I...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Burnett, Lecomte Transferring From Miami

By Austin Sapin Going into the 2015-16 basketball season, the Miami Hurricanes seemed to be stacked at the guard position. After Wednesday though, Coach Jim Larranaga might need find himself a few more ballhandlers. Even with the Canes looking promising heading into next season, both Manu Lecomte and Deandre Burnett announced they’d be transferring from the University of Miami...
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Sosa’s 1-Hitter Leads Hurricanes to Sweep of Duke

By Austin Sapin Everything seems to be coming together for the No. 12 Miami Hurricanes (24-9, 11-4 ACC). Following a 12-strikeout performance from Andy Suarez on Saturday night, Enrique Sosa delivered a one-hitter in 6.1 innings of work on Sunday to lead the Canes to a 10-0 victory and sweep over Duke (19-13, 4-11 ACC). After his worst start of the season against UNC in which he...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Collins and Suarez Lift Miami to 3-2 Victory Over Duke

By Austin Sapin We’ve been waiting all season for Zack Collins to reach his incredibly high potential. After this past week, I think it is safe to say the real Zack Collins has returned. With the game tied 2-2 in the bottom of the sixth, last year’s Freshman of the Year blasted a solo home run over the right field wall leading to a 3-2 Miami victory. Even though he went just...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Controversial Late Call Helps Stanford Seal NIT Title Over Miami

By Austin Sapin New York City, NY — Again and again, the Miami Hurricanes had comeback in games they shouldn’t even have been close in. Tonight in the NIT Final against Stanford, it finally caught up to them in a 66-64 overtime loss. With 3.4 seconds left in the extra period and the Canes up one, Stanford star Chasson Randle pump faked drawing Davon Reed just barely into the...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Canes Ease To 13-3 Victory Over Bethune-Cookman

By Austin Sapin Coral Gables, FL — Following a crucial ACC road series in Chapel Hill, the No. 12 Miami Hurricanes could have easily looked past a struggling Bethune-Cookman (11-22) squad in a midweek game. Clearly though, the Canes were ready to dominant from the first pitch on. Powered by a six-run fifth inning and a solid bounce back outing from Danny Garcia, the Hurricanes...
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Stellar Second Half Propels Hurricanes To NIT Final

By Austin Sapin As Tonye Jekiri crumpled to the floor with 13:51 remaining in the first half, the Miami Hurricanes had all the excuses they wanted in front of them. No Angel Rodriguez, No Tonye Jekiri and all against a 26-10 Temple team with plenty of experience. Throughout the NIT though, we’ve learned this team is never out of any game. Despite not having two of their most experienced...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Ninth Inning Heroics Give Miami 4-3 Win

By Austin Sapin Chapel Hill, NC — After Wednesday’s horrid performance against FGCU, the Miami Hurricanes needed some kind of spark to get themselves back on track. After Friday night’s game against UNC, I’d say they got that spark. Down 3-1 going into the top of the ninth, No. 10 Miami used a two-RBI single by Willie Abreu and a RBI single by Johnny Ruiz to grab a 4-3 win...
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March 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Lackluster Offensive Performance Hurts Canes in 8-1 Loss

By Austin Sapin Coral Gables, FL — 22 runs and 26 hits. Those are the numbers the Miami Hurricanes produced in their previous two meetings against FGCU this season. On Wednesday night however, it was a completely different story. Managing just four hits against Eagles starter Jordan Desguin, the Canes offense was completely shut down in a 8-1 loss to FGCU. “It was a disappointing...
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March 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Unbelievable Second Half Comeback Sends Canes to NIT Semis

By Austin Sapin Richmond, VA — The Miami Hurricanes led for just 64 seconds against Richmond Tuesday night, but all that matters is who is leading when the clock hits zero. Using a spirited second half comeback, Coach Larranaga’s squad was able to overcome just 18 first half points and defeat the Richmond Spiders 63-61 to move on to the NIT semifinals at Madison Square Garden...
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March 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Win 8th Straight In 12-7 Victory at Wake

By Austin Sapin Winston-Salm, NC — This Miami Hurricanes (18-6) offense is good, really good. For the second straight game, the Canes got into double-digits and claimed a 12-7 win at Wake Forest. The victory gave Coach Morris’s club their eight straight win and their second straight ACC series victory. Just like the night before, Miami used the long ball to get deep into the...
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March 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami Advances To NIT Quarterfinals With 73-66 Win Over Alabama

By Austin Sapin With 8:23 left in the second half, Miami center Tonye Jekiri jacked up a three-point attempt from the top of the key. It was the first attempt of his career and after the ball seemed to touch every part of the rim, it fell in. It was just that kind of day for the Miami Hurricanes. Besides Jekiri’s first career three-pointer, many things went right for the Canes...
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March 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Unstoppable David Thompson Pushes the Canes To Victory Once Again

By Austin Sapin Winston-Salem, NC — Let’s just say it right now, David Thompson is the hottest hitter in the country. With another monster two home run, seven RBI performance, Thompson led the No. 17 Miami Hurricanes to a 15-2 victory at Wake Forest. Jim Morris’s club has won seven straight and it’s no coincidence that the Canes third basemen has had one of the most unbelievable...
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March 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Thompson’s Hot Streak Continues In 9-1 Miami Win

By Austin Sapin David Thompson had a fantastic last week as he was named ACC Player of the Week.  After his performance on Tuesday, this week might be even better. With two home runs including a grand slam, Thompson led Miami (16-6) to their sixth straight victory in a 9-1 win over Army. Coming into the game hitting .524 in his last five games, the Canes third basemen almost one...
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March 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Open NIT With 75-71 Win Over NC Central

By Austin Sapin The Miami Hurricanes said all week that they planned to win the NIT. After Tuesday’s performance against NC Central, you can tell they were serious. Behind a fantastic night of three-point shooting, Miami defeated a solid NC Central squad 75-71 in the first round of the NIT. While the Eagles were ranked as a seven seed in the 32-team tournament, the Canes needed...
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March 17, 2015  |  Discuss
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