As March quickly approaches and ACC regular season play wraps, the Miami Hurricanes kept themselves in a positive spot as they beat Louisville 93-85. Miami presently sits at 11-4 in the ACC for sole possession of the #3 seed in the conference. Both Virginia and Pittsburgh are ahead at 11-3.

Miami’s final 5 conference games:

  • Monday (2/13) @ North Carolina
  • Saturday (2/18) vs. Wake Forest
  • 2/21 @ Va Tech
  • 2/25 vs FSU
  • 3/4 vs Pitt

The Canes picked up their second win in three days as they beat FAU in Men’s Tennis. The Canes are now 4-2 on the young season and all four wins have come via shut outs! Miami’s Dan Martin, ranked #21 in the nation, beat Nicolas Acevedo 6-3, 6-3 to headline the singles competition.

The University of Miami women’s tennis team won a top-20 showdown Saturday afternoon at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center, defeating No. 20 Cal, 5-2.The win was number 400 for head coach Paige Yaorshuk-Tews’ in her HOF Miami career!

In the weekend’s lone low-light, the Lady Canes fell to #9 Duke 50-40 at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Sophomore Jasmyne Roberts paced the Hurricanes on offense with 12 points, while Haley Cavinder joined her in double figures with 10 points. Miami returns to the Watsco Center on Thursday to take on the Clemson Tigers.

And Seventy Hurricanes baseball alumni returned to Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field Saturday evening for the annual Alumni Game! The 2023 squad used an 8-run eight to get past the old timers 11-3. The Alumni Team featured former MLB veterans Jon Jay and Danny Valencia, Kevin Brown, Adrian Del Castillo and Willie Abreu. CJ Kayfus led the way offensively for the Hurricanes, finishing 3-for-3 with two home runs and four RBI. Miami begins its 2023 slate this Friday with the first game of a three-game against Penn State.

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