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The Miami men's basketball team fell to Eastern Michigan 58-48 in a defensive struggle at Millett Hall on Saturday. Miami's offense couldn't buy a basket for large stretches of the contest, including an excruciating 1-for-26 shooting spurt that lasted over sixteen minutes.
Senior guard Abdoulaye Harouna has reenrolled at Miami and rejoined the men's basketball team.
The Miami Basketball RedHawks (10-9, 3-3 Mid-American) restored their winning ways Saturday at Millett Hall with a 71-53 win over the Ball State Cardinals (12-7, 3-3 Mid-American). Junior guard Darrian Ringo and senior forward Logan McLane scored 21 and 20, respectively, to help the 'Hawks snap a two-game losing streak and get back to .500 in conference play.
After holding a halftime lead, the Miami Basketball team (9-9, 2-3 MAC) struggled offensively and defensively in the second half and fell to Bowling Green (12-6, 3-2 MAC) 81-70 at Millett Hall on Tuesday. Miami scored 27 points off 18 caused turnovers for the game, but couldn't overcome the Falcons' 51 points and 70 percent shooting in the second half.
Last weekend's second half collapse against Western Michigan seemed to strike a chord with the Miami RedHawks as they played inspired basketball to beat Kent State 80-69 at Millett Hall on Tuesday.
The Miami RedHawks (8-7, 1-1 MAC) blew a double-digit second half lead against the Western Michigan Broncos (10-5, 2-0 MAC), and lost 67-62 Saturday. After winning at Bowling Green State in their Mid-American Conference opener, the heartbreaking defeat was Miami's first home loss and first conference loss of the season.
The Miami RedHawks (7-4) rode strong inside play on offense and defense to a 109-70 blowout victory over the NAIA Division II Rio Grande RedStorm (5-10, 2-2) at Millett Hall on Sunday. The RedHawks shot 33-for-45 (73 percent) on two-point field goal attempts and won the rebounding margin 46-28.
The Miami RedHawks (6-4) defended their home court Saturday, defeating Fort Wayne 81-73 at Millett Hall. The win snapped a three-game losing streak against the Mastodons (6-5), and allowed Miami to remain undefeated at home this season.
After a 3-0 start, the Miami Basketball RedHawks (5-4) have now dropped four of their last six games after Tuesday night's 70-51 loss to the Southeastern Conference Missouri Tigers (7-2).
Miami volleyball's 10th ever appearance in the NCAA tournament ended before it really got started.
The Miami RedHawks (23-8, 14-3) were crowned MAC champions for the first time since 2007 on Sunday, defeating Western Michigan (18-13, 8-9) in three consecutive sets.
Number one seeded Miami volleyball (22-8, 14-3) beat fourth seeded Ohio University (17-15, 10-7) in three straight sets in its Mid-American Conference tournament opener at Millett Hall on Saturday. With the win, the RedHawks advance to the championship game Sunday, against the sixth seeded Western Michigan Broncos.
In a game too competitive to be decided in 40 minutes, the men's basketball team hung on in overtime to beat the Wright State Raiders 73-67 in Miami's home opener on Tuesday.
The men's basketball team underwent a total overhaul in the offseason, with the entire coaching staff and several players leaving the program. The fresh start has the Miami community feeling optimistic about this upcoming season and the team's future.
Deviating from the normal weekly routine, this week's edition of Five Hot Takes focuses on the busiest NFL trade deadline of all time and provides a non-football prediction.
The Monday Game alone provided enough topics for Five Hot Takes, but we will try to make sense of the rest of the week as well. Topics include: Carson Wentz, a Super Bowl rematch, and an unlikely substitute kicker.
Miami University and the Miami Tribe have announced a new collaborative awareness platform, beginning this month.
Aaron Rodgers' injury, the last unbeaten falls, and more as Five Hot Takes returns for the second week.
Quarterbacks, controversies and everything NFL Week Five covered in the first ever iteration of Five Hot Takes.
Nothing is sacred in America anymore, not even sports, after President Donald Trump put the National Football League on blast this past weekend by calling the players who protest during the national anthem expletives and saying they should all be fired. The NFL responded with league-wide protests. Some teams locked arms, some teams knelt and a few teams even stayed off the field during the playing of the American national anthem. Even though Trump might have divided the nation with his comments, he united the NFL.