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This is “Thoughts from Quarantine,” a weekly series in which three of our editors will answer a variation of this simple question: “How are you feeling?” This week’s prompt is, “How are you feeling about being apart from your Oxford friends/significant others during self-quarantine?"
Although Miami basketball is currently going through a rough patch, the team has had its share of success over the years. It has appeared in 17 NCAA Tournaments and won the MAC regular season title 20 times.
In her season-opening press conference in November 2019, DeUnna Hendrix praised her new team.
The Miami RedHawks will not live to play another day.
On a night that held so much promise for the Miami RedHawks, it seemed like none of the bounces went their way.
Lauren Dickerson never thought she would be in this position.
Losing is never fun.
Two weeks ago, the RedHawks felt like they were finally building momentum.
When asked about her plans after graduation, Savannah Kluesner said she was still weighing a few options.
A lot has changed since the last time the Miami women’s basketball team suited up against Northern Illinois.
Despite the loss against the Mid-American Conference’s best team, DeUnna Hendrix was still proud of her squad.
After a slow start to conference play, things are turning around for Miami coach DeUnna Hendrix and her squad.
Lauren Dickerson almost amazed herself.
It’s always good to pick up a win.
Basketball is a team game. However, sometimes the best way to win is by putting the ball in your best player’s hands and letting her go to work.
Friday was not the Miami debut DeUnna Hendrix had in mind.
The Miami women’s basketball team will start the season with a lot of new faces this week.
The Miami RedHawks won a 27-24 battle against Northern Illinois Saturday at Yager Stadium, taking a 10-9 lead in the all-time series and getting its second straight victory over the Huskies.
When senior tuba player Emma Farahay took the field at Ohio Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 21, she was marching on the same field where her grandfather dotted the “I” in Script Ohio 66 years ago.