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Noreen, the new face of the hockey program, speaks with conviction about his goals for Miami at a press conference

Noreen is ready to bring the Miami hockey program back to life through an emphasis on player development and culture

Anthony Noreen was introduced as the seventh head coach of the Miami University hockey program. In an impassioned speech and throughout extended answers to questions, he spoke with conviction about the return of Miami to the upper echelon of the college hockey landscape through player development, along with an emphasis on culture and discipline.

With the hectic travel schedule, Fisher’s daily schedule leaves little room for anything other than golf and academics

A college experience unlike any other: life as a Division I golfer

Playing college golf is a truly unique experience. Players must stay on top of their academics during a season that spans almost the entire academic year, and they must focus on their individual performance while also finding ways to create a strong team. With all of this going on, what is life really like as a Division I college golfer? 


Things are looking up for the Orange and Blue

It’s that time of year again - when the resident FC Cincinnati fan on The Miami Student staff is allowed to write an article about his favorite team (and greatest source of personal misery, as befits all good favorite teams). Well, it’s already started, and we can begin to draw broad, unreasonable conclusions from these small sample sizes.

Senior captain Derek Daschke takes a shot against Denver earlier in the season

Hockey season ends in Denver

A disappointing season ended in disappointing fashion Saturday for Miami hockey. The RedHawks traveled to the University of Denver and got swept in the first round of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) playoffs. 

Senior forward Joe Cassetti wins a faceoff against a Minnesota-Duluth player last year.

Hockey to play No. 3 Denver in NCHC playoffs

The best part of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (at least for the teams toward the bottom of the standings) is that everyone dances. That’s good news for the Miami RedHawks (7-25-2, 4-19-1 NCHC), who finished last out of eight teams in the conference. The bad news is the team has to play the No. 3 Denver Pioneers (25-8-1, 18-6 NCHC) this weekend in the NCHC Frozen Faceoff.

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