Miami learned its bowl-game opponent and destination Sunday.
Miami beats Central Michigan to claim first conference championship since 2010.
There’s something to be said about being underestimated, underappreciated and gritty.
Miami players and coaches chalked up their 76-54 Tuesday loss to Northern Kentucky as just one of those nights where nothing seemed to go right.
Martin said the loss, despite its timing, will be treated like any other.
Ivan Pace Jr. is setting records as a defensive player, but he wants to line up on offense, too.
Miami found a way to score an ugly win over Drake on Monday.
The RedHawks took it right to the Central State Marauders on Wednesday, crushing them 80-45 at Millett Hall.
Miami won, 3-2, Friday but fell short, 5-4, in a comeback attempt Saturday.
Ryan Savage has always been around hockey.
The work isn't finished for the first-place Miami RedHawks.
The hockey RedHawks were swept by North Dakota to begin NCHC play.
Miami couldn’t find an answer for Loudon Love and his fellow Raiders in the paint, and lost, 88-81.
First place in the Mid-American Conference.