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Miami University wrapped up its women’s and men’s basketball seasons and its hockey season last weekend.
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Miami sees marginal success in winter sports

Miami University wrapped up its women’s and men’s basketball seasons and its hockey season last weekend. Nobody won a playoff game or finished first in the conference, but no teams went winless either. Here’s a short roundup of each of those seasons.


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Jackson Kenyon: The Spark Off RedHawks Bench

Keyon has been playing basketball since he was three years old. His family, including his grandfather, a former Boston Celtics draft pick, believed that he could also take his skillset to the next level. Not wanting to let himself and his family down, Kenyon became the team’s manager during his first year. At the time, there were two junior walk-ons on the team. Therefore, he had to wait until they graduated for him to be in their place.


Fans take in a Miami football game at Yager Stadium
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Another year, another eventful transfer season for Miami football

With the portal allowing players to transfer to new schools without sacrificing a year of eligibility as of April 2021, yearly turnover among college football programs has become commonplace. For the second consecutive year, Miami football will be saying goodbye to several key players and welcoming multiple new faces into the program. 

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