The Miami RedHawks will play baseball this weekend.
Miami's recent stretch of games has moved it into fourth in the MAC East with a 4-7 conference record.
“We have to be better. We have to get better,” Jack Owens said.
After one half, the RedHawks were tied, 33-33, with the best team in the MAC.
This week, our hosts talk Miami hockey — and their chances at making the playoffs, pick up where Miami men's and women's basketball teams have left off and briefly reflect on the death of NBA legend, Kobe Bryant.
After a slow start to conference play, things are turning around for Miami coach DeUnna Hendrix and her squad.
Miami missed five of its final 11 free throws and lost a close one to the Western Michigan Broncos, 64-60, Tuesday at Millett Hall.
Nothing but net and history.
“I think it’s going to be two teams that are hungry for a win," Miami head coach Jack Owens said.
Everyone remembers the iconic ads, whether good or bad.
This isn’t soccer, or basketball or rugby. It’s Quidditch, the same sport created by J.K. Rowling in the “Harry Potter” series. While these players don’t fly or chase after winged golden balls, the magic of the sport is still captured by the mandatory broomsticks players must run with and the classic three hoops made for scoring.
Freshman guard Peyton Scott scored 12 points in the fourth quarter to ice a RedHawks victory.
“It couldn’t be real. I still don’t believe it," Mekhi Lairy said.
One hour -- that’s how long it took women’s basketball coach Deunna Hendrix on the first day of practice to realize Peyton Scott wasn’t a normal first-year.