The Miami synchronized skating team was as collected as ever in the world championship, perfecting their femme fatale themed skate to achieve the third best finish in the program’s history.
Get to know Courtney Vierstra, one of the best pitchers ever to call Miami home.
Last week, Miami University announced the hiring of Travis Steele as the newest head coach of Miami men’s basketball. Over the course of the press conference, Coach Steele highlighted three hallmarks of his program building philosophy.
Spring has sprung which means it’s baseball season, and many Cincinnati Reds fans aren’t too happy with what’s been happening with the team. Can some of the Reds' promising prospects step up to save a doomed season?
Miami University has hired Travis Steele as its next head men’s basketball coach. The move was announced in an email from Miami Athletics on Thursday afternoon. Steele, who most recently spent four years as the head coach at Xavier University, is the 28th head coach in program history.
Over the course of three days, Hayden Park, home to the Miami University RedHawks, witnessed the visiting Central Michigan University take a 4-0 series sweep over the hosts.
After five seasons at the helm of Miami basketball, Head Coach Jack Owens is out as coach of the RedHawks. Owens and the Miami Athletic Department mutually agreed to part ways in a move that was announced Wednesday morning.
The men’s and women’s track teams opened their outdoor season with Miami’s Blizzard Buster this week. Both teams had impressive performances from multiple athletes.
Looking to defend their conference title, the Miami women’s softball team will begin Mid-American Conference (MAC) play this weekend against Kent State University. The RedHawks had a bit of a rough start to the season, but they seem to be making a comeback, as they knocked off No. 8 Kentucky last week to extend their winning streak to three games.
As Miami University’s senior synchronized skating team prepares to head to the World Synchronized Skating Championships on April 8-9, the team reflects on how they’re gotten to where they are today.
After a bit of a rocky start to the season, the Miami women’s softball team seems to be making a comeback. On Wednesday night, the team pulled out a 7-5 victory over No. 8 Kentucky. The RedHawks were previously 6-10.
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.
Six draft-eligible Miami players showcased their talent in front of personnel for 21 of the NFL’s 32 teams in Miami’s Dausch Indoor Performance Center.
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.