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Junior pitcher Sam Bachman might be selected in the first round of the MLB draft this July
MEN'S SPORTS

Star pitcher Sam Bachman has sights set on College World Series

 Sam Bachman’s name is hot in MLB draft circles. But for now he has different things on his mind. “I’m really not too focused on [the draft],” Bachman said. “The most important thing right now is getting Miami to a regional, to the College World Series, somewhere we’ve never been … When the season’s over we can talk about the draft.”


This year, Miami held its first Women of Excellence Awards and honored exceptional students and faculty alike.
NEWS

Miami University holds first Women of Excellence Awards

Seven women received recognition at Miami University’s Women of Excellence Virtual Celebration on Wednesday, March 31 for their leadership and dedication to the Miami community. The recipients, including three faculty members and four undergraduate students, were nominated for recognition by their classmates and colleagues.


With a Group of Five playoffs, teams like Miami and Cincinnati would have a shot at postseason glory.
SPORTS COLUMNS

It’s time for a ‘Group of Five’ playoff

It ’s time we accepted that schools outside out of the Power Five (P5) conferences don’t have a chance at winning a national championship, and – with the ever-increasing trend of high-profile players opting out of bowl games in favor of preparing for the NFL – it’s time we made the postseason serious for Group of Five (G5) schools. 


Junior infielder Adriana Barlow gets ahold of a pitch during Wednesday's 15-2 win over Western Kentucky.
WOMEN'S SPORTS

Redhawks mercy rule Colonels 15-2

After senior starting pitcher Taylor Rathe tossed a scoreless first frame, the Miami bats went to work. A hit by pitch, error and a walk loaded up the bases with no outs. The cleanup hitter, junior shortstop Adriana Barlow, stepped up to the plate. A quick flick of her wrists shot the ball into right field, where the strong winds carried it over the fence for a grand slam and a 4-0 lead.


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