The Miami women’s soccer team defeated the Western Michigan Broncos 2-1 on Sunday. The victory helped the team celebrate its senior night and final home game of the regular season.
A little after 8 p.m. on Oct. 14 in Yager Stadium, the overhead lights surrounding the field suddenly turned off.
The RedHawks definitely had to fight for it, but a top-quality interception from Sterling Weatherford with just a minute left in the game sealed a 24-17 win for Miami.
This episode, Patrick and Jack sit down with Ludvig Persson and Hampus Rydqvist, current Miami teammates and best friends who know each other from back home in Gothenburg, Sweden. The episode also includes a review of last weekend's series against Michigan State and a preview of this week's slate against Bowling Green.
Defense reigned supreme this weekend in Lansing.
Join Patrick Geshan and Jack Schmelzinger for the first ever episode of Penalty Box Thoughts, a podcast on Miami RedHawks hockey. This is a spinoff of The Miami Student's sports podcast, Press Box Thoughts. This episode, the boys sit down with Derek Daschke, senior defenseman and the captain of this year's 'Hawks. The episode also includes a review of the team's first series against Ferris State and a preview of this weekend's series against Michigan State.
This weekend, the Miami University RedHawks football team looks to bounce back with a win over the University of Akron.
The RedHawks had just defeated Central Michigan 28-17 in their first Mid-American Conference (MAC) matchup, which was a rematch of 2019’s conference championship game. Still, the team couldn’t overcome the Eastern Michigan Eagles, losing 13-12 on the road.
I've missed Cincinnati Reds baseball. Last season, fans weren’t allowed to go to live games because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This season, when Great American Ballpark was open to the public again, I didn’t hesitate on going to games.
Miami hockey started its 2021-2022 season with a bang as they beat Ferris State 7-4 last Saturday.
The Miami University RedHawks opened conference play the same way it has the previous two years: a win in Yager Stadium.
The Miami University Redhawks gave visiting parents plenty to cheer for, as the team opened its Mid-American Conference (MAC) campaign with a impressive 28-17 win at Yager Stadium on Saturday Oct. 2 behind strong performances from both Brett Gabbert and A.J. Mayer.
The NCAA has seen some monumental shifts this year, forever changing the future of college athletics.
For the first few weeks, most Mid-American Conference (MAC) teams have faced a tough schedule loaded with Power Five teams. After battling it out in non-conference contests, conference play returns with a full slate of MAC games, including Miami’s conference home opener against Central Michigan.