Here's what to look for as Miami squares off against Robert Morris of the FCS this week
Miami played well against Kentucky. The results of Saturday’s game should have been heartening for RedHawk fans, but when you lose your starting quarterback, all bets are off. Here's what we can take away.
With a vibrant local team and a beautiful new stadium, it seems pretty clear - Cincinnati is the new capital of American soccer.
Brett Gabbert and the Miami RedHawks will have their hands full with No. 20 Kentucky this weekend. Here’s what our sports editor thinks you can expect from Saturday’s contest.
In 2020, they were third in the East division. Then 2021 came and they were seventh in the conference, narrowly missing out on a playoff spot. With the 2022 season already underway, Miami has earned four points in the first two games. For the first time since 2016, the RedHawks look ready to break into the playoff zone, and they are still only getting up to speed.
Having finished third and fifth respectively in the Mid-American Conference the last two years, Miami volleyball is hoping for a breakout season in 2022.
Eyes are on Miami quarterback Brett Gabbert to take the next step in his development this season. He is among the players on the pre-season Maxwell Award watch list, an honor given to the most outstanding player in college football. Additionally, he was voted as the pre-season First-Team All-MAC quarterback.
Miami field hockey is set up to succeed this season. From an experienced goaltender and defense core to a game-breaking player up front, if the RedHawks see just a couple players step up to produce points, there won’t be much that can hold them back from their sixth straight MAC title.
The first think most observers would notice about a RedHawk football practice this fall: the practices feel tense and simmer with energy. Coach Chuck Martin said that is one of the strengths of the 2022 squad. u201c[The players] come to work, they compete, they have energy,u201d he said.
Mike Trout is leading Major League Baseball in OPS, so it’s officially extrapolation season! Check in to see how some of the offseason’s biggest acquisitions are faring with their new teams.
When Sam Bachman was drafted ninth overall by the Los Angeles Angels this summer, it wasn’t clear who was going to step up as the next ace of Miami’s pitching staff that finished last season among the best in the NCAA. But as the beginning of the 2022 season progressed, the answer to that question quickly became clear: Jonathan Brand.
Do you find baseball stultifying? Would you rather clean up at New Bar next Saturday night than watch a bunch of guys stand around on a diamond for three hours? Yes? Well you’re wrong, but you have a point. I watched every pitch of Miami’s series split against Ohio this weekend so that you don’t have to. These were the most exciting moments.
Dominique Robinson was the only Miami alum drafted this weekend, but he wasn’t the only one to get an NFL shot. Mike Brown, Cedric Boswell, Sterling Weatherford and Jack Sorenson signed free agent deals shortly after the draft ended Sunday.
It's going to be an uphill battle to replace the production of all of the players Miami lost to the transfer portal, especially the pressure artists on the defensive side of the ball. But Miami worked the transfer portal too. Here's who they have coming in.
With a line-up of two seniors leading seven freshmen, the Miami RedHawks seemingly blew through oppositions to top the East division in the regular season. Now, they head into the Mid-American Conference Tournament.