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Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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Ben Eaves - forever a hockey player

Ben Eaves will always be a hockey player. He may sit at his desk above Miami hockey's weight room as a student, on a medicine ball leading a workout as a coach or on press row watching a game as an analyst, but Eaves will always be a hockey player.


Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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RedHawks rally past Colorado College for first conference win

Miami hockey rallied from a 2-1 deficit against National Collegiate Hockey Conference opponents Colorado College to win 3-2 in overtime. Freshman forward Casey Gilling sent the game to overtime and junior forward Josh Melnick had the sudden-death goal that gave the RedHawks their first conference win of the season.


Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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RedHawks crumble at Ohio

The 2017 Miami RedHawks' football season began with optimism and thoughts that Chuck Martin had finally turned the corner with his program, making the Red and White a favorite to win the MAC East. After countless disappointing losses, the RedHawks' season has turned into a collection of missed opportunities, yet coming into their Halloween matchup against Ohio, Miami had one last chance to flip the script on the 2017 story.


Macy Whitaker - The Miami Student
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Field hockey perfect in MAC play

For the first time in program history, Miami University field hockey went undefeated in Mid-American Conference play. They completed its perfect season in conference play with a 7-1 win over allsall State University on Sunday. The RedHawks are the outright MAC champions for only the second time in the team's history, the last time being in 1981.


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Made-Up Mailbag: Week 6

Welcome to the latest installment of the Made-Up Mailbag, and happy Halloween. I wanted to give the mailbag a proper spooky theme this week, but I thought it might be too (candy) corny. While that hasn't stopped me so far with this column, believe me when I say this one would've ended up cornier than Kansas in August. I settled on the admittedly weak compromise of using the word scary a bunch and sprinkling in a few more themed (but still bad) puns.


Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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'Hawks score 10 goals, sweep Huskies

Miami hockey swept the University of Connecticut this weekend in dominating performances. The RedHawks (3-3) shutout the Huskies (2-5) 3-0 on Friday and commandingly finished the two-game series with a 7-1 win on Saturday. The 'Hawks played an aggressive offensive game and a tight defensive game to secure the victories -- minimizing mistakes from their previous three losses.


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Women's basketball returns top players for exhibition

The Miami Women's Basketball team will be looking to improve on their mediocre 11-21 record from last season this Thursday at home in an exhibition game against Central State University. Though under new head coach Megan Duffy, the RedHawks are returning all of their rostered players, including standout sophomore guard Lauren Dickerson.


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Revamped men's basketball roster ready for exhibition

This Sunday November 5 at 2 p.m., the basketball RedHawks take on the Maryville Saints in an exhibition at Millett Hall. This matchup marks the first ever meeting between these two programs and will provide a preview for 'Hawks fans of what can be expected from RedHawk basketball in the upcoming season.


Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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Battle of the Bricks: RedHawks take on the Bobcats

After a three-game skid, Miami football (3-5, 2-2) found redemption in their decisive 24-14 victory at home over the University of Buffalo. Now, in a Tuesday night affair, the 'Hawks are pitted in a road matchup against in-state conference rivals, Ohio University (6-2, 3-1) in an effort to win consecutive contests for the first time this season.


Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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'Hawks take on Huskies for the first time

Miami hockey will play the University of Connecticut tonight for the first time ever as the RedHawks' last series in their season-opening stretch. The 'Hawks look to beat the Huskies at home with improved special teams and determined play with and without the puck.


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Five Hot Takes: NFL Week Seven

The Monday Game alone provided enough topics for Five Hot Takes, but we will try to make sense of the rest of the week as well. Topics include: Carson Wentz, a Super Bowl rematch, and an unlikely substitute kicker.


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Best runners in the MAC head to Oxford

The postseason begins for Miami cross country teams at home on October 28th for the Mid-American Conference Championship. With a promising regular season, the question lies ahead how the RedHawks stack up against the best of the MAC.


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