For the first time since 2010, the Miami RedHawks won the Mid-American Conference Championship last Saturday — though their journey was anything but straightforward. It featured blowout losses, “knock-down, drag-out fights,” underdog moments, surprises and growth. These four storylines defined Miami’s 2019 season.
Miami learned its bowl-game opponent and destination Sunday.
Miami beats Central Michigan to claim first conference championship since 2010.
There’s something to be said about being underestimated, underappreciated and gritty.
Miami players and coaches chalked up their 76-54 Tuesday loss to Northern Kentucky as just one of those nights where nothing seemed to go right.
Martin said the loss, despite its timing, will be treated like any other.
The RedHawks were selected to the National Invitational Volleyball Championship and will play Texas Christian Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
Especially in the National Basketball Association, most of us commoners are stuck in front of a screen or far away enough to need binoculars to see the field of play. Yet a privileged few get to sit courtside, within an arm’s reach of millionaire athletes. And that is just the problem.
Adding to the growing literature on mid-life crisis behavior and the post-divorce psyche, a study published last week by Miami University’s Department of Psychology found “American Ninja Warrior” contestants can pinpoint the exact moment their life went wrong, halfway through their ascension of the warped wall.
Ivan Pace Jr. is setting records as a defensive player, but he wants to line up on offense, too.
Miami found a way to score an ugly win over Drake on Monday.
Miami has not announced any postseason plans yet, leaving its season in doubt after being eliminated from the MAC Tournament.