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Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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Miami Collegiate team skates into second place

To cap off the month of February, Miami's Synchronized Skating team competed on the national stage at the U.S. National Championships in Rockford, IL. The group of 52 athletes split among three teams represented Miami in the Collegiate and Senior divisions of the competition. Teams compete in either long or short programs within the divisions, and these programs differ by duration and number of required elements.


Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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Hockey seniors reflect on Miami career, look to future

As time wound down on Saturday night, a win for Miami Hockey seemed impossible but the fans would not let The Brotherhood finish their season on a bad note. The crowd did not care that the RedHawks could not win their final series. A "thank you seniors" chant echoed throughout the Steve 'Coach' Cady Arena as the eldest members of the team played their final minutes as Miamians.


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2017 NFL Scouting Combine: A Preview

This week the NFL descends on Indianopolis, IN for what has been dubbed the "Underwear Olympics." Athletes will run through a gauntlet of events including the 40-yard dash, bench press, broad jump, 20-yard shuttle, Wonderlic test, positional drills and then interviews. Coaches and GMs will be watching the attendees' every move both on and off the field. The top prospects will be eager to impress in drills, tests and interviews. Reactions and overreactions will run rampant.


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Youth, More Youth and Joey Votto: A 2017 Reds Preview

It's that wonderful time of the year again. The telltale signs of spring have begun to peek through the cracks of a relatively short winter. Trap music is blaring in the streets of Oxford, "Sun's out, Guns out" posts have replaced pictures of bundled up couples on Instagram, and, yes Reds fans, Homer Bailey is already injured.


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Baseball continues losing ways in Tampa

It was another long series for Miami baseball as the University of South Florida swept a four game series by scores of 5-1, 7-2, 3-2 and 11-2. The RedHawks concluded the season-opening seven game road trip with the four loses.


Brianna Nixon - The Miami Student
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OU runs over men's basketball

Men's basketball lost 79-62 to instate and Mid-American Conference rival, Ohio University on Tuesday evening. The teams traded runs throughout the contest and Miami came up 17 short.


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Women's Collegiate Baseball Club: First in the U.S.

Nineteen people gathered in room 123 of Phillips Hall, 13 women and six men. Three faculty members and 16 students. Several sat next to each other, some thumbed through their phones and a couple decided to introduce themselves and chat quietly until the meeting began. Callie Maddox began to talk. The room got quiet but the enthusiasm level got louder.


Brianna Nixon - The Miami Student
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Men's basketball loses to KSU, Buffalo

Miami men's basketball dropped both their Tuesday contest against the Kent State Flashes and their Saturday game against the University of Buffalo Bulls. Both games were away and Miami continues to struggle to find victory on the road and victory against Mid-American Conference opponents.

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