Twenty-seven student-athletes have tested positive for COVID-19 after many attended an off-campus social gathering more than a week ago, according to an email from Miami University President Greg Crawford.
The novel coronavirus completely knocked the wind out of the sports world, but one of my favorite elements of the games has remained: uniform reveals.
We all go a little a crazy sometimes.
My heart goes out to the athletes whose seasons were cut short or delayed due to the novel coronavirus. But I'm also thinking about the writers who cover sports that aren't happening right now.
While sports are on a hiatus, let's take a look at some of the best basketball players to ever wear a RedHawk uniform.
“I think it’s a really great opportunity to create this cool story and show who we actually are,” Jack Sorenson said. “It’s going to be really cool next season, because coming out, you’re going to be able to see real clearly what teams have been training — the teams that actually wanted it — and the teams that didn’t."
Then-Miami President David Hodge had a telling question for Chuck Martin: “Why would you want to take over this team?”
Oh, and the Reds will be good, too.
It’s bigger than just baseball — the Reds are who we rally around, and they provide some of our sweetest memories. For me, I can’t help but tear up as I think back to the times spent in Great American Ball Park with my father.
Landon Stephens, a senior, was playing the last baseball game of the 2019 collegiate baseball season and, perhaps, the last of his Miami career.
Nobody knows how to react. Players are staring at the floor. There are blank, expressionless faces. An eerie silence.
Here’s a look at what went right (and wrong) for the RedHawks this season:
A Miami University football Twitter account spilled the beans.
Monday night in Buffalo, Miami was the disruptive underdog.
Miami ends its season with an 11-21 (4-14 MAC) record.