Basketball is a team game. However, sometimes the best way to win is by putting the ball in your best player’s hands and letting her go to work.
The RedHawks took it right to the Central State Marauders on Wednesday, crushing them 80-45 at Millett Hall.
Miami won, 3-2, Friday but fell short, 5-4, in a comeback attempt Saturday.
Miami volleyball clinched its fourth consecutive regular-season MAC Championship Saturday.
Ryan Savage has always been around hockey.
The work isn't finished for the first-place Miami RedHawks.
“It’s about your interest, and it’s about the environment. We all join together for badminton for fun.”
Miami is now the sole possessor of first place in the conference, having one more win than Central Michigan.
The hockey RedHawks were swept by North Dakota to begin NCHC play.
Miami couldn’t find an answer for Loudon Love and his fellow Raiders in the paint, and lost, 88-81.
First place in the Mid-American Conference.
Chuck Martin's RedHawks and their model will battle for the Mid-American Conference's top spot tomorrow.