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Senior libero Abigail Huser (pictured, in red) recorded a team-high 38 total digs in Miami's weekend series against Western Michigan
WOMEN'S SPORTS

Miami goes 1-1 against top-seeded Broncos

 In a tense matchup on Thursday night, the Miami RedHawks defeated the top-seeded Western Michigan Broncos in volleyball. After the game, head coach Carolyn Condit praised her team, but she knew they would have to maintain their energy for the next match. “Tomorrow will be a dog fight,” Condit said. Indeed it was.


Volleyball head coach Carolyn Condit has instituted a strong culture at Miami, leading to ten conference titles during her 37-year tenure.
WOMEN'S SPORTS

“I thought I’d be there for three years”: how Carolyn Condit made Oxford home

 In “The Andy Griffith Show,” there’s a town called Mayberry, N.C., which is the main setting of the show. Mayberry is a sleepy town, with just 5,000 people, one traffic light and not much else. The inspiration for Mayberry came from a town in North Carolina called Mount Airy. For volleyball head coach Carolyn Condit, however, the town may as well have been based on another sleepy town called Oxford, Ohio.


Sophomore guard Peyton Scott scored a career-high 39 points in Saturday's loss to Ball State, her fourth straight game with 30 or more points.
WOMEN'S SPORTS

Can the RedHawks break this cycle of Déjà vu?

 Sophomore guard Peyton Scott put on a show in Saturday's loss to Ball State, scoring a career-high 39 points, which matches a Millett Hall record set in 2013. She has four consecutive games scoring at least 30 points and also set a school record with 15 field goals. This Wednesday, they play the Toledo Rockets, who have lost four of their last five games. 


Sophomore guard Peyton Scott scored a career-high 39 points in Saturday's loss to Ball State, tying former RedHawk Courtney Osborn's record for most points in Millett Hall history.
WOMEN'S SPORTS

RedHawks blow 11-point lead in loss to Ball State

After a hard-fought game Saturday afternoon, Miami head coach DeUnna Hendrix didn’t hold back how much the loss hurt for her players. “I wish the result was different,” Hendrix said. “My heart literally hurts for them.” Despite a strong effort from her team, the RedHawks lost a close game to the Ball State Cardinals, 79-77. 


Senior right side Sarah Wojick (pictured, middle) led the team with 25 total kills in Miami's series vs. Bowling Green.
WOMEN'S SPORTS

RedHawks drop both games to undefeated Bowling Green

 After a 3-1 start, the Miami women’s volleyball team fell to .500 after losing both contests at Bowling Green this weekend.   The team will play its next series at home against Toledo on Thursday, Feb. 11 and Friday, Feb. 12. The games will be at 4 p.m. and 1 p.m, respectively, on ESPN+. 


Junior outside hitter Gaby Harper (pictured, no. 10) and senior libero Abigail Huser (pictured, in red) have made a big impact so far for the RedHawks.
WOMEN'S SPORTS

After four straight titles, Miami volleyball is still hungry for success

Miami Volleyball has now won four straight regular season conference titles in the MAC, appearing in the NCAA tournament twice over that span. Simply put, winning is all this team knows.  “I’ve had a lot of really fine teams, several strings of four (MAC titles) in a row,” she said. “It’s hard to do that. It’s hard to do five in a row. But I know these kids will strive for it.” 


Miami will have to rely on younger players this year after losing two stars.
WOMEN'S SPORTS

Women’s basketball continues to build in Hendrix’s second season

The Miami women's basketball team will add an influx of new talent this year, including five freshman and two transfers. The RedHawks will have to find ways to win this season despite losing its two best players, point guard Lauren Dickerson and center Savannah Kluesner.  The team will open the season on the road against the Wisconsin Badgers on Nov. 25.


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