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Miami has now lost four games in a row in the last two weeks to the fifth-ranked Bulldogs

Miami loses twice in Minnesota, as Duluth caps off season sweep

  The Miami RedHawks traveled to Minnesota this weekend looking for retribution again against a Duluth team that beat them twice in Oxford last week.  They didn’t get it.  The RedHawks lost 8-1 Friday night and 3-1 Saturday to a Duluth team that boasts eight National Hockey League (NHL) draft picks and is currently ranked fifth in the country.  The team will look to bounce back next weekend against fourth-ranked St. Cloud State at home in Oxford before finishing the season with a home-and-home series against Western Michigan. 


Hockey will travel to play Minnesota Duluth again this weekend on Feb. 5 and 6.

Miami drops weekend series to sixth-ranked Minnesota Duluth

The Miami RedHawks fell in both games to the sixth-ranked University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs last weekend. Despite the Duluth having 8 NHL draft picks on the team, Miami managed to hold their own against the sixth-ranked Bulldogs.  The RedHawks will travel to Duluth to play the Bulldogs again this weekend on Friday, Feb. 5 and Saturday, Feb. 6.



Junior running back Jaylon Bester carries the ball against the Buffalo Bulls on Sept. 28, 2019.

Redhawks fall to 1-1 in loss to Buffalo

The Miami RedHawks lost, 42-10, to the Buffalo Bulls. Miami falls to 1-1 with the loss.   The RedHawks return to Oxford this Tuesday, Nov. 17, to host MAC East division rival Ohio University at 8pm.