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Lukas Nelson


Sophomore linebacker Ivan Pace Jr. (pictured) led Miami with six tackles. In last year's contest vs. Akron, Pace Jr. tied the single-game NCAA record with six sacks.

Sorenson catches four touchdown passes in win at Akron

With the 38-7 win at Akron, the Miami RedHawks improve to 2-1 and pick up the 700th win in program history, becoming the first Mid-American Conference (MAC) program to reach that mark. Miami’s next game will be at home against the Kent State Golden Flashes on Dec. 5 at noon. The game will be televised on CBS Sports Network.


Miami will have to rely on younger players this year after losing two stars.

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.





NELSON: Not granting Sibande’s transfer waiver is bad look for RedHawks

  Last April, Nike Sibande entered the transfer portal, eventually deciding to play at the University of Pittsburgh. He filed for a transfer waiver to be able to play for Pitt this season, as opposed to sitting out a year in occurrence with the standard transfer rules, but the NCAA denied his request. Sibande is now appealing the NCAA's decision.