The art of the 5,000 meters

The beginning of high school marks the time for many high school runners to experiment with the 5000-meter distance. It would seem that after a few trial runs, one should know how to cover the 3.125 mile distance, but this knowledge does not come easy.


The rhythm of Miami Club Boxing

Ten jump ropes whirred rhythmically on Thursday evening at Chestnut Field House. The pitter-patter of sneakers hitting the gym floor almost matched the drops of rain hitting the sidewalk outside, and not long after, the sweat of the Miami club boxers matched the humidity of the March evening in Oxford.

RedHawks’, Duffy’s historic season ends in WNIT

On March 15, the RedHawks’ remarkable season came to an end with a 69-56 loss against Duquesne University in the first round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament. Miami finished the year 21-11 in front of a home crowd at Millett Hall, and kept up with the Dukes for three quarters before slipping behind in the fourth.

Women’s basketball to compete in NIT

After a heartbreaking loss in the final seconds of the Mid-American Conference tournament semi-finals, the women’s basketball team will compete in the National Invitational Tournament tomorrow night. The RedHawks will host Duquesne University at Millett Hall for the first round of the NIT.

Women’s basketball loses 61-58 to No. 1 CMU

CLEVELAND — When Miami took the court against top-ranked Central Michigan University on Friday morning, they did so with nothing to lose. Under the bright lights of the Quicken Loans Arena, the ‘Hawks suited up for the program’s first semi-final game of the Mid-American Conference Tournament in 10 years.


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