This past Friday in Montego Bay, Jamaica the RedHawks defeated LIU Brooklyn by the score of 78-74. This meeting marked the first ever matchup between the two programs and was a thrilling contest until the end.Read More
Miami hockey looks to be consistent against No. 14/15 Minnesota Duluth tonight and tomorrow night, as they host the Bulldogs for only the second time in three years. After losing 4-1 and tying 3-3 to No. 2/4 North Dakota last weekend, the RedHawks look to their process to put them in a position to bounce back in National Collegiate Hockey Conference play.Read More
Miami hockey’s inability to play a full game led to the RedHawks falling prey to the No. 2/4 University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks 4-1 on Friday, but then battling for a 3-3 tie on Saturday.Read More
Tonight at 7 p.m. the RedHawks take on Wright State — the home opener for the program. The ’Hawks are coming off a last-second win over Fordham this past Friday and look to establish themselves as a contender within the Mid-American Conference.Read More
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