Like their crosstown rivals, FIU was unable to get their last game of the season in against Rice. They did, however, split their double-header Friday to end the season at an even 26-26, winning five of their last six. They will now enter the C-USA conference tournament as the no.
Coral Gables, FL - It’s the beginning of the end of an era as coach Jim Morris’ final regular season game was washed out in a very rain-soaked week in South Florida. While the game was scrubbed, the pre-game ceremony commemorating Morris’ 25 seasons with the storied program was an
Hey there Marlins faithful, it’s been a while so my bad for the general absence. Unforeseen circumstances drew me away from our lovable team. With that said, I have not stopped watching, cheering and cringing at the team.
When we last spoke, the Marlins got swept by the Brew Crew. Pretty
Andrew Cabezas put up another outstanding performance, extending the winning streak to five as the University of Miami Hurricanes pummelled the FGCU Eagles 7-1 to take the season series. Cabezas (5-4 4.60 ERA) went seven deep Wednesday night, clipping the Eagles' offense, holding them to just one hit while victimizing
The Promise from St. Thomas
Miami, FL - The Miami FC 2 wasted no time in their quest for U.S. Open Cup redemption. The Hunt for Lamar began at Tropical Park Stadium. Yes, where Santa's Enchanted Forest steals your money. This is where FC Miami City hosted the OB's (Orange and
Sweetwater, FL - Yes, we know, cinco de mayo is not a real holiday, but neither is Valentine's Day or St. Patrick's Day, and we still have fun with those. Why not bring some of that fun to the ball park on May 5th? The scoreboard didn't read Panthers and
Miami, FL - Despite a very slow start, FIU's bats came alive with a five-run seventh, taking care of Marshall in the rubber match Sunday afternoon 7-5. Logan Allen (4-5 4.27 ERA) led from the mound with Zac McNeel going in for the Thundering Herd.
Marshall continued where they left off yesterday, striking
Miami, FL - After demolishing the Thundering Herd in the first game of the weekend series, FIU came up short in game two of Saturday's doubleheader, losing 6-5 to Marshall at Infinity Park. Panthers starter Tyler Myrick (1-2 3.44 ERA) squared off against Joshua Shapiro (2-2 3.89) as FIU looked
Coral Gables, FL - The FIU Panthers overpowered the Miami Hurricanes Wednesday night, going yard thrice in the 14-6 victory at Mark Light Field for the season series sweep.
Chandler Raiden (0-1, 4.80 ERA) started for FIU as UM sent out Chris McMahon (1-0 3.00 ERA). McMahon made his third straight
Coral Gables- The Miami Hurricanes managed to both salvage their weekend series and stave off being swept, blanking the Pittsburgh Panthers 3-0 in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader at the Light. Andrew Cabezas (3-4 5.19 ERA) went deep, tossing a complete game and outdueling Blair Calvo (1-2 4.50 ERA)