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Listed below is a recap of last week's results as well as a look ahead at this week's games. Enjoy!



Last week: The RedHawks concluded their final CCHA road trip of the season with a sweep over Lake Superior State. Miami, which improved to 21-8-5 overall and 16-6-4-4 in league play, defeated the Lakers, 5-4, on Friday night (FULL STORY) and won another hard-fought game, 2-1, on Saturday night (FULL STORY). The 'Hawks remain in first place in the CCHA, five points ahead of Western Michigan and six in front of Notre Dame. This week: MU returns home to host Ohio State for its final two-game series of the regular season Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2 at Steve Cady Arena. Puck drop Friday is set for 7:35 p.m. while Saturday's game, which will also be Senior Night, is slated for 7:05 p.m. The RedHawks need just one point (a tie/shootout loss) against the Buckeyes next weekend to secure at least a share of the final CCHA regular-season title while two points (a shootout win or regulation win) would lock up the CCHA regular-season championship outright.

Men's Basketball

Last week: The RedHawks (8-17, 3-9 MAC) dropped a heartbreaker to Southern Illinois, 74-68, in overtime on Saturday in Carbondale, Ill. Freshman guard Reggie Johnson paced the RedHawks with 18 points, while junior guard Allen Roberts chipped in 14 points (FULL STORY). The game was a Ramada Worldwide BracketBuster event. This week: Miami returns to MAC play when it travels to Bowling Green for a 7 p.m. game on Wednesday, Feb. 27. The RedHawks then return to Oxford for their final home contest of the year against Kent State Saturday, March 2 at 3 p.m. It will be senior day as the RedHawks honor senior center Vince Legarza. Miami Athletics also will recognize legendary coach Charlie Coles.

Women's Basketball

Last week: The RedHawks (17-9, 8-5 MAC) snapped a three-game losing streak with wins at Buffalo on Wednesday and at home against Bowling Green on Saturday. Miami, which defeated the Bulls, 69-56, saw senior point guard Courtney Osborn become MU's all-time leading scorer (FULL STORY). The Fishers, Ind. native also helped the 'Hawks take down the Falcons, 76-61, scoring a game-high 33 points (FULL STORY). This week: Miami returns to action on Thursday, Feb. 28 when it hosts Kent State at 7 p.m. It is the regular-season home finale at Millett Hall and Senior Night. Prior to the contest Osborn and Kirsten Olowinski will be honored for their incredible four-year careers in a pregame ceremony. The RedHawks also travel to play Akron on Sunday at 2 p.m.


Last week: The RedHawks (2-3) concluded the First Pitch Invitational with two wins and one loss. Miami fell to Furman, 6-5, in 11 innings on Friday (FULL STORY) before defeating Western Carolina, 3-2, in 10 innings on Saturday (FULL STORY) and Michigan State, 8-6, on Sunday (FULL STORY). This week: The 'Hawks return to action Friday, March 1 when they head South for the third straight week. Miami faces Mercer in Macon, Ga., in a single game Friday and doubleheader Saturday.


Last week: The RedHawks won one and dropped four in the Frost Classic in Chattanooga, Tenn. Miami, which played Eastern Kentucky, Boston College, Tennessee Tech, Lipscomb and Chattanooga, fell to 2-8 on the season. MU's lone win last week was against Tennessee Tech (FULL STORY). For full tournament results click HERE. Coming up: The 'Hawks have a week off before traveling to compete in the Red & Black Tournament Friday, March 8 through Sunday, March 10 in Louisville, Ky. Miami will play games against Austin Peay, Michigan, Louisville and Illinois State.


Last week: The RedHawks (4-7) fell to Kentucky, 5-2, on Tuesday, but bounced back to defeat Boston University, 5-2, on Saturday. In the victory, Miami won its top three singles matches and two of three doubles pairings (FULL STORY) . The 'Hawks rounded out the week with a loss to No. 27 Yale, 6-1, on Sunday. For full results and schedule, click HERE. This week: Miami travels to Atlanta to play North Texas on Saturday, March 2 at 11 a.m. and Georgia Tech Sunday, March 3 at 8:30 a.m.

Women's Track & Field

Last week: Four individual RedHawks and a relay team earned points on the track Friday and Saturday in the 2013 Mid-American Conference Indoor Championships, hosted by Eastern Michigan University at Bowen Field House, as the Miami finished eighth (FULL STORY). This week: Select Miami runners will compete at the Notre Dame Last Chance meet Friday, March 1 through Saturday, March 2 in South Bend, Ind., in an effort to qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships, which are March 8-9 in Fayetteville, Ark. The outdoor season begins March 15-16 at the Hurricane Invitational in Miami, Fla.

Men's Track & Field

This week: After a week off, the RedHawks are back in action Friday, March 1 when they compete in their second and final indoor meet of the season, which is a dual meet with Cincinnati in Columbus on the campus of Capital University. Miami opens outdoor season March 22-23 at the Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational. For a full schedule and results, click HERE.

Synchronized Skating

This week: All three RedHawk skating teams will compete at the U.S. National Championships in Plymouth, Mich. The RedHawk senior team seeks to return to the ISU World Championship with a top-two finish at nationals. Earning a bronze medal at the Leon Lurje Trophy in Goteborg, Sweden, in January, the senior team owns the only international medal won by a U.S. senior team this season. Miami's collegiate team has dominated the division and is the eight-time defending national champion in search of the program's 15th national title. The collegiate team already owns more consecutive national titles than any other program at any level of synchronized skating and tries to tie the record for all of U.S. figure skating this year. The RedHawk junior team, which has boasted some of the best finishes in Miami junior program history, also looks for gold and would become the first Miami junior team to earn a spot on the podium by finishing among the top three in the nation.

Women's Swimming & Diving

This Week: Miami, which defeated Ohio in its final regular-season meet Saturday, Feb. 9, returns to action when it travels to Buffalo, N.Y. for the 2013 MAC Championship Thursday, Feb. 28 through Saturday, March 2.

Men's Swimming & Diving

Coming Up: Miami will have another week off before it travels to Carbondale, Ill., for the MAC Championships March 7 through March 9. The swimmers who do not compete at the MAC Championships will stay in Oxford to race in the Ohio Senior Championships March 1 through March 3.


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