OXFORD, Ohio—All three Miami University synchronized skating teams will showcase their competitive programs on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Steve Cady Arena in an exhibition performance at 3:30 p.m.
Coming off a silver medal finish at the 2013 national championships and an eighth-place showing at the world championships, the senior team seeks the program’s fourth national championship at the senior level and return trip to the world championships in 2014.
The senior team skates its short program to “Let It Be”. The RedHawks’ free skate program is themed “Cards”.
Shooting for its 10th straight national title, which would set a U.S. figure skating record for consecutive national championships at any level or discipline of figure skating, the Miami collegiate team looks to continue its success in 2013-14. The RedHawks have won 11 straight events dating back to the 2010-11 season. The team’s competitive program is themed “Moments”.
After posting one of the best seasons in program history and earning an international assignment this season, Miami’s junior team looks to build on the success of last year. The RedHawk junior team skates its short program to the music “Anything Goes” and “Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better”. The junior team’s free skate program is themed “Dancing Dolls”.
Admission is free to the exhibition. The RedHawk skaters ask that fans bring a non-perishable item to the event, which will be donated to the Oxford Food Pantry.