January 28, 2013
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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: Miami returned home for the first time in over a month and earned a sweep of Bowling Green. The sixth-ranked Redhawks (15-6-5, 10-4-4-4) posted a 2-1 victory on Friday behind sophomore Cody Murphy's two power-play goals. (RECAP) The next night, classmate Jimmy Mullin tallied a pair of goals in a 3-1 victory over the Falcons. (RECAP) The team capped the weekend by participating in Butler County's Annual Disabilities Skate. (PHOTO GALLERY) Also, plans were announced for some of the activities surrounding the Office Max Hockey City Classic. (RELEASE) This Week: Miami continues its homestand when it welcomes Alaska-Fairbanks to Steve Arena. Game times are 7:35 on Friday and 7:05 on Saturday. The RedHawks took all six points from the Nanooks during a trip to Fairbanks Nov. 30-Dec. 1.
Last Week: Miami extended its winning streak to five games with victories over Bowling Green and Kent State. On Thursday, the RedHawks (13-6, 5-1) took sole possession of first place in the MAC East with a 57-54 victory over the Falcons. Courtney Osborn tallied 14 points and Kirsten Olowinski topped the 1,000-rebound mark for her career with 15 boards. (RECAP)Sunday's action featured a hot-shooting effort from the RedHawks, leading to a 76-48 victory over the Golden Flashes. Miami finished 10-for-20 (50 percent) from downtown and had four players reach double figures. Olowinski finished with 15 points, while Haley Robertson had 13 points. Maddie McCallie (12) and Hannah McCue (10) also reached double figures. (RECAP) This Week: Miami hosts Buffalo on Thursday in a 12 noon contest that is designated the "Goals for Life" game. The RedHawks then travel to Northern Illinois for a 2 p.m. (ET) contest.
Last Week: Miami saw its losing streak reach three games with losses to Ohio and Ball State at Millett Hall. Junior forward Will Felder had a strong night against the Bobcats with a game-high 19 points and team-high 10 rebounds, but it wasn't enough to take down the rivals, 74-62 (RECAP) Felder again paced the way on Saturday with 14 points, his ninth consecutive double-figure scoring game, while Quinten Rollins chipped in a season-high 12 points. A late run and hot-shooting second half propelled the Cardinals to the 82-62 decision (RECAP) This Week: Miami wraps up its homestand on Wednesday when Western Michigan comes to Millett Hall. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. The RedHawks travel to Central Michigan Saturday night
Last Week: Miami ran its record to 9-1 in dual meets this season with a 167.5-132.5 victory over Toledo on Saturday. Double individual victories by Nikki Craft, Leah Thornton and Bekka Westrick paced the RedHawks. (RECAP) This Week: Saturday marks Senior Day for the women's swimming and diving team as the RedHawks entertain the Ball State Cardinals. Action at the Nixon Aquatic Center begins at 1 p.m. in the final home event of the 2012-13 season.
Last Week: All three teams were in action this weekend at a pair of meets. The senior team traveled to Gothenburg, Sweden and finished third at the Leon Lurje Trophy competition. The RedHawks amassed a combined score of 148.33 at the event, their best combined score of the season. (RECAP) The junior and collegiate teams competed in the Midwestern Collegiates in Kalamazoo, Mich., with both teams taking home first-place honors. (JUNIOR RECAP) (COLLEGIATE RECAP) This Week: All three teams have a couple of weeks off from their competition schedules, but the senior and junior teams will perform at the hockey games this weekend.
Last Week: Miami (1-2) split a pair of matches over the weekend, losing 7-0 at Louisville on Saturday before a 6-1 victory over Cincinnati on Sunday. Against the Cardinals, the RedHawks lost all nine matches, but sophomore Christine Guerrazzi won her opening set before falling in a super-tiebreaker. (RECAP)Miami gained its first match after 19 tries on Sunday, rallying from a loss in the first doubles tie to take the point. They followed that up with wins in five of of the six singles against the Bearcats. (RECAP) This Week: It will be a busy weekend as Miami opens its 2013 home schedule with three matches at Hamilton's Riverside Athletic Club. The RedHawks host Eastern Kentucky at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday before playing a doubleheader against California (Pa.) and Xavier on Sunday. Those matches start at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., respectively.
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