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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: With only nine
seconds remaining in regulation and down a goal in the first round of the NCAA
Tournament, the Miami University women's soccer team's season appeared over
until sophomore Kelsey Dinges
scored in the closing seconds Sunday afternoon to force overtime against No. 20
Tennessee. Then, less than five minutes into the extra session, junior Kayla Zakrzewski
buried the game-winner to lift the RedHawks to a come-from-behind 3-2 victory
at UT's Regal Soccer Stadium (FULL
STORY). This week: The
RedHawks (20-2-1) will now face third-seeded and No. 15 Duke in the second
round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday in Charlottesville, Va. at 4 p.m.
Last week: The Miami
University field hockey team struck early against No. 11 Stanford, but was
unable to hang on as the Cardinal took a 4-1 victory in the NCAA Play-In game
Tuesday afternoon in Farmville, Va. (FULL
STORY). Stanford improved to 16-6 overall and clinched an automatic berth
into the NCAA Tournament. The MAC Champion RedHawks finished the 2012 season
with a 12-10 record.
Last week: The 5th-ranked
Miami University hockey team defeated No. 16 Northern Michigan, 5-2, Friday (FULL
STORY) and rallied to earn a 2-2 draw and shootout win Saturday (FULL
STORY). The RedHawks improved to 6-2-2 overall and 3-2-1-1 in the Central
Collegiate Hockey Association. This
week: Miami hosts Michigan State in a two-game set Friday, Nov. 16 and
Saturday, Nov. 17. Friday's contest starts at 7:35 p.m., while Saturday's
begins at 7:05 p.m. at Steve Cady Arena.
Last week: The Miami
University football team fell to Kent State, 48-32, Saturday afternoon at Yager
Stadium. The RedHawks, who dropped to 4-6 overall and 3-3 in Mid-American
Conference, fell behind early, as the Golden Flashes ran wild in the first half
STORY). This week: The
RedHawks travel to play Central Michigan Saturday, Nov. 17, before returning
home to host Ball State in their regular season finale Friday, Nov. 23. Miami
must win out to become bowl eligible.
Last week: Miami opened
the 2012-13 basketball season Friday night with a 97-59 loss at sixth-ranked
North Carolina State (FULL
STORY). Allen Roberts led the RedHawks with 16 points. This week: Miami returns home to host Grambling State at 7
p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13. The game had been declared a Red Out and all
RedHawk fans are asked to wear their Miami red. Tuesday is also "Meet the Team"
night. The team rounds out the week playing at Louisville Sunday, Nov. 18 at 4
Last week: Kirsten
Olowinski banked in a three-pointer with eight seconds remaining to send the
game into overtime, but the Miami University women's basketball team's shot
went cold during the extra frame, as it fell to Eastern Kentucky, 73-63, it its
season opener (FULL
STORY). Courtney Osborn led
three RedHawks with double-doubles as she finished with a team-high 22 points
and brought in 10 rebounds. This week:
Miami will look to get into the win column when it hosts Northern Kentucky on
Monday at 7 p.m. The 'Hawks are also slated to host Robert Morris Thursday,
Nov. 15 at 7 p.m.
Last week: The Miami
University volleyball team dropped its Mid-American Conference finale to
Western Michigan by a 0-3 (12-25, 18-25, 21-25) score Saturday evening (FULL
STORY). The RedHawks are now 9-20 overall and finish 4-12 in the MAC. Coming up: The RedHawks did not
qualify for this year's MAC Tournament, but they still have one remaining match
on the schedule. Miami will host Cincinnati Saturday, Nov. 24 at 4 p.m.
Last week: Saving its best
performance for the final race of the season, the Miami University men's cross
country team put on a gutsy showing to grab sixth place at the NCAA Great Lakes
Regional Friday afternoon at the University of Wisconsin's Zimmer Championship
STORY). The RedHawks, who entered the meet ranked 12th in the region,
totaled 214 points to earn sixth as Miami was the top Mid-American Conference
team to finish among the eight in the field.
Last week: Running its
final race of the season, a young and inexperienced Miami University women's
cross country team earned 10th place Friday afternoon at the NCAA Great Lakes
Regional Championship, held at the University of Wisconsin's Zimmer
Championship Course (FULL
STORY). The RedHawks totaled 306 points in the 6K race, competing against
31 other teams in the Great Lakes Region, as Miami improved one spot from its
11th-place finish at last year's regional meet.
Last week: Sophomore
sprinter Joe Baumgartner registered individual victories in the 50 and 100
freestyles, but Miami's men's swimming team dropped a 140-112 decision at Ohio
State Friday night (Nov. 9). A native of St. Louis, MO., Baumgartner recorded
times of 21.32 in the 50 free and 46.80 in the 100 free (FULL
STORY). Coming Up: The
RedHawks will compete at the Nixon Aquatic Center from Nov. 29-Dec. 1 for the
annual Miami Invitational.
Last week: Miami seniors
Leah Thornton and Stacie Clagg, and sophomore Lacey Houser all won two
individual events as the RedHawk women's swimming team disposed of host Kenyon
College, 175-116, Friday night. Miami (4-1 overall, 1-0 MAC) got its first road
victory of the season, registering victories in 11 of the 16 events (FULL
STORY). Coming up: The
RedHawks will now be off until Nov. 29-Dec. 1 when they host the annual Miami
Invitational at the Nixon Aquatic Center.
Coming up: The RedHawks
open their 2012-13 competitive seasons Dec. 1-2 at the Dr. Richard Porter
This week HawkTawk will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. at Kroger. All fans
and students are welcome to attend.
This year, the Miami IMG Sports Network continues to expand its
platform with Miami All-Access powered by the Miami
University Bookstore. In addition to audio of all home and away football, ice
hockey, and men's and women's basketball games, Miami All-Access will stream
live more than 100 home Miami Athletics events-many in HD-on www.MURedHawks.com
as well as providing early access to highlight packages and more for its
subscribers. There are a variety of subscription packages available, including
annual ($79.95), quarterly ($29.95), monthly ($9.95) and single-event ($10.95)
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