Miami Hurricanes News for March 4, 2014
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Watch: Miami Hurricanes’ Javi Salas throws perfect game, see...

CORAL GABLES — Hurricanes senior right-hander Javi Salas pitched a perfect game Tuesday in No. 16 Miami’s 17-0 shutout of visiting Villanova. Salas needed 113 pitches to retire all 27 hitters at Mark Light Field. It was UM’s first perfect game since Kevin Sheary on March 14, 1987. It was the 20th NCAA Division I [...]

Congratulations to Javi Salas, always smiling -- and tonight,...

Huge accomplishment by Miami Hurricanes pitcher Javi Salas tonight, who I'm sure right about now is ecstatic that he came back for his senior season. Congratulations, Javi. Salas pitched a perfect game for a 17-0 UM victory over Villanova --...

PERFECTION! SALAS MAKES HISTORY AT THE LIGHT

Senior righthander delivers second perfect game in UM history. Courtesy UM CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Javi Salas made history at Mark Light Field Tuesday night, pitching just the 20th perfect game in NCAA Division I baseball history in No. 16 Miami's 17-0 shutout of visiting Villanova. The senior righthander and team captain retired all 27 Wildcats batters he faced, needing just 113 pitches to get through perfection. Salas became just the second Miami Hurricane to ever throw a perfect game and

Clemson ousts 'Canes 58-54

Miami closes out the season this weekend Vs Wake on Senior Day. UM had plenty of chances to steal one tonight in Littlejohn Arena. But unlike in their recent successful run, they could not get it done tonight in a frustrating 58-54 loss to Clemson. At the onset, the defensive slug fest everyone was expecting did not materialize. At least not early on. Both teams were sharp had success on offense taking the ball to the hoop. Miami held a 12-10 advantage at the first TV timeout behind 4 points a p

Perfection! Salas tosses 2nd perfect game in Cane history

Javi Salas made history at Mark Light Field Tuesday night, pitching just the 20th perfect game in NCAA Division I baseball history in No. 16 Miami's 17-0 shutout of visiting Villanova. The senior righthander and team captain retired all 27 Wildcats batters he faced, needing just 113 pitches to get through perfection.

Hoops falls at Clemson, 58-54

Miami's defensive persistence forced another opponent to score below their season average, but only two Canes scored in double figures in their 58-54 loss at Clemson Tuesday night.

Dallas Crawford is Mr. Versatility for Miami Hurricanes

Dallas Crawford has stood out for his many impressive roles with UM, the most recent being his switch from running back to safety.

Javi Salas throws perfect game as 'Canes rout Villanova

Javi Salas has had plenty of memorable moments on the mound, but nothing like this. Not until now.

Javi Salas throws perfect game as 'Canes rout Villanova

Javi Salas has had plenty of memorable moments on the mound, but nothing like this. Not until now.

Miami Hurricanes Spring Practice: Quick notes from Practice 3...

UM continued spring practice today, here are the notes. On offense Gus Edwards had a very good day running the ball, and with UM not going full tackle during spring (except during the three scrimmages) the 6-2 235lb running back was frustrating the defense all day, and especially during 11 on 11 "hard contact drills." Almost every carry ended with three to four defenders draped around him. There were times he showed that he was more than just a power back ,highlighted by a touchdown where he o

Miami Hurricane spring practice notes: Figueroa feeling good,...

CORAL GABLES — After two sessions of no-pads, no-contact, Tuesday was UM’s first “thud” practice, meaning hard contact was allowed but tackling to the ground was not. The only “live” tackling situations, aside from the three scrimmages, will be goal-line situations. “Good effort,” UM coach Al Golden said of the third day. “Good energy. Just [...]

Kirk on All-ACC Academic Basketball Team

Kirk 1 of 16 players named today. Courtesy UM GREENSBORO, N.C. – University of Miami forward Donnavan Kirk joins 16 student-athletes from across the league on the 2014 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Men’s Basketball team, as announced today by Commissioner John Swofford. To be eligible for consideration, a student-athlete must have earned a 3.00 grade point average for the previous semester and maintained a 3.00 cumulative average during his academic career. Kirk is a graduate student

Funeral for former Miami Hurricanes football player JoJo Nicolas...

The funeral service for former University of Miami football player JoJo Nicolas is at 1 p.m. Saturday at Glendale Baptist Church, 14580 SW 117 Ave., Miami. The funeral is open to the public.

News, notes and quotes from the Miami Hurricanes first spring...

News and notes from Tuesday morning's practice: > UM coach Al Golden called the team's first day in pads a good effort with good energy. "It's a good group to coach right now," Golden said. "A lot of guys learning....

Alabama offers four-star DE

Keisean Lucier-South had an excellent showing at the RCS Southern California this past weekend. Things got even more exciting for him Tuesday when Alabama offered.

Alston discusses top four

Lavan Alston has a top four but more schools are showing a lot of interest so things could change for the four-star wide receiver.

Golden talks Ice Harris hire and more [$]

Read on to see what Al Golden is saying about the hiring of Ice Harris, some injury updates, how the new guys look, and much more.

Coley talks Olsen, WRs, OL, and more [$]

Read on to see what offensive coordinator James Coley is saying about Kevin Olsen, the receivers, some offensive linemen, and more after a few days into spring.

Hope sets UM CB record [$]

Read on to see what sophomore cornerback Larry Hope is saying a few days into spring practice.

Williams breaks things down [$]

Read on to see what senior quarterback Ryan Williams is saying about his improvements, some of his receivers, his leadership role, and more.

Odogwu talks about improvements [$]

Read on to see what redshirt freshman Sunny Odogwu is saying after the team's first three spring practices.

Q&A with Kevin Olsen [$]

Read on to see what redshirt freshman quarterback Kevin Olsen is saying about spring practice, as he competes with Ryan Williams for the starting job.

'Canes take field in pads for first time this spring

The contact was generally light, but for the first time this spring, the Hurricanes donned pads for Tuesday’s practice at Greentree and it’s a move that was welcomed across the board by both players and coaches.

'Canes take field in pads for first time this spring

The contact was generally light, but for the first time this spring, the Hurricanes donned pads for Tuesday’s practice at Greentree and it’s a move that was welcomed across the board by both players and coaches.

Okun taking Pac-12 trip

Zach Okun knows all about the outstanding facilities and the trendy uniforms at Oregon. He wants to see those for sure but the four-star offensive guard wants to go more in-depth during his visit to Eugene early this week.

Tuesday news, notes & quotes [$]

Don't miss this comprehensive wrapup of all the action at Tuesday's practice, including feedback from players. You don't want to miss Sunny Odogwu's take on his play compared to a year ago and more. Also get the day's highlights. Read on.

Tezino names early favorites

Kyahva Tezino has a handful of favorites but one school in particular could have a very decided edge as his recruitment continues.

Golden talks team after Tuesday drills [$]

Don't miss what coach Al Golden was talking about following the team's Tuesday workout, the first in pads. His thoughts on the hiring of Ice Harris? Who is looking good on the practice field? Read on.

Rivals250 OL checks out Texas

Mesquite (Texas) Horn Rivals250 offensive tackle Conner Dyer is one of the most highly sought offensive line prospects in the country and has already received scholarship offers from across the country. On Saturday, he decided to make his way to Austin, Texas, to attend Texas Longhorns' junior day.

Top Hurricanes Achievements for February 2014

Here are the top five achievements of the Miami Hurricanes for the month of February 2014. February 2014 was another great month for Hurricane sports! Looking back over the top news stories of February, many Canes players, coaches and teams excelled and accomplished some great things. History was made, records were broken and rivals were beaten as the Canes thrilled the fans. Here are five stories that stood out last month. Lauryn Williams wins silver medal at the Sochi Olympics. For a while the

Previewing Canes Vs Clemson with Shaking the Southland

Miami looks to continue their improved play Vs a motivated opponent. The Clemson Tigers are squarely on the bubble. With an RPI of 69, and an 18-10 (9-7) record they have earned the right for serious consideration by the NCAA Tournament committee, but they still have work to do. They can not afford to let the suddenly hot Hurricanes come into their building and beat them if they hope to get the nod. But the 'Canes are playing some of their best ball of the season, so how does this one play ou

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