The Miami Hurricanes’ dream season came to an end in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. But even as head coach Jim Larranaga heads to the Final Four this weekend as a spectator; he’s laid the foundation for a team he hope can get to the championship soon.
University of Miami Hurricanes basketball fans can enjoy one more title for the historic season the men’s team just completed.
The University of Miami Hurricanes men’s basketball team may have come up short in its Sweet 16 matchup with the Marquette Golden Eagles, but the school still hopes fans will show up at the BankUnited Center Friday at 12:30 p.m. to welcome the team back to Miami.
University of Miami Hurricanes head basketball coach Jim Larranaga hopes he can awaken the echoes Thursday in the building that launched him to national prominence just six seasons ago.
The Miami Hurricanes swept through the Atlantic Coast Conference and the ACC tournament and almost swept the individual awards as voted on by the league’s coaches.
Miami Hurricanes head basketball coach Jim Larranaga has been named the Henry Iba Coach of the Year by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
The Miami Hurricanes started Atlantic Coast Conference play as hot as any team in the country, but have stumbled into three losses in its last four games and has some fans ready to hit the panic button.
Carrying a number two ranking in the country, the University of Miami’s men’s basketball team will need to be on upset alert when it welcomes in the toughest defensive team in the Atlantic Coast Conference, Virginia, into the BankUnited Center Tuesday night.
The University of Miami Hurricanes brought a perfect record into Clemson and wanted to avoid one thing during the trip, avoid having the court at Clemson stormed by the fans after an upset. It took until the final seconds of the game, but UM was able to secure a victory thanks to a missed layup and put back attempt at the end of regulation by Clemson.