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Take Me Out to the MLB Playoffs

Take Me Out to the MLB Playoffs

Daniel Toll, Sports Editor

October 5, 2018


Filed under College/Professional, Sports, Sports Center Carousel, Top Stories

With the arrival of autumn, the 2018 Major League Baseball (MLB) season continues to inch closer toward its end. The air gets colder and denser, and snow will cover the vast majority of major league fields. However, until then, the greatest moments of the 2018 season are yet to be seen in what is the...

A Battle for Miami: UM vs FIU

A Battle for Miami: UM vs FIU

Daniel Toll, Sports Editor

September 26, 2018


Filed under College/Professional, Sports, Top Stories

For the first time in eleven years, the battle for local dominance between the University of Miami (UM) Hurricanes and the Florida International University (FIU) Golden Panthers experienced a resurgence on Saturday, Sep. 22, when the two competitors went head-to-head at Hard Rock Stadium. Despite the...

It’s a Marathon and a Sprint: Eliud Kipchoge

It’s a Marathon and a Sprint: Eliud Kipchoge

Natalia Rodriguez, Reviews Editor

September 24, 2018


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The sun shines down on Berlin as runners anxiously wait at the starting line of the Berlin Marathon. Suddenly, the gun goes off and runners pour out onto the course as the massive crowd of spectators erupts in cheers. At the front of the pack is Eliud Kipchoge, a legendary Olympic marathon runner that...

D-Wade’s Last Dance

D-Wade’s Last Dance

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor

September 23, 2018


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On Sept. 18, basketball star Dwyane Wade thrilled fans when he announced to the world that he would push his retirement back another year for one final season with the Miami Heat. Wade, spreading the big news on a Twitter post, called his decision to remain with the Heat his "last dance." The storybook...

The Miami Dolphins Weather the Storm In Season Opener

The Miami Dolphins Weather the Storm In Season Opener

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

September 15, 2018


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The Miami Dolphins kicked off the National Football League (NFL) season on Sep. 3 at 1 P.M. against the Tennessee Titans. The much-anticipated return of starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill, after missing all of last season due to injury, was taken aback following the torrential downpour that plagued...

A Category 5 Hurricane: UM vs SSU

A Category 5 Hurricane: UM vs SSU

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

September 11, 2018


Filed under College/Professional, Sports, Top Stories

This past Saturday was a cornerstone in the history of the University of Miami football team. After coming off of a crushing loss in Week One to Louisiana State University (LSU) in Dallas, Texas, the Hurricanes were looking to bounce back in their Week Two home game against the Savannah State Tigers....

Kid Superman Swims Past Michael Phelps’s Record

Kid Superman Swims Past Michael Phelps’s Record

Jesse Zambrano, Features Editor

August 25, 2018


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On July 31, 10-year-old swimming phenom, Clark Kent Apuada, beat Michael Phelps's 23-year-old record in the 100-meter butterfly, leaving fans stunned at his ability and agility. The Long Course Far West Championships in Moraga, California, held the swim meet where many contenders gathered to compete....

A Rivalry Served Right: Djokovic Bests Federer in Cincinnati

A Rivalry Served Right: Djokovic Bests Federer in Cincinnati

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

August 22, 2018


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As he tossed his racket and sweatbands into the stands of eager fans, a tennis superstar emerged victoriously and took center court to claim his well-deserved trophy, the Rockwood Cup. While those attending the event and watching it at home chanted with joyful voices, a player sealed his destiny as...

An Education With a Promise

An Education With a Promise

Daniel Toll, Sports Editor

August 20, 2018


Filed under College/Professional, Sports

If LeBron James needed anything else to contribute to his legacy beyond the basketball court, he did so on Aug. 4 when he launched his "I Promise" school for underprivileged children in his hometown of Akron, Ohio. Primarily known for his prowess on the basketball court, King James has taken it upon...

Touching Down On the NFL Preseason

Touching Down On the NFL Preseason

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

August 17, 2018


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As the end of summer approaches, millions across the United States are preparing for the upcoming National Football League's (NFL) 2018-2019 season. Football, one of the most beloved and popular sports in the U.S., had approximately 15 million viewers tuned in for each of last year's 16 regular season...

Geraint Thomas: The First Welshman to Win the Tour de france

Geraint Thomas: The First Welshman to Win the Tour de france

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor

August 3, 2018


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Geraint Thomas made history on July 29 when, after crushing the difficult final stages of the race, he rode triumphantly into Paris and became the first Welsh rider to win the Tour de France. The 32-year-old has helped his teammates secure victories since his Tour de France debut in 2007, but the 2018 ...

Summer X Games 2018: Extreme Athletes, Extreme Sports

Summer X Games 2018: Extreme Athletes, Extreme Sports

Daniel Toll, Sports Editor

July 24, 2018


Filed under College/Professional, Sports

The Summer X Games, although not an extremely well-known sporting event, is one that requires unparalleled athletic ability and talent. Hosted, produced, and broadcast by ESPN, the Summer X Games are an extreme sports event that has been rapidly growing in popularity since its inaugural year in 1995. At...

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