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Wolf, Smith Named Miami Athletes of the Week

11/28/2022 Basketball NCAA College Miami University via Miami University RedHawks
Wolf, Smith Named Miami Athletes of the Week

For their performances last week, Ivy Wolf and Billy Smith are Miami’s Athletes of the Week, presented by Skyline Chili for the week of Nov. 28.

RedHawks to Play UAB in HomeTown Lenders Bahamas Bowl

11/27/2022 Football NCAA College Miami University via Miami University RedHawks
RedHawks to Play UAB in HomeTown Lenders Bahamas Bowl

NASSAU, Bahamas — The HomeTown Lenders Bahamas Bowl announced on Saturday evening that the Miami University football team will play the University of Alabama at Birmingham on Friday, Dec. 16. Opening kickoff is set for 11:30 a.m. and will be carried live on ESPN.

Miami Drops Series Finale to No. 16 MSU

11/27/2022 Hockey NCAA College Miami University via Miami University RedHawks
Miami Drops Series Finale to No. 16 MSU

OXFORD, Ohio — The Miami University hockey team dropped a non-conference game to No. 16/16 Michigan State by a score of 4-0 Saturday night at Steve “Coach” Cady Arena. Logan Neaton made X saves in net for Miami (5-9-2, 1-6-1 NCHC). Karsen Dorwart scored three goals for Michigan State (11-4-1, 5-2-1 Big Ten).

Miami Takes Down Little Rock 80-67

11/26/2022 Basketball NCAA College Miami University via Miami University RedHawks
Miami Takes Down Little Rock 80-67

OXFORD, Ohio— The RedHawks never trailed, gaining their second victory of the season and defeating visiting Arkansas at Little Rock 80-67 Saturday afternoon. Mekhi Lairy recorded 25 points and six assists. Billy Smith contributed 18 points as well.

RedHawks Fall at Evansville, 97-72

11/26/2022 Basketball NCAA College Miami University via Miami University RedHawks
RedHawks Fall at Evansville, 97-72

EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Sophomores Ivy Wolf and Maddi Cluse combined for 45 points, but it was not enough as the Miami University women’s basketball team dropped a 97-72 decision to Evansville on Saturday afternoon. Evansville (2-2) shot 54% from the floor, compared to Miami’s (1-4) 39.7%.