It’s been a quiet 24 hours in Miami Hurricanes athletics with the women’s basketball team out of the NCAA Tournament, the baseball team struggling and the football team having the day off of spring practice. But here’s the news and notes for the morning:
If you haven’t been reading Gaby Urrutia’s spring reports you should. He’s giving SOTU excellent, first-hand accounts from inside the Indoor Practice Facility.
Our Marshthomas has been putting out a mailbag piece every week or so, check out the latest edition.
Barry Jackson covers Tommy Kennedy’s struggles and other spring tidbits for the Miami Herald.
David Wilson from the Herald discusses Tate Martell’s arrival in Coral Gables.
Christy Cabrera Chirinos from the Sun Sentinel also covered Martell’s swagger.
.@emese_hof shattered the Miami single-season record with a 58.6 field goal percentage this year.— Canes Women's BBall (@CanesWBB) March 27, 2019
The senior also placed third in blocked shots (69) and No. 11 in rebounds (282). pic.twitter.com/W7GMTAudvt
Tate Martell doesn't want to be a savior for the Miami Hurricanes — he wants to get better— The Athletic (@TheAthleticMIA) March 27, 2019
Former Canes quarterback Brad Kaaya believes Martell (5-11, 210), an Ohio State transfer, has gifts that can help UM in 2019.@Manny_Navarro has the story: https://t.co/2Tkj29k2QW pic.twitter.com/JGxUR8qBxG