Stats tell the story, but the eye test isn’t lying, either.
Miami’s offense struggled again in a season ending loss.
Miami dropped to 1-1 at the NCAA Tournament Saturday.
The Hurricanes got a massive win on Friday night.
Miami is the two seed on the road where their season began.
Miami dropped to 0-4 on the season against FSU with a loss at the ACC Tournament Friday.
The Hurricanes left 11 men on base on Thursday afternoon.
The Hurricanes finished their regular season schedule with a sweep Saturday afternoon.
The Hurricanes won their final series of the regular season on Friday night.
The Hurricanes got one of their biggest wins of the season Thursday night.
The Hurricanes couldn’t get the victory in the their final home game of the season.
A late comeback gave the Hurricanes a series win on Sunday afternoon.
A dominant start from Jake Smith and a distributed attack in the lineup handed Miami Game 2.
The Hurricanes allowed 17 hits on Friday night.
Miami ran out of gas in the late innings, despite coming within two runs in the third inning.
Miami had just two hits in the opening game of the series.
Miami relied on multi-run bursts in the second and seventh innings to secure a win in the series finale.
The Hurricanes walked off for the second time this week on Tony Jenkins’ sacrifice fly to right field.
Miami’s distributed scoring gave the team its fifth series win in the conference and 20th total victory on the year.
Miami lost an important series on Saturday afternoon.
Miami had a late lead but couldn’t win on Friday afternoon.
Miami had 19 hits in a series-clinching victory.
The Hurricanes sent veteran Daniel Federman to start for the first time in multiple weeks, as the team held their visitors scoreless through the final four innings.
The Hurricanes made a couple of key plays to win the series.
Miami earned a comeback victory Friday night.