Forty-six Hurricane student-athletes graduated from eight schools and colleges at the University of Miami this week. Commencement exercises took place Thursday and Friday at the Watsco Center on the Coral Gables campus.
Kristina Fisher of the Miami soccer team has been tabbed to take part in U.S. U-19 Women's National Team training camp this month, as announced Monday by U.S. Soccer.
University of Miami Director of Athletics Blake James announced Monday a four-year contract extension for head soccer coach Mary-Frances Monroe.
The University of Miami Department of Athletics continued to earn high praise with its student-athlete community outreach program, as it earned a No. 3 ranking in the NCAA Team Works Helper Helper Community Service Competition.
During spring break of 2017, Jamie Brunworth and Hannah Marwede of the Miami soccer team embarked on a life-changing volunteer trip to Cusco, Peru.
Miami head soccer Mary-Frances Monroe announced Tuesday the team's slate for the upcoming 2017 season, which includes nine matches at Cobb Stadium.
Kristina Fisher of the Miami soccer team has been selected to participate in an upcoming U.S. U-23 Women's National Team training camp, as announced by U.S. Soccer.
Have a look at some of the top photos from the University of Miami soccer team's 2017 banquet.
The University of Miami soccer team hosted its yearly banquet Saturday at the Hurricane 100 Room, reflecting on its stellar 2016 season.
University of Miami student-athletes Emily Auld (women's soccer), Christopher Barr (baseball), Davon Reed (men's basketball) and Julia Schippert (women's swimming) were selected by the Atlantic Coast Conference today as the 2017 Weaver-James-Corrigan Award recipients.
Former Miami soccer standout Shannon McCarthy has officially signed a professional contract to continue her playing career, as she is set to join FC Kibi International University Charme in Japan.
Miami head soccer coach Mary-Frances Monroe announced Tuesday the signing of five high school standouts: Morgan Asumssen, Tia Dupont, Michelle Giamportone, Rachel Sorkenn and Natalie White.