Miami trounced by UND, drops 7th straight

OXFORD, Ohio -- Miami will be the happiest team in Division I to see the calendar flip. The RedHawks finished their January slate by suffering their most lopsided home loss in 27 years, falling 8-0 to North Dakota at Cady Arena on Saturday. MU ended the month 0-6, being outscored, 32-2. The last time the … Continue reading Miami trounced by UND, drops 7th straight


Denver blasts Miami again

The similarities between the two games in this weekend series are remarkable. The bottom line is for the second straight night, Miami was blown out and blanked by Denver by an identical 7-0 score at Magness Arena on Saturday. The RedHawks were outscored, 14-0 on the weekend, their worst series since being throttled, 19-1 at … Continue reading Denver blasts Miami again

Preview: Miami at North Dakota

Miami is catching an NCAA perennial power in a rare weak moment. North Dakota is 1-3-1 in its last five games, including a loss to Arizona State in the U.S. Hall of Fame Game. But the Fighting Hawks are still ranked No. 19 in both major polls, and its four other losses came against Quinnipiac, … Continue reading Preview: Miami at North Dakota

Cisek named Miami assistant coach

With one month remaining until opening night, Miami has hired one of its former graduate assistants to fill its vacant coaching position. Zack Cisek took over as a RedHawks' assistant coach on Thursday, two weeks after Eric Rud accepted the head coaching job with Sioux Falls of the USHL. Cisek, 30, from Canton, Mich., has … Continue reading Cisek named Miami assistant coach