Q&A with Barry Schutte: Part I

Barry Schutte enters his third season as associate head coach at Miami after holding an assistant position at Bowling Green for the previous nine campaigns. Miami associate coach Barry Schutte (Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). Obviously, recruiting is one of assistant coaches' main jobs, and it's been an area in which the RedHawks have struggled for a while. … Continue reading Q&A with Barry Schutte: Part I

Green was a giant for Miami

OXFORD, Ohio – On stats alone, Gordie Green is among the best players ever to dress for Miami. The team captain has climbed into the top 40 on the team's all-time points leaderboard. He finished this season third in the conference in points with 36 and was named to the all-NCHC's second team. Green twice … Continue reading Green was a giant for Miami

Miami shuts out Omaha again

OXFORD, Ohio – Senior Ryan Larkin made sure to etch his name into the Miami record book in his final game at Cady Arena. Miami's Ryan Larkin (photo by Cathy Lachmann). Larkin stopped 29 shots as the RedHawks blanked Nebraska-Omaha, 4-0 on Saturday, giving the goalie and MU consecutive shutouts for the first time since … Continue reading Miami shuts out Omaha again

Larkin, Miami blank Omaha

OXFORD, Ohio – What a kickoff to Senior Weekend for Ryan Larkin. Miami's Ryan Larkin (photo by Cathy Lachmann). The senior goalie, playing in his final home series for Miami, stopped 19 shots en route to blanking Nebraska-Omaha, 3-0 at Cady Arena on Friday. And he picked up an assist, marking the first time an … Continue reading Larkin, Miami blank Omaha

Miami salvages tie vs. No. 1 UND

OXFORD, Ohio – Miami was held to a season-low 16 shots on goal, including seven in the final 40 minutes of regulation. Miami's John Sladic (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). But John Sladic backhanded a puck in with 2:34 left in regulation as the RedHawks salvaged a 4-4 tie vs. No. 1 North Dakota at Cady … Continue reading Miami salvages tie vs. No. 1 UND

Recapping Miami’s turbulent first half

There were encouraging times and frustrating times, but ultimately Miami finished the first half of its first season of the millennium without Enrico Blasi at the helm with a record of 4-10-3. Considering the turmoil surrounding this team the past couple of campaigns, that's about on par with the expectation level for the first three … Continue reading Recapping Miami’s turbulent first half

Miami drops UMD on late goals

OXFORD, Ohio – Chris Bergeron certainly made his NCHC home coaching debut memorable. Miami had one victory in its previous 17 meetings with No. 6 Minnesota-Duluth heading into this weekend, but on Friday the RedHawks scored twice in the final four minutes to edge the Bulldogs, 3-1 at Cady Arena. MU snapped a nine-game losing … Continue reading Miami drops UMD on late goals

Preview: Ferris St. at Miami

Miami and Ferris State were annual foes when they were conference mates in the CCHA, but since that league dissolved and the teams joined different leagues they have not renewed their all-time series. That ends this weekend, as the Bulldogs visit Oxford for the first time in 10 years, as their last overall meeting came … Continue reading Preview: Ferris St. at Miami