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August 26, 2002 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
John Rochford of Mainland High in Atlantic County, considered among the best high school linemen in the area, has made a verbal commitment to attend the University of Miami. The 6-foot-3, 290-pound Rochford told the Miami coaching staff of his decision late Saturday. During the spring, he had made unofficial visits to Miami and Penn State. Rochford said that he was also considering North Carolina, Maryland, Boston College, Iowa and Wisconsin. According to NCAA rules, a high school football recruit may not officially sign a letter of intent until Feb. 5. "I really liked the school and loved the coaching staff," Rochford said.
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January 30, 2004 | By Sam Carchidi INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Dwayne Hendricks, the all-American defensive end from Millville High, has made an oral commitment to attend the University of Miami on a football scholarship, Millville coach Dave Heck said last night. The 6-foot-4, 250-pound Hendricks, The Inquirer's South Jersey defensive player of the year last fall, had narrowed his choices down to Miami or Virginia. He also visited Iowa and Michigan. Miami's defensive linemen are coached by Greg Mark, the former Pennsauken standout. "Dwayne's always gotten along well with Greg, and Miami is really the place he's always wanted to go," Heck said.
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December 5, 2011 | Associated Press
MIAMI - Once-woeful Miami won for the fourth time in its last five games on Sunday, beating Oakland 34-14. Reggie Bush ran for 100 yards and a touchdown, Matt Moore had a hand in two TDs and Kevin Burnett returned an interception 34 yards for Miami's final score. The surge came after the Dolphins (4-8) lost their first seven games. In the past five weeks they've outscored opponents 139-54, with the lone loss a one-point defeat at Dallas on Thanksgiving. "We've been on a wild ride here," Moore said.
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August 27, 1994 | By Brian Miller, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Brooklawn has lost its opening game at the 68th American Legion World Series, in Boyertown. But coach Joe Barth and the New Jersey team's star pitcher, Jack Marcellus, say the young squad still has a solid shot at staying alive in the double- elimination tournament and winning the national title Tuesday at Bear Stadium. A strong and experienced Miami team used one big inning yesterday to slip past Brooklawn, 5-3, dropping Post 72 into the losers' bracket. Brooklawn was scheduled to play in the second game of a doubleheader this morning against Bedford, Va., which lost last night to Salem, Ore., 4-1. "We still have plenty of pitching, and that's what you need in the losers' bracket," Barth said.
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January 30, 2002 | By Mel Greenberg INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Everything is happening in threes for the Villanova women's basketball team. The Wildcats, who live and die with the three-point shot, are hitting them with ease to stay among the leaders in the crowded Big East race. Well, actually, 'Nova remains in the logjam of teams fighting for second behind top-ranked and unbeaten Connecticut. Last night, junior Katie Davis became trey-happy and Villanova overwhelmed Miami, 80-52, at the Pavilion. Davis reached a career high in three-pointers made after she shot 7 for 11 from beyond the arc. Going 9 for 13 from the field, she finished with 27 points, her career high.
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May 28, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
The University of Miami's executive committee of the board of trustees will meet today to discuss moving from the Big East to the Atlantic Coast Conference. The university also will host the first of three ACC site visits Friday, the next step in a likely relocation that could drastically change the landscape of college athletics. Miami's executive committee will eventually vote on whether to join the ACC, but university officials don't expect it before the site visit. Teams of ACC officials including an athletic director, faculty representative and conference office official will travel to Miami tomorrow and tour the school's facilities Friday, according to a university source.
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December 10, 1997 | Daily News Wire Services
For the final 42 seconds, Wally Szczerbiak had to stand and watch. When the buzzer sounded, he was back in the middle of things, just as he'd been all night. Szczerbiak scored 29 points and host Miami of Ohio withstood a late rally by seventh-ranked Xavier, holding on for an 80-72 victory last night. Hundreds of fans chanted "Overrated," stormed the court and surrounded Szczerbiak and his teammates after the RedHawks' first victory over a Top 10 team in 24 years. "I wanted this one so bad," said Szczerbiak, a junior forward who fouled out with 42 seconds left and Miami (5-1)
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August 1, 2003 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Defensive lineman Nate Robinson, one of the highest-rated recruits in the country last year, has decided not to enroll at the University of Miami and will instead play at Rutgers. Robinson, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound tackle from Irvington, N.J., signed with Rutgers on Wednesday, after Miami would not declare him academically eligible. Robinson's SAT score of 800 meets the NCAA minimum for high school students with a 3.0 grade point average but is 20 points shy of Miami's institutional standard.
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January 28, 1998 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The final visit for Pennsauken's Howard Clark made a lasting impression. Clark, an Inquirer first-team all-South Jersey linebacker, said yesterday that he had made an oral commitment to the University of Miami. Clark, a 6-foot-2, 218-pounder who can run a 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds, made his decision after returning from his recruiting visit to Miami on Sunday. It was the fifth and final visit for Clark, who also toured Nebraska, UCLA, Florida State and Wisconsin. According to NCAA rules, he may not sign a letter of intent until next Wednesday.
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August 31, 1994 | By Brian Miller, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Miami used a superb pitching effort by Fernando Rodriguez and a balanced hitting attack to rout Chino (Calif.), 9-0, and claim the 68th American Legion World Series title last night in Boyertown. Rodriguez, a 19-year-old righthander who recently transferred to Florida International University from Alabama, did not allow an earned run in 32 innings through the Southeast Regional competition and the World Series. Last night, he struck out six, walked just one, and allowed five hits.
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February 25, 2015 | BY BOB COONEY, Daily News Staff Writer cooneyb@phillynews.com
MIAMI -  In a lot of ways, the current crop of both the 76ers and the Miami Heat are very similar. Both sets of players are trying to learn one another after a bevy of moves and some recent injuries have changed their rosters. The big difference, of course, is that the Sixers are looking ahead to the distant future, while the Heat is trying to look ahead to a possible playoff spot this season. Miami handed the Sixers their 10th consecutive road loss last night, using a huge third quarter to break open a close game and grab a 119-108 win in improving to 24-31.
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February 12, 2015 | BY SHAMUS CLANCY, Daily News Staff Writer clancys@phillynews.com Third in a series of NL East previews
  TAKING A LOOK at the Miami Marlins: Manager: Mike Redmond Last 5 years: 2014: 77-85, third place; 2013: 62-100, fifth; 2012: 69-93, fifth; 2011: 72-90, fifth; 2010: 80-82, third Additions: 2B Dee Gordon, 1B Michael Morse, RHP Dan Haren, OF Ichiro Suzuki Subtractions: RHP Chris Hatcher, RHP Anthony DeScalafani What to expect: In November, the Marlins inked rightfielder Giancarlo Stanton to a 13-year contract...
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January 24, 2015 | By Walter Villa, For The Inquirer
CORAL GABLES, Fla. - The first sign that things are different now for Ja'Quan Newton is his attire. He arrived to a media session on Wednesday wearing warm-up pants and a T-shirt - not his normal January winter wardrobe. Another radical change for Newton, a 6-foot-2 freshman point guard for the Miami Hurricanes, is his playing time. After a brilliant prep career at Neumann-Goretti High - he was ranked the No. 1 prospect in Pennsylvania and No. 37 in the nation, according to Rivals.com - Newton is now a reserve, averaging 12.6 minutes per game.
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January 20, 2015 | By John Smallwood, Daily News Columnist
SOME STORIES just need to be passed along in as many forums as possible. It doesn't matter if there is no real connection to your area of coverage or typical daily content. Some stories are so good that as many people as possible need to be made aware of them, just because they are the type of stories that make our world a little bit brighter. We had one of those in our region on Friday night when Rowan University pitcher Richie Suarez was named winner of the 2015 Most Courageous Athlete Award at the 111th Philadelphia Sports Writers Association annual dinner.
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January 6, 2015 | BY WILLIAM BENDER, Daily News Staff Writer benderw@phillynews.com, 215-854-5255
IS JOEY MERLINO still the head of the Philadelphia mob? He says no. The feds aren't so sure. But few can argue with this: He's probably the only maitre d' in the country who can do a four-month prison stint and still have a job waiting for him when he returns. Merlino, 52, must report to a federal detention center in Miami at 2 p.m. today. A Philadelphia judge ruled in October that he had violated the terms of his supervised release on a 2001 racketeering conviction by associating with an old mob pal at a cigar bar in June.
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January 5, 2015 | By Si Liberman, For The Inquirer
MIAMI BEACH - Enter the Shore Club's lobby on Collins Avenue, and you'd think you were in Marrakech. An eclectic mix of furnishings greets the eye - tufted ivory floor cushions, antique plantation chairs, hand-woven tribal rugs, white throw pillows from Kenya, and cooling white sheets dangling from the ceiling. Beyond the lobby, a miniature simulated rain forest of exotic tropical plants and foliage leads to two swimming pools and the beach. "Want some chilled bottled water?" a doorman offered as Dorothy, my wife, and I made our way into the oceanfront art deco hotel from an outside humid 92 degrees.
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December 22, 2014 | By Sally Friedman, For The Inquirer
Certain homes, like certain people, have an instant presence, a distinctiveness that's easier felt than explained. And on a Collingswood street that faces the town's expansive Knight Park, set on a rise, stands such a house. It was built in 1907 by Newton Baker Taylor Roney, who would later establish a legacy as a developer in Miami Beach with his Roney Plaza Hotel on Collins Avenue, a glamour destination early in the 20th century. The home Roney built in Collingswood, originally in the Victorian style, has gone on to become a haven for former Collingswood Mayor Michael Brennan and his wife, Jean, who treasure its legacy of longtime owners.
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November 14, 2014 | By Mike Kern, Daily News Staff Writer
ONCE UPON a time, it was the rivalry. Florida State-Miami. From 1983 to 2001 it produced seven national champions. And at least that many near-misses. If not for Miami, Bobby Bowden might have a ring on every finger. There was Wide Right I, II and III. And even a Wide Left. You can't make that up. Mostly, though, it's been a while. But last November the Hurricanes headed to Tallahassee unbeaten and ranked seventh. FSU, which was No. 3, won 41-14. Two months later the Seminoles got their first title since 1999.
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July 5, 2014 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
MIAMI - The situation called for a righthanded reliever, but Jake Diekman jogged from the visitors' bullpen that doubles as a nightclub at Marlins Park. The lefthander's task was to protect a one-run lead in the eighth inning. The heart of Miami's lineup, all righthanded hitters, awaited Diekman. He allowed two singles and threw a wild pitch to put runners on second and third. A groundout tied the game. Then pinch-hitter Jeff Baker's mammoth triple pushed Miami ahead until the Phillies responded with two runs in the ninth for a 5-4 win. "We were short in the 'pen," Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg said.
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