After being hired in June 2019, head coach Jennifer Ulehla said she is optimistic heading into her third but first “normal” season.
After winning six gold medals at the A-10 Championship last year, sophomore Karol Mlynarczyk is setting his sights even higher this season.
Head coach Craig Jones said the team has “underperformed” in terms of their expectations before the season began.
The Colonials have begun their fall slate on a strong note as they look to improve upon a strong semifinals appearance in the A-10 Championship last spring.
The Colonials rowed into the fall season at the Head of the Potomac race Sept. 26 for the first time since 2019.
Junior guard Sheslanie Laureano said it was a “totally different” environment when she moved to Miami to pursue collegiate basketball.
Though the team has lost fourteen consecutive games, Yohannes has posted some impressive statistics throughout the season.
Both the men’s and women’s squads became the first teams in program history to win the first two meets of a season.
After a disjointed water polo season last year, graduate student utility player Andras Levai looks to make the most of his final season with the Colonials.
Last year the Colonials took home the A-10 regular season and A-10 Championship crown and earned the program’s first berth into the NCAA tournament.