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Canes Pro Day tomorrow: (Jacory, Ray-Ray on list); UM Sports Hall of Fame Banquet; More Baseball

The Hurricanes are off from football practice today, but resume tomorrow morning.

Pro Day is also taking place tomorrow at Greentree Field and inside the weight room at the Hecht Athletic Center. It's closed to the public.

The recently departed Hurricanes who will be working out tomorrow are, in alphabetical order, punter Dalton Botts, linebacker Ramon Buchanan, running  back Mike James, receiver Davon Johnson, offensive lineman Ben Jones, offensive lineman Jeremy Lewis, cornerback Brandon McGee, defensive tackle Darius Smith, defensive back Andrew Swasey, safety Vaughn Telemaque and kicker Jake Wieclaw.

The other list of former Canes includes names you know well: safety Ray-Ray Armstrong, receiver Ben Bruneau, receiver Thearon Collier, running back Graig Cooper, quarterback Jacory Harris, long snapper Chris Ivory, defensive lineman Marcus Robinson and defensive lineman Andrew Smith.

2013 UM SPORTS HALL OF FAME BANQUET

   Tickets are on sale for the 2013 UM Sports Hall of Fame banquet, set for April 11 at Jungle Island. Doors open for cocktails at 6 p.m, followed by dinner at 7.

    Individual tickets are $100 each, with tables for 10 available for $1,000.

    The Class of 2013: QB Ken Dorsey (football 1999-2002), OL Brett Romberg (football 1999-2002), Don Soldinger (football assistant coach 1984-88 and 1995-2006), Jay Tessmer (baseball 1994-1995), Ed Contreras (baseball 1957-1959), Bryan Gillooly (diving 1994-1998) and Norm Parsons (administration/coaching 1972-2012).

    To purchase tickets, you can order online at www.UMsportshalloffame.com, or call 305-284-2775.

MIAMI BASEBALL BEATS MAINE, BACK TONIGHT VS. UCF

   Kudos to freshman pitcher Thomas Woodrey, who got his second win of the season by holding Maine to three hits and one run through eight innings last night. The Hurricanes won 6-2 and improved their record to 11-2.

    The Canes meet UCF at 6 tonight at Mark Light Field. The Knights (7-5) lost to North Florida 9-5 yesterday.

SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

 

 

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