The Miami Hurricanes beat the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at the Bank United Center on Wednesday night. As the underdogs, the Hurricanes won and had the crowd of over 5,000 people up on their feet cheering on the team. President Donna Shalala and Miami Heat President and former coach Pat Riley were also in attendance as the Miami Hurricanes beat the Wake Forest team.
At half time, the Canes led 29-26 and played well in the second half, scoring 25-8 over the first 9:10 of the half. Senior Jack McClinton scored 14 consecutive points for the Canes and they led the entire second half. Adrian Thomas’ final 3-pointer sealed the score at 79-52 and fans rushed the court to celebrate the season high 32-points, the largest margin of victory over a top 10 opponent in the University of Miami’s history.
The Hurricanes won after a three-game losing streak at the start of a three-game stretch against Top 10 teams. The Canes will travel to North Carolina on Saturday to face off against No. 4 Duke and will play at home on Feb. 15 against No. 3 North Carolina. For more information on the Men’s Basketball Team, click here. LET’S GO CANES!