Miami's senior synchronized skating team
Collegiate synchronized skate team wins nationals; Senior team goes to world championshipMar 22, 2011
Miami University's collegiate synchronized skating team made history
March 5 at the U.S. National Championships, winning an unprecedented
seventh-straight national title and capturing gold for the 13th time in
The RedHawks won the national crown by an 11-point margin among a 12-team field.
Miami’s collegiate team completes its season winning three straight competitions. More details are at muredhawks.com.
Earning its best scores of the season for both programs, Miami University’s senior synchronized skating team returns to the ISU World Championships behind a second-place finish at the U.S. National Championships March 5.
After a one-year hiatus from the World Championships, Miami will represent the United States at this ISU World Championships in Helsinki, Finland April 8-9, marking the sixth appearance for the RedHawks at the World Championships in the last seven years. Details are at muredhawks.com.