Senior Synchronized Skating Heads out West

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Nov. 9, 2017



OXFORD, Ohio - After getting a local competition under its belt last week, Miami's Senior Synchronized Skating team heads out west to skate in the Anaheim Ice Synchronized Fall Classic on Sunday.

Sunday's competition gets started at approximately 10 a.m. PT with the short program competition. After a break, Miami jumps into the free skate competition at 1:48 p.m. PT.

The RedHawks' senior team won the Diamond Classic in their season opener, prevailing over Adrian College in the short program (51.06-44.56), free skate (96.26-96.23) and overall standings (147.32-140.79). With a score under its belt, MU aims to make some tweaks to fine tune its performance while facing an expanded field that features three other programs from around the country.

A full recap of the day will be available following the competition on MiamiRedHawks.com.