2021 Miami Hurricanes baseball
ConferenceAtlantic Coast Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 6
CBNo. 6
2021 record33–21 (20–15 ACC)
Head coach
Assistant coaches
  • J.D. Arteaga (19th season)
  • Norberto Lopez (6th season)
  • Matt Cleveland (2nd season)
Home stadiumAlex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field
Seasons
← 2020
2022 →
2021 Atlantic Coast Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Atlantic
No. 10 Notre Dame  x‍‍‍y 25 10   .714 34 13   .723
No. 4 NC State  ‍‍‍y 19 14   .576 37 19   .661
Florida State  ‍‍‍y 20 16   .556 31 24   .564
Louisville  ‍‍‍ 16 16   .500 28 22   .560
Clemson  ‍‍‍ 16 20   .444 25 27   .481
Wake Forest  ‍‍‍ 10 22   .313 20 27   .426
Boston College  ‍‍‍ 10 23   .303 21 28   .429
Coastal
Georgia Tech  x‍‍‍y 21 15   .583 31 25   .554
Miami (FL)  ‍‍‍y 20 15   .571 33 21   .611
Virginia  ‍‍‍y 18 18   .500 36 27   .571
North Carolina  ‍‍‍y 18 18   .500 28 27   .509
Duke  ‍‍y 16 17   .485 33 22   .600
Pittsburgh  ‍‍‍ 16 17   .485 23 20   .535
Virginia Tech  ‍‍‍ 16 20   .444 27 25   .519
x – Division champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of July 1, 2021[1]; Rankings from D1Baseball

The 2021 Miami Hurricanes baseball team represents the University of Miami during the 2021 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Hurricanes will play their home games at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. They are led by head coach Gino DiMare, in his 3rd season at Miami.

Previous season

Main article: 2020 Miami Hurricanes baseball team

The 2020 Miami Hurricanes baseball team notched a 12–4 (3–0) regular season record. The season prematurely ended on March 12, 2020 due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.

Game log

2021 Miami Hurricanes Baseball Game Log
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Canceled      Bold = Miami team member     * Non-conference game
Regular Season (0–0)
March (0–0)
Date Time (ET) TV Opponent Rank Stadium Score Win Loss Save Attendance Overall ACC Sources
Postseason (0–0)

References

  1. ^ "Baseball Standings". theacc.com. Atlantic Coast Conference. Retrieved July 1, 2021.