|Member Profile: Jim Samocki ’92 |
A former Miami Baseball student-athlete, Jim Samocki still proudly flies his Red and White Miami “M” flag at his Cincinnati home on game days and loves being asked where he went to school.
|Meet Your RedHawks: Bonnie Lynch, Synchronized Skating |
While the idea of whipping around the ice with 18 of your best friends may not seem all that practical to the average person, according to junior Bonnie Lynch—a two-time national champion with Miami’s collegiate synchronized skating team—learning to pull together, put aside your differences and function as a cohesive unit is an invaluable life experience.
|Staff Profile: Lisa Miller, Director of Compliance |
A native of Australia, Lisa Miller was a tennis student-athlete at the University of Maryland when she was inspired to pursue intercollegiate athletics administration as a career. That path eventually led her to Miami University, where she is director of compliance and leads the effort to educate Miami’s student-athletes, coaches and fans about NCAA rules.
|Compliance Q&A: |
Q: A booster (representative of athletics interests) has two spare bedrooms available in his house this summer while his children study abroad. Can the booster reach out to incoming first-year student-athletes and offer them free or reduced-rate summer housing so they can spend the summer in Oxford?