Miami righthander Alejandro Rosario (Miami Athletics/Ashleigh Young)

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Miami’s Rejuvenated Recruiting Machine Lands No. 1 Class Of Newcomers

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CORAL GABLES, Fla. — After Miami routed Stanford 12-1 in the 2001 College World Series finale, every player and coach flew home to celebrate with Hurricanes fans.

Except one.

Gino DiMare, who was in charge of Miami’s recruiting back then, hopped on a plane to Joplin, Missouri to scout high school players. No party to celebrate Miami’s fourth national championship for DiMare, just the first day of work toward the next season.

That is the life of a recruiter, and nobody did it better this year than the Hurricanes, who have the nation’s No. 1 newcomer class for 2020-21, according[…]

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