Revamped hockey team ready for challenging season

Justin Kies CONTRIBUTOR The 2017-18 UNO men’s hockey season is finally here and will begin with an exhibition game against Nipissing University on Oct. 6 at...

Cross Country finishes fourth at Colorado

As a team, the Mavs finished with 93 points.  Colorado, running at its home course, won with 19 points.


This month in UNO history: A look at UNO sports, originally printed December 11,...

Mike Moran Original Headline: Old Sport Gets New Twist As Brave OU Students Try The Arts Of Curling; Help! The ancient sport of curling, long a...

Men’s basketball on three-game losing streak

UNO allowed Washburn to get out to an 11-0 lead Saturday afternoon, and the Ichabods ran away from the Mavericks 78-56.  UNO got only two assists on 17 baskets and found themselves in a 19-point hole by the end of the first half.


Students hit the road to support men’s basketball team

Ben Helwig Contributor Saturday at noon, a bus full of students loaded up from the campus parking lot. Decked out in black, red and white,...

UNO Alum set to open Fearless Fitness in Papillion

In December 2010, Jessica Powers graduated from UNO with a B.S. in exercise science.  Less than a year later, Powers is putting her degree into practice by becoming the owner of a new gym in downtown Papillion.


Women’s basketball closes home schedule with loss

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR In the final home game of what has been a rollercoaster of a season, the Omaha women’s basketball team fell to Summit League...

Finding the tempo

Rose Shires and the UNO volleyball team are no different than any other team on campus.  The youth of the team is going to force freshmen on the floor in order to make a starting lineup.