Maverick baseball blanks Lopers 5-0

The UNO baseball team was back in Omaha Tuesday to take on in-state rival Nebraska-Kearney.  Seven Maverick pitchers took the mound, scattering six hits and keeping the Lopers off the scoreboard in a 5-0 victory.


Former Mavericks playing professionally

Cammille Kammerer SPORTS EDITOR The UNO baseball program sent two former Mavericks into in the 2016 MLB draft. Outfielder Cole Gruber and pitcher Robert Calvano were...

For Davies, 30 really is the new 20

One of Tyler Davies' teammates once asked him, "What was the Great Depression like?"


Omaha falls late to hard-working Huskers

By Ryan  Matheny, Contributor The Omaha Baseball team met in-state rival Nebraska for the first of two matchups this season on Wednesday night at Werner Park, where they dropped...

Mavs fall in tough contest verses Nebraska

Last Wednesday night, the Maverick baseball team fell to in-state rival Nebraska 17 to 6 at Haymarket Park in Lincoln. The meeting on the...

Werner Park worth the trip west

Some old memories die hard. In the case of the Omaha Stormchasers/Royals/Golden Spikes, it was never the team, it was always the venue.

 


Baseball Drops Home Opener

UNO walked three of the first four BYU batters and allowed the first five hitters to score en route to dropping their first home game of the season 19-9.  The Mavs came back to get within 8-4 but a six-run top of the fifth was more than UNO could withstand.


Baseball downs Iowa, gets swept at IPFW

After beating Creighton at TD Ameritrade last Tuesday, UNO ended the week with a victory at Iowa and then fell in a sweep at Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne.  Pitching and defense once again guided the way in a 3-1 win at Iowa City, but the Mavs were shut out in their first game against IPFW, lost a 6-3 decision on Saturday, then dropped 13-7 decision on Sunday.