Redemption is fuel for Maverick baseball team

Ray Koch CONTRIBUTOR Tonight’s game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers has been marked on the calendars of Maverick players since their last meeting on April 5. That...

Baseball goes 4-3 in Florida

The UNO baseball team competed in the RussMatt Central Florida Invitational over Spring Break, winning four games and dropping three while also playing in the longest game in Division I this season. The Mavs opened with an 8-3 loss to Army, rattled off four in a row defeating Chicago State 8-4, LIU-Brooklyn 3-2, Bucknell 13-1 and Bradley 4-3, then dropped their final two games 5-2 to Jacksonville State and 3-1 to Northwestern.


Fall campaign in full swing

Cammille Kammerer SPORTS EDITOR While fall is typically a time where Major League Baseball starts to wrap up and head into post-season play, the Mavericks are...

Maverick baseball swept for second time this season

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor Game One Fort Wayne defeats Omaha 5-2, Fox notches career-high 13 strikeouts Junior Tyler Fox will be disappointed with the loss on Friday,...

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...

McCord inks deal with Brewers

 

At the conclusion of senior Colby McCord's UNO career, the Papillion native ranked ninth all time in games played with 163 and served the Mavs at catcher, first base and even put in some time on the mound. In four years McCord posted a career .324 average, homered nine times and knocked in 77 runs.
But Major League Baseball didn't come calling at the three-day draft June 24-26. It took a few extra weeks, but McCord's talent and consistency were eventually recognized.

Baseball drops series in Seattle

The UNO baseball team earned their second win of the year in the first game of a three-game set at Seattle.  The Mavs dropped the next two in a doubleheader and returned from a road trip to Washington 2-9 on the year.