Simply the best

What makes someone the best at what they do? Does it take breaking and setting new career records? Is it consistency over a long stretch of time? Does it take some sort of validation from one's peers?

In America, baseball has produced more heroes and more arguments about who's the best than perhaps anything else in sports history.


Maverick Baseball Looking to Improve in 2019

Erik Mauro CONTRIBUTOR Ever since the Omaha baseball program parted ways with former long-time head coach Bob Herold before the 2017 season, it has been a...

Baseball sweep puts team at a fork in the road

Ray Koch CONTRIBUTOR Sophomore third baseman Parker Smejkal’s at-bats start long before he steps to the plate. In fact, they start before he even puts his...

Omaha Athletics Remembers Bob Gates, Del Weber

Kenneth Pancake STAFF WRITER Over the month of January, UNO lost two of its greatest Mavericks, and the impact of both Bob Gates and Del Weber...

Kinney Makes History, throws first Omaha no-hitter since 2015

Mitchell Lienemann CONTRIBUTOR Payton Kinney, a senior right-handed pitcher for the UNO baseball team, received the NCAA National Player of the Week award for his pitching...

Arkansas advances; beats Texas Tech

Kenneth Pancake Sports Editor Texas Tech will have to beat the defending national champions a second time, if they hope to move on in the College...

Baseball prepares to be road warriors again in 2013

Just because the UNO baseball team is the new team on the block doesn't mean they intend on easing their way into Division I baseball. In their second official year as a D-1 baseball team, and first as a full-time Summit League member, Head Coach Bob Herold wants to dive right in, especially when it comes to scheduling.
 


Spring swing split: Mavericks go 2-2 opening tournament

Jackson Taylor SPORTS EDITOR Omaha vs. Eastern Michigan: L 16-3 Omaha got off to a hot start in the season opener on Friday. In the first inning,...