Women’s basketball claims come-from-behind victory

Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR At the end of the first half the women’s basketball team had a dilemma. First of all, they were down by seven...

A family tradition: Davenport chases basketball dream

Gabriel Christensen CONTRIBUTOR Basketball runs in the family for this University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Women’s Basketball player. Sophomore Remy Davenport has been playing ball...

Mavs lose upset bid to Emporia in final minute

The women's basketball team fell just short of another massive upset Saturday at Sapp Fieldhouse, losing 62-57 to No. 20 Emporia State.


Erickson recognized for “good works” on and off the court

By Blake Dickinson, Contributor Helping the community has been a goal of Kyler Erickson’s long before he even knew about the Allstate Good Works award....

March Madness gets the best of men’s basketball

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR It was exciting. It was fun. It was impressive. But most people would choose the word “heartbreaking” to describe the University of...

Simmons adjusts form to improve shots from long range

Junior guard Justin Simmons has filled a role the Mavs have so desperately needed in 2012/13.  The graduation of former leading scorer Mitch Albers left the team without a reliable scorer.
But Simmons has picked up the slack, averaging 14.6 points on the season and 20.5 in his last eight games. Some of that scoring success can be attributed to improving his 3-point shot, something Simmons has been focusing on lately.
Simmons changed his shot back to the form he developed his last year in junior college.
 


Omaha suffers first home loss to South Dakota State

Ray Koch SPORTS EDITOR Mike Daum. The name probably brings a scowl and maybe, just maybe a “screw that guy,” phrase to your mouth. Yes, he has...

Men’s basketball falls late to Fort Wayne

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor It was a disappointing result on Saturday afternoon for the men’s basketball team as they fell to a late push by Fort Wayne...