Clutch Ability in Late-Game Situations Carrying Mavs to Success

Omaha’s Brett Barney tries to win a rebound against Northern Arizona. Photo by Maria Nevada. Kenneth Pancake

Duke Struggling Without Coach K

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR Duke University’s men’s basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski will sit out a few games this season due to a back injury. The...

Mavs fall short of regional tournament bid

Top seed Missouri Southern beat fourth-seeded UNO 88-85 in the semifinals of the MIAA Men's Basketball Championship in Kansas City, ending the Mavericks' season.

Mikaela Shaw shines despite tough year

By Andrew Nelson, Contributor Last Wednesday, most of the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus was closed on a declared snow day, but that didn’t...

Basketball starts conference play 0-2

The Mavericks' rebounding woes continued Friday night with a 98-69 loss to No. 14 Fort Hays State. In their last two games, the Mavericks have been out rebounded 94-51. An injury to sophomore center Josh Lynch continues to hamper UNO's inside presence, forcing the Mavs to start four guards. The injury also puts the rebounding burden on UNO redshirt freshman center John Karhoff.


Men’s Basketball Plays Very Different Games Against Northern Arizona and Colorado

Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR Coach Hansen has said it multiple times: in a one-bid league like the Summit League, the goal is to be the most...

‘Resilient’ Mavs run streak to three games

UNO turned a three-point gap into a 19-point gulf over the final six first-half minutes, coasting to a 93-67 win Saturday over Emporia State.

Women’s basketball hits road for Thanksgiving trip

After making new head coach Chance Lindley's debut at Sapp Field House a successful one, the UNO women's basketball team took to the road for games last Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.  The three-game stretch included a matchup with #14 Kentucky, a trip to Division II West Vi