Women’s basketball ranked for 2016-17

Cammille Kammerer SPORTS EDITOR The University of Nebraska-Omaha women’s basketball team was picked fifth in the 2016-17 Summit League Preseaon poll Oct. 5. The ranks are...

Men’s basketball goes 2-3 over break

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor While everyone else gets to return home and see their families and friends over break, most student athletes are hard at work as...

Big stage and bright lights are nothing new for Tre’Shawn Thurman

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-In-Chief Tre’Shawn Thurman was trailing back on offense; The Omaha Central forward had been battling all day against some of the biggest...

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...

Grizzlies cool off Mavs, end win streak

Justin Simmons scored 25 points, C.J. Carter netted 21 and John Karhoff added 14 points, but Omaha men's basketball fell 96-81 to Oakland on Saturday at the Ralston Arena.  The loss ended the Mavs' three-game win streak and dropped their record to 8-17 (5-7 Summit League), while the Golden Grizzlies improve to 11-13 (6-4 Summit League).
After battling back and forth for most of the game, Oakland's dominance in getting to the line proved to make the difference.  Omaha made all seven of their free throws, but the Grizzlies were 28-of-38 and drew 23 fouls compared to UNO's 12.

Stealing the Summit: Hollins Leads Mavericks with Tenacious Defense, Passion

Gabriel Christensen CONTRIBUTOR Teamwork and passion are among the building blocks to success—According to University of Nebraska at Omaha Basketball player Tra-Deon Hollins. Currently, Hollins leads the...

Home Sweet Home

All the anticipation for men's basketball's first home game at the new Ralston Arena came to fruition Friday night.  It took UNO a little getting used to the new house but the Mavs went away a winner 77-64.

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