Sophomore guard Jalen Bradley shines on court

‘Consistent’ was the word head coach Derrin Hansen said when asked to pick one to describe sophomore guard and former in-state record breaker Jalen...

Omaha improves to 4-0 in Summit League

UNO's basketball team continues Summit League play at home on Saturday for a matchup with IPFW. Tip-off is scheduled for 1 p.m. Here's a game...

Basketball pre-season review

Andrew Nelson REPORTER The University of Nebraska at Omaha kicks off their men’s and women’s basketball seasons this weekend, so here is a look at the...

Mavs take a chance on Lindley

The University of Nebraska Omaha announced Saturday the first coaching hire of its Division I era.


The Fighter: Randy Reed II overcomes personal struggles off the basketball court

Isaac Holt CONTRIBUTOR If you saw him, you would never know what he has been through, you would never know the things he has seen and...

Spartans drop Mavs 102 -72 in brotherly reunion

While the state school in Lincoln will soon be making the yearly trip to East Lansing, Mich., Monday night it was UNO coach Derrin Hansen's men's basketball team that had the honors.


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.
 


VIDEO: Omaha men’s basketball making waves in Summit League Conference

By Alex Abler The Omaha News  The Omaha men’s basketball team is making waves in the Summit League Conference. From first standing to third after a...