Men’s basketball closes Sapp in style

Last Wednesday the UNO men's basketball team played their final game at the Sapp Fieldhouse before moving to the Ralston Sports and Event Center next season.  Alumni were in town to be honored and in-state rival Nebraska-Kearney was on the court trying to ruin all the festivities.


Women’s basketball falls against Houston Baptist

The Omaha women’s basketball team fell to 3-2 on the year after their 64-51 loss to Houston Baptist on Friday. Omaha led 33-26 at...

Omaha Men’s Basketball prepares to take on Purdue Fort Wayne

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR The first round of the Summit League men’s basketball tournament provided plenty of shocks and surprises for fans. Without a doubt though, the...

Basketball player expelled for wearing Nike wristband

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Expectations & Realities

A buddy and I have a theory about the NBA. There are NBA teams and there are association teams. Association teams typically play exceptional defense, exploit rebounds and can deliver in the half court. 


Creighton overpowers Omaha

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR While the real winner was charity, the Creighton Bluejays defeated UNO 96-67 in the men’s basketball exhibition showdown at the CenturyLink Center on...

UNO Men’s Basketball vs. IUPUI Primer

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR The up and down Mavericks will host a struggling Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis in its next home game on Feb....

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.