Mavs take a chance on Lindley

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


Omaha improves to 5-0 at home with 58-53 victory over Midland

By Andrew Nelson CONTRIBUTOR The Lady Mavericks earned their fourth-straight win last Wednesday defeating the NAIA’s Midland Warriors 58-53. Omaha dominated the game on the boards out...

Women’s Basketball stumbles against ND State and Oral Roberts

  By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor The Omaha women’s basketball team suffered two defeats this week against conference opponents North Dakota State and Oral Roberts to...

The “Underground” basketball scene at UNO: Intramurals provides a good product that stems from...

Their style is popularly referred to as #A2Gunnin on Twitter. The Wednesday A League intramural team ‘Pike A2’ does that, they gun. The team...

Creighton’s Mo Watson Done For The Year

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR It was one of those freak accidents that when you saw it, you knew it wouldn’t be good. Creighton men’s basketball’s starting...

UNO men’s basketball schedule for first season at Baxter Arena

The University of Nebraska at Omaha Athletics released the full men's basketball for next season, which features road games at Colorado, at Missouri and...

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Blair-Mobley brings maturity, experience to UNO women’s basketball

Carolyn Blair-Mobley had one year of eligibility left and a decision to make.
The 5-foot-10-inch forward, originally from St. Paul, Minn., had already played for Cloud County (Kan.) Community College for one season and then at Oklahoma State for two seasons. Her senior season, Blair-Mobley took a break from basketball to earn her degree.  But she wasn't quite ready to walk away from basketball.