Seniors Karhoff and Simmons lead Mavericks to victory

Written by Joe Gabbert The Maverick’s men’s basketball team defeated Western Illinois Saturday Feb. 8, 71-60, in a tough and scrappy contest amongst more than...

UNO alum grants men’s basketball large donation for overseas opportunity

Written by Joe Gabbert   The University of Nebraska-Omaha’s athletic department received its largest ever private gift to its men’s basketball department. The gift was made...

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...

Senior Alex Welhouse’s diverse sports career comes to an end

From a conference tournament championship in 2010 to reclassification and road games against the likes of Wisconsin and Michigan State, senior Alex Welhouse has been through more than the typical Maverick basketball player. A role player who saw little time on the floor at the beginning of his career, Welhouse quickly developed into one of the team's key weapons.
 


Women’s basketball snaps road losing streak

Despite being near the top of The Summit League all season, UNO women's basketball has struggled to find conference success on the road.  Prior to Saturday the Mavs had gone 1-4 in league road games, last winning 61-44 at Kansas City over a month ago.
But a 67-63 win at Oakland has pushed UNO back into fourth in The Summit League standings with six games to go.  The Mavs get four of those at home, only having to play two more away from the Sapp Fieldhouse.
 


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.