Back on Track: Mavericks sweep Western Michigan over weekend

Jackson Taylor SPORTS EDITOR The Omaha hockey team got back to its winning ways over the weekend, sweeping conference foe Western Michigan 2-1 on Friday and...

Battles on Ice

The sport of hockey was built upon the frozen lakes and ponds of the Canadian countryside in the late 19th century.  Canadians, searching for an identity to define their new nation, latched on to a primitive form of lacrosse played by the native peoples of their land.
The game eventually evolved into hockey, and gave Canadians something that was uniquely theirs.  It was a game meant to capture the harsh realities of settling on the frozen landscape of a new and untamed land.
 


Pioneers sweep Omaha, hand Mavs’ first ever losses at Baxter

By Jackson Taylor SPORTS EDITOR The Omaha hockey team found over the weekend that all streaks must come to an end, after they were swept by...

Earning his way back

Another season of welcoming in a large freshman class meant a rather large unknown to the UNO hockey season.  Inconsistent play in goal only added to the uncertainty.


Mav Mania: Could you name that UNO hockey player?

The UNO Maverick hockey team has seen an increase in media attention lately due to their recent NCAA success. Obviously, the buzz around campus...

Leading through hard work: Austin Ortega

Jared Kennedy EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Many know Austin Ortega as the explosive forward for University of Nebraska at Omaha’s award winning hockey team— a dependable asset and a...

Freshman goalie contributing early

By Andrew Nelson Contributor Omaha goalie Evan Weninger’s first career start was one to remember. It came on the road, against the then No. 6/9 ranked...