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.


Mavs make Omaha proud in Frozen Four

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor Maverick fans, students and players went to Boston this past week-end with the intent of returning as national champions. Although the Mavericks...

NCHC Quarterfinal Game 2 Preview

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor After losing game one of this best-of-three series in double overtime, the UNO Mavericks Hockey Team will need to leave...

Down and Out: Mavs season over after losing to Denver in Game 3 of...

After going three games in the first round of NCHC tournament against the Denver Pioneers, the Mavs fell Friday and Saturday after winning game...

UNO’s offensive defenseman

Any defender worth his own salt can block shots, clear pucks, protect his goalie and throw a hit with the best of them.  However, much of a team's offensive success depends on the vision and play-making ability of a skillful defenseman.


Senior captain duo excited to end year on high note

By Andrew Nelson, Contributor The chemistry between University of Nebraska at Omaha senior co-captains Dominic Zombo and Brian O’Rourke might just be one of the keys to the...

Hockey gets swept during road trip to Bemidji State

Freshman forward Johnnie Searfoss scored UNO's only goal of the series as the Mavericks got swept in last weekend's trip to fellow conference newcomer Bemidji State. It was the Mavs' first weekend without a single conference point since last year's December trip to Ferris State. The two losses at the hands of the Beavers equal the total number of losses UNO has suffered in its first 12 games of the season.