Hockey ends 2011 on a high note

Matt White, Brent Gwidt and Ryan Walters each had two goals over the winter break and UNO finished 2011 with a 2-1-1 record in its final four games of the calendar year.  Although UNO was looking for three wins in four games, going 2-1-1 over the break at least avoided disaster.  Anything less may have ruined a less than impressive NCAA tournament resume.

Omaha Hockey earns split with RedHawks

By Andrew Nelson, Contributor The twelfth ranked Omaha Mavericks (8-4-2) split a series with the fourth ranked Miami (Ohio) Red Hawks (11-5-0) in Oxford, Ohio...

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...

Mike Gabinet named new hockey head coach

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha ended its 23-day search for a new hockey head coach when the university announced Mike Gabinet...

VIDEO: UNO Mavericks lose a heartbreaker in the NCHC’s first double overtime

The UNO Mavericks lose a heartbreaker in the NCHC's first double overtime through St. Cloud State's David Morley's second goal of the night. The...

Hockey Notebook

Sitting in second place prior to the weekend, the Mavs dropped two to Wisconsin and are in danger of falling out of home ice for the WCHA playoffs.

Back on Track with a Sweep of the Seawolves

After the Mavs failed to score against Alaska-Anchorage in last Friday's 3-0 loss at the Brice Alaska Goal Rush, the Seawolves came to Omaha for a WCHA conference matchup and were swept by UNO 4-1 and 3-1.  With the two wins, the Mavs snapped a rare three-game losing streak and picked up their first conference points of the season.