Baseball loses two great players

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR The gut-wrenching news of the recent deaths of Yordano Ventura and Andy Marte came as a shock to anyone that had ever...

Joel Kazhila’s wild ride to follow his dreams

Ellie Brecht CONTRIBUTOR After traveling to the U.S., playing soccer for a successful academy and then committing to UNO, Omaha soccer player Joel Kazhila expected to...

The search is over UNO Hockey finds new head coach

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR DISCLAIMER. THE TOPICS AND ISSUES COVERED IN THIS EDITION ARE NOT REAL NEWS. ... HAPPY APRIL FOOLS DAY. The University of Nebraska at Omaha...

Men’s soccer plays to draw ahead of Creighton showdown

<div class="page" Justin Kies CONTRIBUTOR The UNO men’s soccer team opened up their Summit league conference play with a draw in Charleston, Illinois against the Eastern...

2013-2014 Women’s Basketball Roster Preview

The University of Nebraska at Omaha women's basketball team is looking for continued success as it rolls into only its second season of a full Division-1 & Summit League schedule.


UNO soccer coach gets a spot on MLS team Philadelphia Union

Written by Joe Gabbert Brian Holt, who joined the University Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks as a goalkeeper coach prior to the 2012 season signed a contract with...

Division I: Why this is a turning point for our university

By Zane Fletcher Editor-In-Chief As long as recent memory reaches, the University of Nebraska at Omaha has existed as little more than a third wheel to...

Hard work unrewarded

Less than 48 hours after picking up the first win of the year, UNO women's soccer was shutout by conference favorite Oakland 1-0 and dropped to 1-11, 1-1 in conference.  The Golden Grizzlies' Abigail Haelewyn had the lone score of the afternoon, scoring from 14 yards out on the right side of the Mav penalty area.