Mavs take two at Southwest Baptist

The UNO baseball team took two road wins at Southwest Baptist on Friday. The Mavs (5-2, 3-1 MIAA) beat the Bearcats 8-2 in game one and 8-3 in game two.  UNO rebounded to win the last three games of the four-game series against the Bearcats after dropping Thursday's opener 11-8.


Coach Patton Shearer resigns

UNO women's basketball coach Patty Patton Shearer announced her resignation on Wednesday, ending a seven-year run as head coach of the Mavs.


Jamaicans dominate, Mavs place fourth at MIAA Championships

The UNO track and field team finished fourth this past weekend at the MIAA Indoor Track and Field Championship in Warrensburg, Mo.


Entire wrestling team qualifies for nationals

UNO captured the Super Region 2 wrestling championship last weekend in Findlay, Ohio. They did so in dominating fashion. All 10 Mavs qualified for the national championship tournament in Kearney on March 11 and 12.


Purslow brings consistency, tenacity

Leadership was a priority for the Mavs coming into the 2010 hockey season. There was the move to a new conference, the addition of 10 freshmen to the lineup and a five-year gap since the team last played in the NCAA tournament.


Mavs end regular season with victory

The UNO men's basketball team didn't allow Pittsburg State to ruin Senior Day, winning 85-69 Saturday at Sapp Fieldhouse. Fittingly, seniors led the way.


Mavs split with Denver, take over third in the WCHA

During Saturday's game, Denver's Jason Zucker put his 20th goal of the season past Mav goaltender John Faulkner a minute into the second period resulting in a 4-2 victory for the Pioneers and a split for the weekend. With the split, and a weekend that saw fellow third place Minnesota-Duluth go 0-1-1, UNO took over sole possession of third place in the WCHA.

Nebraskan Max Baer Portrayed Unfairly in “Cinderella Man”

Think about some of the greatest boxers of all time and you're likely to conjure up images of Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, Joe Louis and Sugar Ray Robinson.  But, it would be difficult to discuss all-time greats or the history of the sport without mentioning "Madcap Maxie."