The 2010 UNO football season began with questions. Who will start at quarterback? Can the defense improve on its dismal performance from the year before? How far can Levi Terrell go after leading the MIAA with 159.6 yards per game on the ground the previous season?
UNO's wrestlers ended the program on a high note, capturing the program's seventh Division II title.
No matter the sport, every team that becomes a championship dynasty has that one heartbreaking loss just before its dreams are realized.
The UNO Softball team continued its winning ways this past weekend, sweeping both Central Missouri and Southwest Baptist at Claussen-Westgate Field. The four wins moved the Mavs' record to 34-6 and 11-1 in the MIAA.
It seems the UNO Wrestling team may be resurrected after all, this time in suburban St. Louis.
Bullpen Notes 4-12-11
The UNO Women's Tennis team seems to be hitting its stride when it matters most.
Last weekend at No. 1 Emporia State, the UNO baseball team was able to earn a series split, handing the Hornets their second and third losses of the season. The losses dropped Emporia out of the top spot in the MIAA standings and set up another big weekend series against a Central Missouri team ranked just ahead of the Mavs.