Men’s soccer continues home cookin’

Though they were expected to finish dead last in the league, the Mavs are currently second in the standings and may be starting to open some eyes.


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.


First win no longer elusive

The Mavs finally put a notch in the win column thanks to the lone goal from senior Danielle Archuleta nine minutes into the match.


Women’s soccer unable to finish.

A month into the season, women's soccer has yet to close the deal.  Hard work is supposed to be rewarded.


Women’s soccer unable to finish

A month into the season, women's soccer has yet to close the deal.  Hard work is supposed to be rewarded.


Short roster, long challenges

The average Summit League women's soccer roster is made up of just over 27 players.  UNO will have nowhere close to that luxury in 2012.
 


Former All-American joins men’s soccer staff

It was announced July 18 that former Creighton goalkeeper Brian Holt agreed to join the UNO soccer staff as goalkeeper's coach for 2012.  Holt is currently finishing up his first professional soccer season with the United Soccer League's Harrisburg City Islanders and will be in Omaha in late August.
 


Men’s soccer starts ‘spring phase’

In 2011 the UNO men's soccer team was brand new and expectations were tempered by the uphill climb of starting a new program.  Then the Mavs exceeded those expectations and won their first game 2-1 at UMKC.