2016 men’s, women’s tennis preseason rankings released

Men’s Tennis Preseason Poll Rank School (1st-place votes) Pts. 1. Denver (5)- ...

Men’s tennis falls against Chicago, women lose at Lincoln

Jackson Taylor SPORTS EDITOR Men’s Tennis vs. Chicago The Omaha men’s tennis team fell on Saturday to Illinois-Chicago 7-0, snapping their two-match winning streak. The Mavericks are...

Romanian athlete brings energy to men’s tennis

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR Mixed electronic dance music is often heard during the University of Nebraska at Omaha men’s tennis practices. Razvan Grigorescu, a freshman on the...

Mens tennis picked to finish last in preseason poll

Written by Joe Gabbert   The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s mens tennis team has been picked to finish sixth out of six ranked team in...

Sanuik keeps it simple when picking his singles lineups

Finding the right lineup is critical to success for any team.  In college tennis, it may be even more so.  Although a team can secure a point by winning two of three doubles matches, six of seven points are determined in singles.
Thus, setting the top six has been UNO coach Mike Saniuk's biggest decision of the week.  Fortunately he doesn't spend too much time or energy mulling over the lineup for his women's team.
 


Tennis uses spring break for team building in South Carolina

Tennis coach Mike Saniuk says lengthy trips away from home offer mixed blessings.  In some situations, being around one another on a day-by-day basis allows for bonding and team building.
 


Tennis teams drop home matches

After picking up wins in each of their previous matches, UNO men's and women's tennis both lost last week at the Hanscom Brandeis Tennis Center.  Both teams now face a tough road slate, which won't have them back in Omaha until March 29.
The men play one more in Omaha on March 9 against Oral Roberts, then hit the road for matches at Hilton Head, S.C.  The women play their next three matches in Des Moines, three more after that in Kansas City, then join the men's team in South Carolina mid March.
 


Despite youth, Saniuk says women’s tennis set up well for the future

Despite being picked to finish last and second to last in conference, the Omaha men's and women's tennis teams have both gotten off to encouraging starts.
The women's squad is off to a perfect 2-0 after a 7-0 blowout win over Nebraska Wesleyan, followed by a hard fought 4-3 victory over former North Central Conference rival North Dakota.