Seven Mavs named ITA Scholar Athletes

Ray Koch SPORTS EDITOR For most people, going to college in a new city where you don’t know anyone can be a daunting thought, but for...

Grigorescu is the key to success for men’s tennis

Ray Koch CONTRIBUTOR Razvan Grigorescu. If you don’t know his name now, you will by the time his tennis career is finished at the University of...

Men’s tennis drops four to end season

When the week began, the UNO men's tennis team was looking at the possibility of going the year without a win over a fellow Division I team. But a 4-3 win over Western Illinois on Monday guaranteed that wouldn't happen.


Busy weekend for men’s tennis

The UNO men's tennis team split weekend action in Kansas City, falling to UMKC 7-0 Friday morning then dropping Emporia State 6-3 in the afternoon.  Though the Mavs were unable to earn any points against UMKC, one of the Summit League's best squads, UNO quickly pushed the loss under the rug and went back on the court to sweep doubles and split singles against Emporia State.


Grigoreseu struggles at ITA Masters

Sam Lauritsen CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha Men’s Tennis team started their season this weekend at the Oracle ITA Masters tournament in Malibu, California...

Women’s tennis splits in K.C.

The UNO women's tennis team traveled to Kansas City Friday afternoon, dropping a morning matchup with UMKC 6-1 then rebounding to defeat Emporia State 6-3 in the afternoon.  In the two matches, Mav doubles only picked up one win while singles were a combined 5-7.


Saniuk steps into leadership for UNO tennis

A season ago Mike Saniuk took the reins as the head coach of the UNO men's tennis team and coached the Mavs to their best finish in three seasons of play.  UNO men's tennis went 9-9 in 2010/2011, and made it as far as the semifinals of the MIAA conference tournament.


Women’s tennis continues to shine

Andrew Nelson CONTRIBUTOR The Omaha women’s tennis team is in the midst of having their best season since 2016 and lead the Summit League with just...