Baseball Drops Home Opener

UNO walked three of the first four BYU batters and allowed the first five hitters to score en route to dropping their first home game of the season 19-9.  The Mavs came back to get within 8-4 but a six-run top of the fifth was more than UNO could withstand.

Back to work: Omaha looks to rebound after a disappointing 2015

Jackson Taylor SPORTS EDITOR The Omaha baseball team is looking to reload this year after a disappointing 2015 campaign. The Mavericks went 21-31 (12-18 Summit League)...

New head coach Evan Porter ready to lead

Ray Koch CONTRIBUTOR From 2005-2009, Evan Porter was the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s do-it-all shortstop. A two-time All-American, Porter left UNO as a career .372...

Former Mavericks playing professionally

Cammille Kammerer SPORTS EDITOR The UNO baseball program sent two former Mavericks into in the 2016 MLB draft. Outfielder Cole Gruber and pitcher Robert Calvano were...

Omaha Baseball and Ohio battle it out in Emerson, GA

Andrew Nelson CONTRIBUTOR The Omaha Mavericks (3-7) haven’t found an ounce of luck at the plate, or on the mound since going 2-1 on opening weekend....

Maverick baseball blanks Lopers 5-0

The UNO baseball team was back in Omaha Tuesday to take on in-state rival Nebraska-Kearney.  Seven Maverick pitchers took the mound, scattering six hits and keeping the Lopers off the scoreboard in a 5-0 victory.

For Davies, 30 really is the new 20

One of Tyler Davies' teammates once asked him, "What was the Great Depression like?"

Mavs fall in MIAA championship

The UNO baseball team clawed its way through the losers' bracket but fell two wins shy of the MIAA tournament championship held May 12 through 15. After an opening round win in Kansas City, the Mavs dropped their next game to Emporia State, then rebounded for two more wins before losing to eventual champion Central Missouri.