Omaha Baseball looks to 3-peat

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha men’s baseball team enters its last year of Division I transition looking to win...

Giving back makes for a better community and baseball players

By Blake Dickinson, Contributor With countless scandals and examples of poor character and leadership in sports littering today’s headlines, it’s encouraging to know that there...

Mavs fall in tough contest verses Nebraska

Last Wednesday night, the Maverick baseball team fell to in-state rival Nebraska 17 to 6 at Haymarket Park in Lincoln. The meeting on the...

UNO Baseball and Summit League Preview

Written by Joe Gabbert   University of Nebraska-Omaha Despite starting out with an 0-3 record, the University Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks were picked to finish first in the Summit...

Lessons of early season adversity starting to pay off for baseball team

The bats came alive, the pitching came through and the first full weekend of Summit League competition ended with UNO sitting atop the conference.  A double-header sweep of Fort Wayne on Friday and Oakland on Sunday left the Mavs 4-0 in the league, two games ahead of their closest competitor.

Friday brawl refocuses Mavericks for big win Saturday

When a pickle between UNO's Alex Schultz and the left side of the North Dakota infield resulted in a benches clearing scuffle Friday afternoon, it may have created a time bomb.

Baseball prepares to be road warriors again in 2013

Just because the UNO baseball team is the new team on the block doesn't mean they intend on easing their way into Division I baseball. In their second official year as a D-1 baseball team, and first as a full-time Summit League member, Head Coach Bob Herold wants to dive right in, especially when it comes to scheduling.

Simply the best

What makes someone the best at what they do? Does it take breaking and setting new career records? Is it consistency over a long stretch of time? Does it take some sort of validation from one's peers?

In America, baseball has produced more heroes and more arguments about who's the best than perhaps anything else in sports history.