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.
 


Mavericks get the sweep against hardworking Jackrabbits

By Ryan Matheny, Contributor The Omaha baseball team started off the 2015 Summit League season on the right foot with a three-game sweep of South Dakota State at...

Baseball disappoints at Werner Park

UNO's only home series of 2012 was set up to be the year's premier event.  The Mavs had the chance to play in front of the home crowd at the new Werner Park, and the seniors were being honored in between games of a double header.


CWS: Oregon State v. Washington

Justin Kies Staff Writer Monday’s, June 18, College World Series afternoon elimination game that featured a Pac-12 conference matchup in the Oregon State Beavers and Washington...

Recap: UNO Baseball vs. NDSU

Mitch Lienemann CONTRIBUTOR The UNO men’s baseball team took on the North Dakota State Bison in a double header on Thursday. The Bison were able to...

Game 4 of CWS: Florida v. Texas Tech

Justin Kies Staff Writer Game four of the 2018 Men’s College World Series between the Florida Gators and the Texas Tech Red Raiders landed the defending...

In dramatic fashion, Oregon State forces game three

Kenneth Pancake Sports Editor “I actually top spun it… I’m kind of famous for that at Oregon State,” said right fielder Trevor Larnach, describing the home...

Mavericks begin 11-game trip with series win at Fort Wayne

Jackson Taylor SPORTS EDITOR The Omaha baseball team won their second consecutive conference series over the weekend, going 2-1 at Fort Wayne. The Mavericks improved to...