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Women’s basketball leaves Sapp Fieldhouse with two wins

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor The UNO women’s basketball team played their final two games in the Sapp Field house this week and recorded two big wins over Fort Wayne...

Basketball player expelled for wearing Nike wristband

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Men’s basketball falls to North Dakota, as Hahn returns

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR The return of junior forward Mitch Hahn was not enough to spark the Mavericks to victory on Thursday night against the North Dakota...

Simmons adjusts form to improve shots from long range

Junior guard Justin Simmons has filled a role the Mavs have so desperately needed in 2012/13.  The graduation of former leading scorer Mitch Albers left the team without a reliable scorer.
But Simmons has picked up the slack, averaging 14.6 points on the season and 20.5 in his last eight games. Some of that scoring success can be attributed to improving his 3-point shot, something Simmons has been focusing on lately.
Simmons changed his shot back to the form he developed his last year in junior college.
 


Blair-Mobley brings maturity, experience to UNO women’s basketball

Carolyn Blair-Mobley had one year of eligibility left and a decision to make.
The 5-foot-10-inch forward, originally from St. Paul, Minn., had already played for Cloud County (Kan.) Community College for one season and then at Oklahoma State for two seasons. Her senior season, Blair-Mobley took a break from basketball to earn her degree.  But she wasn't quite ready to walk away from basketball.