Standing Tall – Mavs prepared to rival in the Summit behind Kelly, sharpshooting

By Blake Dickinson, Contributor With the coaching staff entering its first full year together, head Omaha basketball coach Brittany Lange believes that her team can...

Bullock, Mavs win 65-49

The UNO men's basketball team beat the Nebraska Wesleyan Prairie Wolves 65-49 Saturday in front of 473 fans at Sapp Fieldhouse. It was the first regularseason game for the Mavs, who were coming off a 102-72 exhibition loss to Michigan State last Monday. UNO senior guard Tyler Bullock led the Mavs with 24 points on 9-16 shooting from the field. The 2010-2011 First-team All- MIAA selection also added seven rebounds, five assists and four steals in 31 minutes of play.


The Charge Call: How to change the game of Basketball

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR DISCLAIMER. THE TOPICS AND ISSUES COVERED IN THIS EDITION ARE NOT REAL NEWS. ... HAPPY APRIL FOOLS DAY. The home team is making a...

Mikaela Shaw shines despite tough year

By Andrew Nelson, Contributor Last Wednesday, most of the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus was closed on a declared snow day, but that didn’t...

Mavs welcome Stinnet back to Omaha with 96-84 win

UNO outlasted the Missouri Western Griffons for a 96-84 win Wednesday night at Sapp Fieldhouse, though the game itself was a side note.


Men’s basketball shines in season home opener

By Andrew Nelson, Contributor Every suited Maverick scored on the way to a highlight-filled 100-75 season opening rout of the Central Arkansas Bears Sunday afternoon....

Big stage and bright lights are nothing new for Tre’Shawn Thurman

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-In-Chief Tre’Shawn Thurman was trailing back on offense; The Omaha Central forward had been battling all day against some of the biggest...

LeBron James to play for Omaha

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR Editor's note: This story was part of our April Fool's edition of the paper and is entirely satirical. In a widely-anticipated press conference this...