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.


Creighton overpowers Omaha

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR While the real winner was charity, the Creighton Bluejays defeated UNO 96-67 in the men’s basketball exhibition showdown at the CenturyLink Center on...

The “Underground” basketball scene at UNO: Intramurals provides a good product that stems from...

Their style is popularly referred to as #A2Gunnin on Twitter. The Wednesday A League intramural team ‘Pike A2’ does that, they gun. The team...

Erickson recognized for “good works” on and off the court

By Blake Dickinson, Contributor Helping the community has been a goal of Kyler Erickson’s long before he even knew about the Allstate Good Works award....

Women’s basketball snaps road losing streak

Despite being near the top of The Summit League all season, UNO women's basketball has struggled to find conference success on the road.  Prior to Saturday the Mavs had gone 1-4 in league road games, last winning 61-44 at Kansas City over a month ago.
But a 67-63 win at Oakland has pushed UNO back into fourth in The Summit League standings with six games to go.  The Mavs get four of those at home, only having to play two more away from the Sapp Fieldhouse.
 


Mavs fall short of regional tournament bid

Top seed Missouri Southern beat fourth-seeded UNO 88-85 in the semifinals of the MIAA Men's Basketball Championship in Kansas City, ending the Mavericks' season.


Shaw leads Mavericks past Denver

Jackson Taylor SPORTS EDITOR The Omaha women’s basketball team capped off its regular season with a 70-60 home victory over Denver. The Mavericks improved to 14-14...

This week in UNO sports history: Originally printed Dec. 16, 1988

Original Headline: Coach not happy with weekend split. Last weekend’s road trip wasn’t satisfying for UNO women’s basketball Coach Chefri Mankenberg, now at 3-2. The Lady...