Golf teams trying to adjust to winter’s persistence

Like every other sport on campus, the men's and women's golf teams have had a rough go of getting the weather to cooperate in 2013.  But unlike every sport on campus, it makes that much more of a difference when success is based on getting practice time outside in the elements.
 


This week in sports: Swimming, golf and more

Swimming and diving team excels at Grinnell Invitational The Omaha swimming and diving team dominated the competition at the Grinnell Invite on Friday, earning 630...

Omaha Men’s and Women’s Golf season in full swing

Ben Helwig CONTRIBUTOR As March draws to a close, the conference tournaments for men’s and women’s golf are now in sight as they continue their seasons. The...

Sidzyik achieves ace on a scramble gamble

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-In-Chief Perfection on an individual basis is hard to come by in sports. You can always get a few more yards, shoot...

After Winter Break, UNO Golf Looks to Get Spring Season Underway

Photo Courtesy of omavs.com Ben Helwig CONTRIBUTOR Although it may not feel...

A Review of the Uprising: 2017-18 UNO Athletics

Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR The 2017-18 Mavericks had an exciting athletic season. Highlights included the men’s soccer team making their first NCAA tournament appearance and Stephanie Ahrens...

Female golfers tee up stereotypes in male-dominated game

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-in-Chief It’s a common myth that “Golf” is an acronym for “Gentleman only ladies forbidden”—yet this mindset isn’t completely untrue to the...

UNO Golf has strong showing at home invitational

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR Indian Creek may be far from the UNO campus. But for Omaha men’s and women’s golf, it felt just like home this past...