University has new name, face

UNO revealed new logos as part of a Maverick brand makeover Thursday at Embassy Suites in La Vista.


Where do we go from here?

This story is the first in a two part series about the UNO  Athletic Department's decision to drop the football program.  The Gateway had the opportunity to interview three players three days after the announcement was made. 


Michigan ends UNO season in overtime

St. Louis - After a summer of preparation, 38 games of competition and 2,352 minutes of game time, the UNO hockey season came down to a span of just 10 minutes and 21 seconds.  In that short time span, the hopes and dreams of a Frozen Four appearance and potential national championship were wiped away.


Championship program seeks legislative support, refuses to be pinned

It's hard to beat a champion, and as UNO wrestling is coming to find out, it can be hard to be one as well.


Redeem Team

Though a weekend playoff sweep to Bemidji State puts UNO squarely on the NCAA tournament bubble, Dean Blais and the Mavs returned to business as usual on Monday afternoon.  With conference tournaments this week and selection Sunday approaching, the team is hopeful they've done enough to earn a spot in hockey's big dance.


The old school, new school clash

I caught up with UNO Athletic Director Trev Alberts on Monday. He's a busy man these days, but he let me pick his brain about his decision to recommend eliminating the university's wrestling and football programs.


Wrestling rally draws hundreds of supporters

Nearly 500 hundred people gathered Sunday for a rally at Sapp Fieldhouse to show support for the UNO Wrestling Program, which is in jeopardy of being eliminated.


Chancellor: Financial sustainability behind move to Division I athletics

The decision to recommend reclassifying UNO to Division I athletics to the Board of Regents was based on financial sustainability, said UNO Chancellor John Christensen. The proposed move would eliminate football and wrestling.