New TD Ameritrade provides shining CWS experience

The dust has settled and the baseball, grilling and partying are over. The first College World Series held at the brand new TD Ameritrade Park wrapped up with South Carolina's 5-2 win over Florida on June 28, completing a championship series sweep and giving the Gamecocks their second straight title.


Meet Mav hockey’s newest captains

With a new year and a new season, the Mavericks look to three new hockey captains to lead the team on the ice. 


New sports communication class offered this spring

By Andrew Nelson, Contributor The University of Nebraska at Omaha is offering a new course this upcoming Spring semester for those students interested in the...

Aneloski Taking the Reins at the Blue Line

As the UNO hockey regular season commenced last weekend, several storylines came to the forefront. 

Could the 10 freshmen additions to the roster have the same impact as last season?  How would the Mavs deal with the suspension of Alex Hudson?  Will John Faulkner develop some consistency with a lead, and on the second game of a weekend series?


UNO’s HPER pool closed for maintenance

University of Nebraska at Omaha swimmers will have to relocate their water play for a few weeks as the HPER pool will be closed...

Sorensen Shines in Denver

The UNO volleyball team traveled to Denver for the Colorado Premier Challenge last weekend, earning their second win of the season but dropping three others to go 2-10 on the year.  The Mavs' lone victory came in a 3-2 set win in Friday's 3:30 p.m. match against Cal Baptist.


Unfriendly Welcome

The schedule maker didn't do UNO any favors in the Mavs' opening weekend of Summit League play.  South Dakota State and North Dakota State, two teams picked to finish in the top three of the conference, came to Omaha on back-to-back nights.


Women’s basketball nearly makes the Summit League Championship

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s women’s basketball team hit the road to Sioux Falls, South Dakota last week in hopes of...