Terence “Bud” Crawford brings pride to Omaha, knocks out Benavidez in final round

Ray Koch Senior Writer Omaha was never a boxing city. In fact, it wasn’t a place for anything sports related besides a AAA baseball team and...

Inspired and Inspiring Through Hockey

Elizabeth Haag CONTRIBUTOR Mike Gabinet will be starting his second season this year at UNO as the head coach of the men’s hockey team. After replacing...

Late third period goal costs Omaha hockey in second straight tie with Denver

Jordan McAlpine CONTRIBUTOR One night after seeing Denver grab an extra point with a game one shootout win, the Pioneers once again took the extra point...

Can America handle legalized sports betting? Why try it?

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-In-Chief In a CNN interview this week, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman posed a good question about legalized sports gambling: “Do you want...

Women’s basketball hits road for Thanksgiving trip

After making new head coach Chance Lindley's debut at Sapp Field House a successful one, the UNO women's basketball team took to the road for games last Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.  The three-game stretch included a matchup with #14 Kentucky, a trip to Division II West Vi


The man disadvantage

After a bounce back weekend at Michigan Tech, UNO sits tied for fourth in the WCHA standings.  A 3-3 tie then a 4-0 win plus struggles by Colorado College and Denver have the Mavs in fourth place, and within just five points of the top spot.


Seven Mavs named ITA Scholar Athletes

Ray Koch SPORTS EDITOR For most people, going to college in a new city where you don’t know anyone can be a daunting thought, but for...

Former wrestling program ‘close’ to moving to Maryville

Former members of the UNO wrestling program are close to finalizing plans to start a new wrestling program at Maryville University, a Division II school located in suburban St. Louis, according to former head coach Mike Denney.