Women’s Basketball seeks an identity to win by

Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR Omaha needs to find their niche in the Summit League. That was the message Head Coach Brittany Lange gave on media day, entering...

Omaha to potentially host Frozen Four at the CenturyLink Center

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR The CenturyLink Center can hold up to 17,560 fans. Imagine if each and every one of those seats was covered in red,...

Softball finally opens new home field, rips Kearney in doubleheader

After dropping the first game of a doubleheader 3-0 to North Dakota at the Great West Conference Cluster on March 25, UNO head softball coach Jeanne Scarpello had had enough.  It was the second time the Mavs had been shut out on the weekend and UNO had scored just 11 runs in five games.

Frozen Four (Photos)

Photos by Evan Ludes

Cross Country finishes fourth at Colorado

As a team, the Mavs finished with 93 points.  Colorado, running at its home course, won with 19 points.

Bullock, Mavs win 65-49

The UNO men's basketball team beat the Nebraska Wesleyan Prairie Wolves 65-49 Saturday in front of 473 fans at Sapp Fieldhouse. It was the first regularseason game for the Mavs, who were coming off a 102-72 exhibition loss to Michigan State last Monday. UNO senior guard Tyler Bullock led the Mavs with 24 points on 9-16 shooting from the field. The 2010-2011 First-team All- MIAA selection also added seven rebounds, five assists and four steals in 31 minutes of play.

Big day turns into delays, disappointment

The hockey gods must have been displeased with UNO, the Omaha Sports Commission or the city in general.  On perhaps the biggest day in conference history, neither the elements, the ice nor North Dakota cooperated with the plan.
After pushing the game back twice, the puck was finally dropped at the Battles on Ice at 6:35, two and a half hours after the scheduled start time.  North Dakota proceeded to ruin the party by scoring three goals by the 10:32 mark of the first period and went on to win the game 5-2.