Mavs Fall 2-0 at Wisconsin- Green Bay

The women's soccer team became the first UNO sport to compete in a Division I contest, falling 2-0 at Wisconsin-Green Bay Friday night.  Hekla Palmadottir scored both goals for the Phoenix who outshot the Mavs 23-8 overall and 7-5 in shots on goal.


Men’s soccer goalie and international athlete

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR His favorite post-game ritual was pealing apart a Fruit by the Foot in the Florida humidity. Joseph Ghitius, a senior at the University of...

Omaha Falls to No. 11 Clemson

Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR On the berm, the dogs were all bark. But on the field, the players were all bite, accruing 39 fouls between the...

Facebook singing contet sends Michaels to sporting KC stage

Andrew Nelson, Contributor Last weekend, hours after another Omaha women’s soccer win, one of their very own was getting ready to road trip to Kansas...

2019 Summit League Women’s Soccer Preview

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR There may be few conferences where it’s as difficult to make the post-season as it is in the Summit League women’s soccer...

After a Winless August, Women’s Soccer Starts September 2-1

Justin Kies CONTRIBUTOR August was not friendly to the women’s soccer team. Ending the month with just four losses and a tie, including three games decided by...

Short roster, long challenges

The average Summit League women's soccer roster is made up of just over 27 players.  UNO will have nowhere close to that luxury in 2012.
 


Omaha men’s soccer loses to UCLA in exhibition game

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR It’s hard to look at a team on paper and figure out just how all the players will play together. Only when a...