Women’s tennis team learns discipline

The UNO women's tennis team is making dramatic improvements as it moves into its third season in the MIAA - the power conference in Division II tennis.


Grigoreseu struggles at ITA Masters

Sam Lauritsen CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha Men’s Tennis team started their season this weekend at the Oracle ITA Masters tournament in Malibu, California...

Men’s tennis sweeps, then swept

Men's tennis went from peaks to valleys in midweek action, sweeping Concordia 7-0 then facing defeat by the same margin in a 7-0 loss to Creighton.  Wednesday the Mavs rolled, winning all singles and doubles matches en route to the sweep of Concordia.  Less than 24 hours later the tables were turned, and it was Creighton getting the clean sweep against UNO.


Men’s tennis blanked by UMKC

UMKC 7, Omaha Mavericks 0 Singles competition 1. Airam Castellano (UMKC) def. Colin Buckley (OMAHA) 6-1, 6-2 2. Uldis Gaismins (UMKC) def. Matt Dunn (OMAHA) 6-3, 6-7...

Busy weekend for men’s tennis

The UNO men's tennis team split weekend action in Kansas City, falling to UMKC 7-0 Friday morning then dropping Emporia State 6-3 in the afternoon.  Though the Mavs were unable to earn any points against UMKC, one of the Summit League's best squads, UNO quickly pushed the loss under the rug and went back on the court to sweep doubles and split singles against Emporia State.


Sanuik keeps it simple when picking his singles lineups

Finding the right lineup is critical to success for any team.  In college tennis, it may be even more so.  Although a team can secure a point by winning two of three doubles matches, six of seven points are determined in singles.
Thus, setting the top six has been UNO coach Mike Saniuk's biggest decision of the week.  Fortunately he doesn't spend too much time or energy mulling over the lineup for his women's team.
 


Tennis uses spring break for team building in South Carolina

Tennis coach Mike Saniuk says lengthy trips away from home offer mixed blessings.  In some situations, being around one another on a day-by-day basis allows for bonding and team building.
 


Tennis gets Division-I test

One of the goals set by Head Coach Mike Saniuk and the UNO men's and women's tennis teams was getting a win over a Division-I program.  Both teams came up short Friday at Hanscom Park in a matchup with South Dakota State.