UNO Sweeps the Omaha Invitational

Rebecca Weis CONTRIBUTOR If you were to step in Baxter Arena on Sept. 1st and watch the Omaha women's volleyball team, you would have seen a...

Shires Garners 500th Win as Volleyball Rolls to a 3-0 Start

  Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR Head Coach Rose Shires has had a storied career at Omaha. She’s beaten out Tom Osborne as Omaha World Herald’s Nebraska Coach of...

UNO Volleyball setting realistic expectations for treacherous schedule

Ray Koch SPORTS EDITOR In her senior season, Sydney O’Shaughnessy knows this is her last chance at a Summit League run with the Mavericks. “The driving factor...

To the next level: Schmale signs professional contract

Cammille Kammerer SPORTS EDITOR Whether it was on the court at Elmwood-Murdock High School, or on the court as an Omaha Maverick, Megan Schmale has created...

Baxter Arena “Electric” for Omaha Challenge

Ellie Brecht CONTRIBUTOR Omaha’s first match took place on Thursday night. The Mavericks faced Kansas State and fell 3-1. Despite the loss, Omaha’s Meagan Roth finished...

Still searching for consistency

The UNO volleyball team played four matches in last weekend's UNO Showcase tournament, only managing one win over two days.  For a team that normally begins each season on a roll, the Mavs are in a very unfamiliar position.


Volleyball plays 3 matches in 4 days

The UNO women's volleyball team faced three Division I opponents last week, sandwiching a home match on Wednesday between trips to Wichita and Kansas City.  The Mavs pushed UMKC to five sets on Wednesday, while falling 3-0 to Wichita St. on Tuesday and 3-1 to North Dakota on Friday.