The “New Herd” Exits Non-Conference Play With Energy

Rebecca Weis CONTRIBUTOR It is no surprise that people are calling the new volleyball squad the “New Herd” of Omaha. With 11 newcomers to the team, the...

A look back at Omaha Volleyball’s regular season

Rebecca Weis CONTRIBUTOR The Omaha volleyball team has had an impressive season this year.   With Head Coach Rose Shires winning her 500th game, Sydney Case winning...

Bailey, Schmale earn Summit League academic honors

Senior libero Kimberly Bailey and senior middle blocker Megan Schmale (photographed above) have earned spots on the Summit League’s Volleyball Academic All-League Team. To be...

Volleyball caps off strong spring

Erik Mauro CONTRIBUTOR After a rough 2017 season, the Omaha Maverick Volleyball team kicked off their spring schedule two weeks ago. They traveled for the first...

Mavs manage only 2 set wins at Bradley Tournament

UNO volleyball won just two sets all tournament and left the CEFCU Classic in Peoria, Ill. with an 0-3 record to start the season.  Friday the Mavs lost a 3-1 match to the University of Illinois-Chicago, came back for another 3-1 loss to Bradley that evening and dropped a 3-0 decision to the same Bradley team the next morning.


Sorensen Shines in Denver

The UNO volleyball team traveled to Denver for the Colorado Premier Challenge last weekend, earning their second win of the season but dropping three others to go 2-10 on the year.  The Mavs' lone victory came in a 3-2 set win in Friday's 3:30 p.m. match against Cal Baptist.


Unfriendly Welcome

The schedule maker didn't do UNO any favors in the Mavs' opening weekend of Summit League play.  South Dakota State and North Dakota State, two teams picked to finish in the top three of the conference, came to Omaha on back-to-back nights.


New position, same mindset for Claire Mountjoy

Ray Koch SPORTS EDITOR If you take one look at the UNO Volleyball roster, you’ll notice that freshman Claire Mountjoy is the only libero on the...