Golf teams finish eighth, fourth at Summit League Championships
UNO's golf teams finished on a strong note.
Track and Field setting records, personal bests all across America
Track and Field sets records and personal bests across America.
Connor Larson and UNO men’s tennis aiming at future successes
When Connor Larson was being recruited out of McCook High School he was a much-heralded basketball player who had just been awarded his third All-State Honorable Mention selection in a row. His skills as a point guard and his role as captain of the Bison basketball team caught the attention of McCook Community College, Hastings College, Doane and Ottawa (Kansas).
Connor Messinger: Beating diabetes on and off the field
Connor Messinger's diabetes hasn't affected his baseball career.
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.
Golf teams trying to adjust to winter's persistence
Men’s and women’s teams have had little time on course in competition or practice
Like every other sport on campus, the men’s and women’s golf teams have had a rough go of getting the weather to cooperate in 2013. But unlike every sport on campus, it makes that much more of a difference when success is based on getting practice time outside in the elements.
Softball lineup dangerous top to bottom
Putting success into perspective is always difficult. But in the case of UNO softball there’s nothing difficult about defining 2013.
Despite battles with mother nature, UNO softball rolls on
Despite the UNO softball team posting an impressive 27-5 record so far this season, the team’s toughest opponent thus far has been mother nature.
Will the move by Creighton have an effect on UNO?
Over the past couple of years, Division I institutions and their fans have seen more changes come about than they’re used to.
Thanks to conference realignment and the proposed idea of super conferences, college athletics has changed for good.
Lessons of early season adversity starting to pay off for baseball team
The bats came alive, the pitching came through and the first full weekend of Summit League competition ended with UNO sitting atop the conference. A double-header sweep of Fort Wayne on Friday and Oakland on Sunday left the Mavs 4-0 in the league, two games ahead of their closest competitor.
Sustr departs UNO for chance with Lightning, NHL career
When Andrej Sustr left the Youngstown Phantoms of the USHL for a college career at UNO, it didn’t take long for scouts across the league to discover they might have missed out on one of the best young prospects in the game. Three years later the scouts did not make the same mistake again.
Young blood leading the way for Maverick softball
The UNO softball team is off to a 22-3 record in 2013, the best start since 2002 and the best mark in the Summit League. Though the Mavs have yet to play a home game, UNO is already two wins away from matching their win total from 2012.
How have the Mavs been so successful? Look no further than the group of young talent assembled by Head Coach Jeanne Scarpello.
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.
Board of Regents approves plan to streamline new arena
Alberts calls board approval critical step in process
Just as students were departing for spring break destinations or planning how best to spend nine days off, UNO history was being made in Lincoln. The University of Nebraska Board of Regents approved the Program Statement for the University/Community arena to be built as the new home of Maverick hockey, basketball and volleyball.
Mavs spending another WCHA playoffs on the road
For the second year in row UNO sat in position to take home ice over the last two weekends of the season but failed to earn a single point and slid all the way down to seventh place. Last year the downward spiral sent the Mavs to St. Cloud State where the losing streak extended into the first round of the WCHA.