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  • Head Coach Mike Gabinet at practice
  • Team celebration after a goal
  • Forward Zach Jordan
  • Campus in the fall
  • The coveted Maverick Monument in front of the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation building
  • The College of Arts and Science
  • Baxter Arena
  • Faceoff at Baxter Arena
  • Forward Tristan Keck
  • Goaltender Evan Weninger
  • Forward Fredrik Olofsson

Top Headlines

WMU caps 5-point weekend with shootout win; DU clips UND in OT Saturday

Home Teams Reign Supreme to Sweep Friday’s Games

By NCHC 12/07/2018, 11:30pm EST

WMU stuns UMD in final seconds; SCSU blanks Omaha; UND downs DU; CC thumps Vermont

Rivals collide as Denver visits UND, while CC hosts Vermont in non-conference action

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Omaha

The University of Nebraska Omaha is located in America’s heartland, on the eastern border of Nebraska near the Missouri River. The metropolitan university, located in Nebraska’s largest city, was founded in 1908 and features more than 200 majors, including bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees. The diverse university features students from across the United States and more than 100 countries. After a long tradition of club hockey, UNO’s first season of collegiate hockey came in 1997-98. After two seasons as an independent, UNO joined the CCHA in 1999-2000 and then the WCHA in 2010-11. The Mavericks, who made their first Frozen Four in program history in 2015, play their home games at the on-campus Baxter Arena, which opened for the 2015-16 season and has a capacity of 7,898.


Quick Facts

Location: Omaha, Neb.
Founded: 1908
Enrollment: 15,731
Nickname: Mavericks
Colors: Crimson and Black
Chancellor: Dr. Jeffrey Gold
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Bill Wakefield
Director of Athletics: Trev Alberts
Head Coach: Mike Gabinet
Alma Mater/Year: Omaha/2004
Dir. of Media Relations: Dave Ahlers
Office Phone: 402-554-3387
Email: dahlers@omavs.com
Home Arena (Opened): Baxter Arena (2015)
Rink Dimensions: 85x200 (NHL)
Capacity: 7,898

  • Head coach Mike Gabinet at practice
  • Team celebration after a goal
  • Zach Jordan, Forward
  • Campus in the fall
  • The coveted Maverick Monument in front of the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation building
  • The College of Arts and Science
  • Baxter Arena
  • Faceoff at Baxter Arena
  • Tristan Keck, Forward
  • Evan Weninger, Goaltender
  • Fredrik Olofsson, Forward

Top Headlines

WMU caps 5-point weekend with shootout win; DU clips UND in OT Saturday

Home Teams Reign Supreme to Sweep Friday’s Games

By NCHC 12/07/2018, 11:30pm EST

WMU stuns UMD in final seconds; SCSU blanks Omaha; UND downs DU; CC thumps Vermont

Rivals collide as Denver visits UND, while CC hosts Vermont in non-conference action

Connect with uno


Omaha

The University of Nebraska Omaha is located in America’s heartland, on the eastern border of Nebraska near the Missouri River. The metropolitan university, located in Nebraska’s largest city, was founded in 1908 and features more than 200 majors, including bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees. The diverse university features students from across the United States and 117 countries. After a long tradition of club hockey, UNO’s first season of collegiate hockey came in 1997-98. After two seasons as an independent, UNO joined the CCHA in 1999-2000 and then the WCHA in 2010-11. The Mavericks, who made their first Frozen Four in program history in 2015, play their home games at the on-campus Baxter Arena, which opened for the 2015-16 season and has a capacity of 7,898.


Quick Facts

Location: Omaha, Neb.
Founded: 1908
Enrollment: 15,731
Nickname: Mavericks
Colors: Crimson and Black
Chancellor: Dr. John Christensen
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Bill Wakefield
Director of Athletics: Trev Alberts
Head Coach: Mike Gabinet
Alma Mater/Year: Omaha/2004
Dir. of Media Relations: Dave Ahlers
Office Phone: 402-554-3387
E-mail: dahlers@omavs.com
Home Arena (Opened): Baxter Arena (2015)
Rink Dimensions: 85x200 (NHL)
Capacity: 7,898