University of Nebraska at Omaha. Department of Athletics
The University of Nebraska at Omaha Department of Athletics (sometimes called the Athletics Department or UNO Athletics) oversees all of the sports teams associated with the University of Nebraska at Omaha, dating back to the university's early history as the University of Omaha (1908-1931) and the Municipal University of Omaha (1931-1968). Specific sports offered by the university have varied over time. As of 2014, women's teams include basketball, cross country/track and field, golf, soccer, softball, swimming/diving, tennis, and volleyball. Men's teams include baseball, basketball, golf, ice hockey, soccer, and tennis. Prior to 2011, men's teams included wrestling and football, both of which were discontinued when UNO Athletics moved from Division II to Division I. Prior to 1939, the Municipal University of Omaha sports teams were known as the Cardinals. From 1939 until 1971 (crossing the Municipal University of Omaha's 1968 merger with the University of Nebraska system to become the University of Nebraska at Omaha), the teams were known as the Indians. After 1950, the Indian mascot was named Ouampi. From 1971 until the present, the teams have been called the Mavericks, with the women's teams known as the Lady Mavs, and the mascot has been a bull. The bull was named Durango circa 1993.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes discs of every UNO Hockey contest from the inaugural season, 1997-98, through 2012-13. There are 15 spindles of DVDs and two hard drives. The hard drives include games from 2010-11 through 2012-13. Power sources for the hard drives are also included.
A silver trophy in the shape of a football mounted on a stand honoring the 1934 Omaha University Football team for winning the NAIA championship. The names of team members are engraved on the football. The trophy was dented upon arrival in UNO Libraries' Archives and Special Collections.
VHS videotape recording about the Sapp Fieldhouse renovation with Bob Danenhauer from September 12, 1998 (4:15 in length).
Chuck Hagel's personal correspondence from 1997-2015. Arranged chronologically in 22 boxes (boxes 5-27). Bulk of the material is from his time in the U.S. Senate (1997-2009).
Video recordings of UNO Football games, recruitment videos, the television program of Coach Sandy Buda, and other Football-related recordings.
This collection primarily includes game day programs from selected UNO Hockey contests and a few photographs.
One football signed by members of the 1996 UNO Football team, which won the NCC Championship. The football is a commemorative football with the text "Maverick Football / 1996 / NCC Champions."