Omaha Mavericks men's basketball

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Omaha Mavericks
2017–18 Omaha Mavericks men's basketball team
Omaha Mavericks logo.svg
University University of Nebraska Omaha
Head coach Derrin Hansen (13th season)
Conference Summit League
Location Omaha, Nebraska
Arena Baxter Arena
(Capacity: 7,898)
Nickname Mavericks
Colors Crimson and Black[1]
         
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
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NCAA Tournament appearances
1975*, 1976*, 1977*, 1979*, 1982*, 1983*, 1984*, 2002*, 2004*, 2005*, 2008*, 2010*
*at Division II level
Conference tournament champions
2004, 2008, 2010
Conference regular season champions
1979, 1984, 2004, 2005

The Omaha Mavericks men's basketball team, also called the Nebraska–Omaha Mavericks,[n 1] represents the University of Nebraska Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. The Mavericks compete in The Summit League. Led by head coach Derrin Hansen, they moved into the new on-campus Baxter Arena at the start of the 2015–16 season.[2] The 2015–16 season is also the first in which they are eligible for the NCAA Tournament, NIT, or The Summit League Tournament; they had been ineligible during the school's four-year transition from Division II to Division I, which began in the 2011–12 season. During this period, they made one appearance in the CIT, a tournament which is not directly sponsored by the NCAA, in 2014.

History[edit]

Season by season results[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Gus Miller (1910–1912)
1910–11 Gus Miller
1911–12 Gus Miller
Gus Miller:


Dutch Nagle (1912–1913)
1912–13 Dutch Nagle 3–2
Dutch Nagle: 3–2


Jim Meyers (1913–1916)
1913–14 Jim Meyers
1914–15 Jim Meyers 5–1
1915–16 Jim Meyers 4–4
Jim Meyers: 9–5


Ed Evans (1918–1919)
1918–19 Ed Evans 1–12
Ed Evans: 1–12


Ernie Adams (1919–1927)
1919–20 Ernie Adams 13–1
1920–21 Ernie Adams 9–1
1921–22 Ernie Adams 6–4
1922–23 Ernie Adams 9–3
1923–24 Ernie Adams 3–8
1924–25 Ernie Adams 4–4
1925–26 Ernie Adams 8–3
1926–27 Ernie Adams 6–10
Ernie Adams: 56–34


L.M. Bradfield (1927–1929)
1927–28 L.M. Bradfield 0–16
1928–29 L.M. Bradfield 3–11
L.M. Bradfield: 3–27


Bill Graves (1929–1931)
1929–30 Bill Graves 2–12
1930–31 Bill Graves 6–9
Bill Graves: 8–21


Sed Hartman (1931–1934)
1931–32 Sed Hartman 20–0
1932–33 Sed Hartman 10–4
1933–34 Sed Hartman 14–4
Sed Hartman (North Central Conference) (1934–1935)
1934–35 Sed Hartman 12–4 3–4 4th
Sed Hartman: 56–12 3–4


Johnny Baker (North Central Conference) (1935–1938)
1935–36 Johnny Baker 4–10 3–9 7th
1936–37 Johnny Baker 4–11 1–6 7th
1937–38 Johnny Baker 2–9 1–6 6th
Johnny Baker: 10–30 5–21


Stu Baller (North Central Conference) (1938–1941)
1938–39 Stu Baller 8–9 2–6 7th
1939–40 Stu Baller 6–3 2–6 5th
1940–41 Stu Baller 12–13 5–3 3rd
Harold Johnk (North Central Conference) (1941–1943)
1941–42 Harold Johnk 6–15 3–5 5th
1942–43 Harold Johnk 4–7 0–6 8th
Stu Baller (1943–1944)
1943–44 Stu Baller 9–4
Stu Baller: 35–29 9–15
Harold Johnk (1945–1948)
1945–46 Harold Johnk 4–15
1946–47 Harold Johnk 9–10
1947–48 Harold Johnk 7–13
Harold Johnk: 30–50 3–11


Don Pflasterer (1948–1952)
1948–49 Don Pflasterer 10–10
1949–50 Don Pflasterer 13–10
1950–51 Don Pflasterer 4–15
1951–52 Don Pflasterer 13–11
Don Pflasterer: 40–46


Virgil Yelkin (1952–1955)
1952–53 Virgil Yelkin 15–8
1953–54 Virgil Yelkin 10–15
1954–55 Virgil Yelkin 15–10
Virgil Yelkin: 40–33


Jack Cotton (1955–1959)
1955–56 Jack Cotton 6–18
1956–57 Jack Cotton 9–16
1957–58 Jack Cotton 9–18
1958–59 Jack Cotton 3–33
Jack Cotton: 27–85


Sonny Means (1959–1961)
1959–60 Sonny Means 4–18
1960–61 Sonny Means 3–19
Sonny Means: 7–37


Jim Borsheim (1961–1969)
1961–62 Jim Borsheim 5–14
1962–63 Jim Borsheim 10–11
1963–64 Jim Borsheim 12–10
1964–65 Jim Borsheim 10–13
1965–66 Jim Borsheim 8–14
1966–67 Jim Borsheim 13–10
1967–68 Jim Borsheim 8–13
1968–69 Jim Borsheim 7–16
Jim Borsheim: 73–101


Bob Hanson (1969–1977)
1969–70 Bob Hanson 16–10
1970–71 Bob Hanson 12–12
1971–72 Bob Hanson 12–14
1972–73 Bob Hanson 17–11
1973–74 Bob Hanson 17–9
1974–75 Bob Hanson 17–11 NCAA Regional Finals
1975–76 Bob Hanson 16–13 NCAA Regional Semifinals
1976–77 Bob Hanson 17–12 NCAA Regional Semifinals
Bob Hanson (North Central Conference) (1977–1994)
1977–78 Bob Hanson 9–18 7–7 5th
1978–79 Bob Hanson 20–9 9–3 1st NCAA Regional Semifinals
1979–80 Bob Hanson 12–14 6–8 5th
1980–81 Bob Hanson 17–11 9–5 3rd
1981–82 Bob Hanson 22–7 11–3 2nd NCAA Regional Finals
1982–83 Bob Hanson 19–11 14–4 2nd NCAA Regional Semifinals
1983–84 Bob Hanson 23–7 15–3 1st NCAA Regional Semifinals
1984–85 Bob Hanson 13–15 8–10 7th
1985–86 Bob Hanson 19–9 11–7 2nd
1986–87 Bob Hanson 14–14 8–10 6th
1987–88 Bob Hanson 14–14 7–11 9th
1988–89 Bob Hanson 14–14 6–12 8th
1989–90 Bob Hanson 21–9 13–5 2nd
1990–91 Bob Hanson 17–13 9–9 6th
1991–92 Bob Hanson 15–13 9–9 6th
1992–93 Bob Hanson 5–21 2–16 10th
1993–94 Bob Hanson 4–22 2–16 10th
Bob Hanson: 382–313 146–138


Tim Carter (North Central Conference) (1994–1995)
1994–95 Tim Carter 11–16 5–13 10th
Tim Carter: 11–16 5–13


Kevin Lehman (North Central Conference) (1995–2001)
1995–96 Kevin Lehman 6–21 1–17 10th
1996–97 Kevin Lehman 13–14 6–12 7th
1997–98 Kevin Lehman 11–16 5–13 9th
1998–99 Kevin Lehman 15–12 8–10 6th
1999–00 Kevin Lehman 18–11 10–8 5th
2000–01 Kevin Lehman 9–17 3–15 10th
Kevin Lehman: 72–91 33–75


Kevin McKenna (North Central Conference) (2001–2005)
2001–02 Kevin McKenna 24–9 13–5 2nd NCAA Regional Semifinals
2002–03 Kevin McKenna 20–10 8–8 6th
2003–04 Kevin McKenna 22–8 10–4 1st NCAA Regional Quarterfinals
2004–05 Kevin McKenna 23–6 9–3 1st NCAA Regional Quarterfinals
Kevin McKenna: 89–33 40–20


Derrin Hansen (North Central Conference) (2005–2008)
2005–06 Derrin Hansen 15–16 4–8 6th
2006–07 Derrin Hansen 12–16 3–10 6th
2007–08 Derrin Hansen 25–7 7–5 3rd NCAA Regional Semifinals
Derrin Hansen (Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association) (2008–2011)
2008–09 Derrin Hansen 17–11 11–9
2009–10 Derrin Hansen 22–9 12–8 NCAA Regional Quarterfinals
2010–11 Derrin Hansen 19–10 15–7
Derrin Hansen (2011–2012)
2011–12 Derrin Hansen 11–18 Independent
Derrin Hansen (Summit League) (2012–present)
2012–13 Derrin Hansen 11–20 6–10 6th
2013–14 Derrin Hansen 17–15 5–9 6th CIT 2nd Round
2014–15 Derrin Hansen 12–17 5–11 8th
2015–16 Derrin Hansen 18–14 10–6 3rd CBI 1st Round
Derrin Hansen: 179–153 78–83
Total: 1,091–1,130

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

[3][4]

Postseason[edit]

NCAA Division II Tournament results[edit]

The Mavericks have appeared in 12 NCAA Division II Tournaments. Their combined record is 7–14.

Year Round Opponent Result
1975 Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
Augustana (SD)
North Dakota
W 69–61
L 71–84
1976 Regional Semifinals
Regional 3rd Place Game
North Dakota
Mankato State
L 74–86 OT
L 73–95
1977 Regional Semifinals
Regional 3rd Place Game
Green Bay
Augustana (SD)
L 63–89
W 93–91
1979 Regional Semifinals
Regional 3rd Place Game
Northern Iowa
North Dakota
L 72–84
W 86–75
1982 Regional Semifinals
Finals
Lewis
North Dakota
W 78–69
L 75–83
1983 Regional Semifinals
Regional 3rd Place Game
Morningside
Ferris State
L 79–80
L 75–81
1984 Regional Semifinals
Regional 3rd Place Game
Wayne State
Northern Michigan
L 70–82
W 84–81
2002 Regional Quarterfinals
Regional Semifinals
Fort Lewis
South Dakota State
W 88–58
L 76–96
2004 Regional Quarterfinals South Dakota L 71–82
2005 Regional Quarterfinals Winona State L 58–64
2008 Regional Quarterfinals
Regional Semifinals
Fort Lewis
Winona State
W 82–76
L 67–80
2010 Regional Quarterfinals Tarleton State L 71–75

NAIA tournament results[edit]

The Mavericks have appeared in the NAIA Tournament one time. Their record is 0–1.

Year Round Opponent Result
1941 First Round Baltimore L 35–52

CIT results[edit]

The Mavericks have appeared in one CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT).[5] Their record is 1–1.

Year Round Opponent Result
2014 First Round
Second Round
North Dakota
Murray State
W 91–75
L 62–86

CBI results[edit]

The Mavericks have appeared in one College Basketball Invitational (CBI). Their record is 0–1.

Year Round Opponent Result
2016 First Round Duquesne L 112–120

Notable players[edit]

All–Americans[edit]

  • 1992: Phil Cartwright

All–Conference[edit]

All–NCC Team[edit]

[3][4]

All–MIAA Team[edit]

  • 2009: Michael Jenkins
  • 2010: Tyler Bullock
  • 2010: Andrew Bridger
  • 2011: Tyler Bullock
  • 2011: Mitch Albers

[3]

NCC Player of the Year[edit]

  • 1984: Dean Thompson
  • 2004: Tola Dada

[3][4]

NCC Freshman of the Year[edit]

2003: Ryan Curtis [3][4]

UNO 1,000 Points/500 Rebounds club[edit]

  • Player (Years) Points/Rebounds
  • Sam Singleton (1962–66) 1,101/508
  • Bill Haas (1964–67) 1,064/518
  • Pat Roehrig (1971–75) 1,006/640
  • Dennis Forrest (1973–77) 1,660/557
  • Glenn Moberg (1975–79) 1,077/531
  • Terry Sodawasser (1981–85) 1,093/625
  • Thor Palamore (1987–91) 1,309/476
  • Phil Cartwright (1988–92) 1,457/946
  • Tola Dada (2000–04) 1,017/583
  • Ryan Curtis (2002–06) 1,051/717
  • Calvin Kapels (2002–06) 1,102/571
  • John Karhoff (2010-2014)1,348/524

[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Although the school has completed the rebranding of its athletic program as "Omaha", and both The Summit League and National Collegiate Hockey Conference now follow this usage, national media such as ESPN usually use the hyphenated "Nebraska-Omaha".

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Color Palette". Retrieved April 16, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Omaha Releases 2015-16 Men's Basketball Schedule" (Press release). Omaha Athletics. July 15, 2015. Retrieved July 29, 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f 2012-13 Media Guide. UNO Athletic Department. 2013. 
  4. ^ a b c d NCC Record & History Book (PDF). North Central Conference. 2008. pp. 48–66. 
  5. ^ Nelson, Andrew (Mar 18, 2014). "UNO Basketball makes history with CIT invitation". The Gateway. University of Nebraska Omaha. Retrieved Mar 9, 2016. 

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