UNO missed out on another opportunity to win a series against North Dakota on Saturday night.This was the seventh time it’s happened in Maverick history.The No. 9 Fighting Hawks, as they did a month ago (and five other times previously), spoiled No. 13 UNO’s bid for a series sweep by rebounding to take the finale after losing the opener the night before.
Only one player ranks among the Summit League’s top five in scoring, shooting and 3-point percentage.It’s not reigning conference player of the year Mike Daum of South Dakota State. It’s not ever-efficient IPFW star John Konchar or his teammate Bryson Scott. And it’s not South Dakota sniper Matt Mooney.It’s UNO’s Zach Jackson, who is capping a remarkable junior year with an outstanding Summit League run. Jackson has scored in double figures in each of his last 19 games.
When Minnesota teenagers Jake Randolph and Tyler Vesel arrived at Tranquility Park for their first Lancers tryout camp, they knew very little about Omaha and next to nothing about each other.“We were just trying to do a decent job and not get in a fight,” Vesel said. “We were kind of timid.”That’s hard to envision now. The 23-year-old college seniors have been as gritty as they come during their five-year run together with the Lancers and UNO.
Full UNO gamer will be online shortly. Leading scorer David Pope suffered an upper-body injury in the third period. He & Freddy Olofsson (upper-body) are going to be out indefinitely, Mavs coach Mike Gabinet said.
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