The Mavericks secured their second consecutive series win by splitting a doubleheader with St. Thomas, winning the first game 12-10 but falling short in the second game with a 9-8 loss. Omaha now stands at .500 in the Summit League with a 6-6 record and holds an overall record of 8-20, while the Tommies maintain a slight lead in the standings at 5-3 in league play and 10-13 overall.

By the Numbers
  • Omaha scored a total of 20 runs in the doubleheader.
  • Grant Sommers was pivotal, with two games of at least four RBIs.
  • The Mavericks hit a total of three home runs during the games.
State of Play
  • Omaha ends the week at .500 in the Summit League.
  • Upcoming games include a matchup against crosstown rival Creighton and a series against South Dakota State.
What's Next

Omaha will kick off an eight-game homestand with a game against Creighton, followed by a series against South Dakota State.

Bottom Line

The Mavericks showed strength in their offensive performance, securing a series win despite a split in the doubleheader, setting the stage for promising matchups ahead in their upcoming homestand.