Published Friday, January 18, 2013 AT 9:44 PM / Updated at 9:44 PM
Women’s basketball: UNO at Indiana Dabney
Rob White Omaha World-Herald

When: 1 p.m. Saturday
Where: Abundant Life Community Center, Chicago

UNO (12-5)
F C. Blair-Mobley, 5-10, Sr., 12.3
F Paige Frauendorfer, 6-0, Sr., 13.1
C Taijhe Kelly, 6-4, So., 4.5
G Carly Cator, 5-9, Sr., 1.9
G Jamie Nash, 5-4, Sr., 9.6
INDIANA DABNEY (0-6)
F Wessie Johnson, 6-0, So., —
F Leonora Thomas, 5-10, Sr., —
G Althea Adejudge, 5-8, Sr., —
G Ciera Taylor, 5-8, Sr., —
G Fila Poe, 5-8, Jr., —

Scouting UNO: The Mavericks are playing a mysterious Chicago-area school in completing a road trip that included Thursday’s 62-47 win at Chicago State. Though Indiana Dabney is located in Hammond, Ind., the game is being played at the Abundant Life Community Center in Chicago. Paige Frauendorfer needs 19 points to become the 25th member of UNO’s career 1,000-point club. Jamie Nash became No. 24 Thursday, when she also took over as the school’s all-time steals leader. She’s also UNO’s all-time leader in assists. Freshman forward Allison Jackson played a career-high 15 minutes Thursday and posted career highs in points (6) and rebounds (5). She had previously played 12 minutes all season, with two points and one rebound.

Scouting Indiana Dabney: Know anything about Indiana Dabney? Forward information to UNO, which has had little success tracking down statistics on the Lions, who are listed as “exploratory” members of something called the United States Collegiate Athletic Association. World-Herald research turned up two online box scores: an 83-74 loss to Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.) on Nov. 1 and an 82-58 defeat to Trinity International (Ill.) on Dec. 29. TIU is an NAIA Division II school, while Lindenwood-Belleville is another USCAA school. For reference, another USCAA school is the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture, in Curtis. Mystery surrounding Indiana Dabney is similar to last season’s matchup with the National Christian College Athletic Association’s Dallas Christian, which brought five players to Omaha and lost 84-33.

About Rob White

Rob White is a staff writer for The Omaha World-Herald and covers UNO and the Omaha Storm Chasers. You can follow Rob on Twitter (@RWhiteOWH) or email him at rob.white@owh.com.