Hey Rebel fans, I hope you’re all ready for fall because it’s about that time. That also means Runnin’ Rebel basketball is about to begin.
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Three UNLV golfers were names to the 10-man all-Mountain West team announced Thursday.
There is a time and place for contract discussions, and this isn’t it, not for a coach whose side has an opportunity to make the sort of history UNLV’s athletic department rarely enjoys from one of its leading sports.
UNLV dropped the opener of a seven-game road trip on Tuesday, falling to UC Riverside, 8-2.
The UNLV women’s golf team will travel to Stillwater, Okla., next week to make its 12th straight appearance in an NCAA Regional.
UNLV had a season-high 21 hits to beat New Mexico 14-2 on Sunday and sweep the three-game series at Wilson Stadium. The Rebels had 55 hits for the series.
UNLV hit four home runs to beat New Mexico 14-6 and clinch the series victory. The Rebels, who hadn’t homered three times in a game all season until this series, hit seven home runs in two games against the Lobos.
Erick Fedde worked out of an early jam, and his teammates provided six runs in the bottom of the first to propel UNLV to an 11-2 victory over the New Mexico at windy Wilson Stadium on Friday.
UNLV posted the best second-round team score and moved up from sixth to third place at the Mountain West women’s golf championships at Rancho Mirage, Calif. Friday.
Junior Carl Jonson fired a 5-under-par 66 and fellow junior Nicholas Maruri came in at even par 71 in his first round of the season to help UNLV to an opening-round 4-under 280 in the Mountain West men’s golf championships Friday at Tucson, Ariz.
Rain forced a postponement of Friday’s Mountain West women’s tennis championship quarterfinals at the Sierra Sport & Racquet Club in Fresno, Calif.
UNLV’s Erick Fedde is pitching like the first-round draft pick he is projected to be. He will try to break the Rebels’ five-game skid in a key home series against New Mexico that begins tonight.
UNLV was unable to sustain its early momentum from doubles and was eliminated 4-1 by San Diego State in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West men’s tennis championships Thursday in Fresno, Calif.
Despite star junior Dana Finkelstein’s 1-over-par 73 and senior Demi Mak’s 2-over 74, UNLV struggled in the opening round of the Mountain West women’s golf championships Thursday at Rancho Mirage, Calif. The Rebels came in at 15-over 303, 10 shots behind first-round leader San Diego State.
UNLV is tied for second in the Mountain West, four games back of New Mexico in the loss column, and what felt like a certainty a few weeks ago when it came to NCAA at-large chances for the Rebels isn’t all that assured now. Which in no way has their head coach worried.
It has become a familiar story for UNLV’s men’s golf team at this time of the year. It’s time for the Mountain West championships, which means the NCAA Regionals are just around the corner. It also brings up the question why the Rebels, who have had very talented teams over the years, have failed to capture the title.
The UNLV women’s tennis team opened the Mountain West championship tournament with a 4-1 victory over Air Force on Wednesday in Fresno, Calif.
Air Force roughed up UNLV starter John Richy en route to a 14-4 Mountain West baseball victory Friday at Colorado Springs, Colo., the Rebels’ fourth straight loss.
Two costly errors by UNLV helped Air Force rally from a 6-2 deficit with five runs in the fifth inning, and the Falcons held off the Rebels 10-9 on Thursday in a Mountain West baseball game at Colorado Springs, Colo.
UNLV couldn’t hold a 2-0 lead as Arizona State rallied for a 5-2 nonconference baseball win over the No. 20 Rebels on Tuesday in Tempe, Ariz.
When I bumped into Tim Chambers Saturday morning on the UNLV campus, the wind had not yet started to blow. The Rebels baseball coach was driving a golf cart, showing supporters around. He appeared happy, happy and hairy.
John Richy pitched his third complete game of the season to lead UNLV to a 2-1 Mountain West baseball victory over San Jose State on Saturday at Wilson Stadium.
Junior right-hander Erick Fedde was dominant over seven innings as the UNLV baseball team defeated San Jose State 9-1 on Friday in the opener of a three-game series at Wilson Stadium.