UNLV committed five turnovers, helping turn a close game into a 56-27 Fresno State rout Friday at Bulldog Stadium. The Rebels are 2-5 overall and 0-3 in the Mountain West.
The UNLV doubles team of sophomores Tom Ciszewski and Milos Dabic lost a close round-of-16 match Friday to end the program’s run at the ITA Mountain Region men’s tennis championships.
The doubles team of sophomores Tom Ciszewski and Milos Dabic is UNLV’s final representative left after the second day of the ITA Mountain Region men’s tennis championships Thursday in Denver.
UNLV will play at Virginia Commonwealth on Dec. 2, 2020, as part of the first season of the Mountain West-Atlantic 10 Challenge Series.
UNLV needs to go 4-2, maybe even 5-1, to save coach Tony Sanchez’s job. How the Rebels fare at Fresno State on Friday will be an indicator of how realistic that may be.
UNLV sophomore Tom Ciszewski was the lone Rebels singles player to advance after the first day of the ITA Mountain Region men’s tennis championships Wednesday in Denver.
Mountain West leadership hopes to go from 18 to 20 conference men’s basketball games in the next year or two. UNLV and San Diego State oppose the plan.
Improving as a season goes on is not something the Rebels have done of late. They last made the NCAA Tournament in 2013 and now welcome first-year coach T.J. Otzelberger.
New UNLV coach T.J. Otzelberger didn’t face the massive turnover that previous coach Marvin Menzies experienced in 2016.
Fresno State forward Nate Grimes will watch his brother Randal play for UNLV on Friday when the Rebels visit the Bulldogs. Randal Grimes is the Rebels’ leading receiver.