The Las Vegas Bowl announced Tuesday it will move to Las Vegas Stadium in 2020 and has a deal to feature either a Big Ten or Southeastern Conference team vs. a Pac-12 team.
Desert Oasis graduate and UNLV shortstop Bryson Stott was selected with the No. 14 overall pick Monday by the Philadelphia Phillies in the MLB Draft.
Brothers Jason and Josh Sharman were high school tennis and baseball stars at Desert Oasis High. They’ll soon be reunited as baseball players at UNLV.
The junior shortstop, who starred at Desert Oasis High School, hit .356 with 10 home runs and 36 RBIs this season and was named the Mountain West’s co-player of the year.
The Rebels’ first-year basketball coach hasn’t won any games yet at the school, but he’s winning over fans of all ages by promoting the team across the Las Vegas Valley.
UNLV junior Bryson Stott was named to the NCAA Division I All-America third team by College Baseball Newspaper and is a finalist for an award honoring the nation’s top college shortstop.
UNLV’s football game Sept. 14 at Northwestern will be at 12:30 p.m. and televised by the Big Ten Network.
UNLV senior Aiwen Zhu moved up 47 spots in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association rankings to close her career at No. 58 after upsetting two top-30 players in the postseason.
UNLV last appeared in an NCAA regional in 2014, and the Rebels have had a difficult time getting back. But coach Stan Stolte said the Rebels aren’t far away.
Officials from college athletics’ governing body spoke on a panel Tuesday at the International Conference on Gambling Risk Taking at Caesars Palace.