The UNLV men’s golf team opens play in the NCAA Championship on Friday in Fayetteville, Arkansas. This is the Rebels’ third consecutive trip to nationals and 23rd overall.
UNLV junior shortstop Bryson Stott was shared the Mountain West baseball Player of the Year award with Fresno State’s McCarthy Tatum.
Talks have taken place for UC Santa Barbara to host a regional at Las Vegas Ballpark. It would be the first NCAA championship event in Las Vegas since a postseason ban was lifted.
The third-seeded Rebels meet No. 2 San Diego State at 2 p.m. Thursday in the double-elimination tournament in Reno. Top seed Fresno State faces No. 4 UNR at 6:30.
Aiwen Zhu finished her college career with a 6-4, 7-6 (2) loss to 22nd-ranked Felicity Maltby of Texas Tech in the second round of the NCAA Singles Championship.
Aiwen Zhu became the second Rebel to win a match in multiple NCAA Singles Championships, upsetting 26th-ranked Oleksandra Korashvili of Oklahoma 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 on Monday.
UNLV senior Aiwen Zhu opens play in the NCAA women’s tennis singles championship against Oklahoma junior Oleksandra Korashvili at approximately 2 p.m. PT Monday in Orlando, Florida.
Despite closing the regular season with four straight losses, UNLV claimed a berth in the Mountain West baseball tournament by virtue of San Jose State’s 8-2 loss at Air Force.
J.T. Arruda went 3-for-3 with a home run and five RBIs to lead regular-season league champion Fresno State past host UNLV 16-5 in a Mountain West baseball game Friday.
Ryan Jensen struck out 10 over eight shutout innings to lead Fresno State past UNLV 7-0 in a Mountain West baseball game Thursday at Wilson Stadium.
UNLV junior shortstop Bryson Stott, a Desert Oasis product, was named a semifinalist for two national baseball awards.
For the third straight year, the UNLV men’s golf team has qualified for the NCAA championships.
Senior Harry Hall and freshman David Rauch each shot 1-under 71 to lead the Rebels in the first round of the NCAA regional Monday at TPC Myrtle Beach.
A strong pitching performance by Chase Maddux went for naught Sunday as UNLV lost to New Mexico 3-2 in a Mountain West baseball game in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
UNLV totaled 30 hits Saturday in sweeping a Mountain West baseball doubleheader from host New Mexico by scores of 4-2 and 18-8.