Much like Buddy Gouldsmith’s tenure as UNLV baseball coach, the Rebels started strong last season before faltering.
Calling it an opportunity he couldn’t resist, Mario Sanchez resigned as the UNLV men’s soccer coach Friday to become an assistant at Louisville and reunite with his former boss.
Given how well his team played in the fall, UNLV men’s golf coach Dwaine Knight is cautiously optimistic his young team will carry over its strong play into the spring.
Only a month into his job as UNLV’s athletic director, Jim Livengood is living out of a hotel until he can complete his relocation from Tucson, Ariz.
The majority opinion is that Jim Livengood won a race in which he finished second, something that might be impossible to verify and yet certainly plausible when you consider how his new boss introduced him Thursday.
Jim Livengood admits he’s not a CPA. But he claims to know something about numbers and how to work with budgets.
Jim Livengood wasn’t UNLV’s choice to fill its athletic director vacancy as of Wednesday afternoon, according to sources with knowledge of the hiring process, but by late that night things had changed.