UNLV junior linebacker Tani Maka is being honored as the Mountain West Defensive Player of the Week.
The woman credited with moving The University of Nevada from the WAC to the Mountain West Conference will retire at the end of the academic year.
The Broncos garnered 27 first-place votes and earned a total of 296 points in a poll of media members. UNLV is predicted to finish ninth.
The Mountain West has released additional kickoff times for the league’s 2012 football season, meaning UNLV’s schedule is now complete.
The UNLV football team will appear on national television at least three times this fall as part the Mountain West Conference’s new contract with the CBS Sports Network.
Las Vegas – UNLV men’s basketball sophomore forward Mike Moser and junior guard Anthony Marshall have been named to the 2012 National Association of Basketball Coaches’ All-District 17 Teams, the organization announced Wednesday. Moser was […]
Las Vegas – The Rebels Mike Moser chalked up another award, after being named to the 2011-12 United States Basketball Writers Association’s All-District 8 Team, as voted by the association’s national membership. Moser, who on […]
Las Vegas – Four Rebels were recognized as part of the all Mountain West Awards, including sophomore Mike Moser, who was selected as the leagues newcomer of the year, and to the All-MW first team […]
Las Vegas -The UNLV football team will open its season with four consecutive home games for only the second time in history as the Mountain West released its complete 2012 schedule Friday. Kickoff times and […]
Las Vegas – A late rally by Colorado State handed the Runnin’ Rebels their seventh loss of the season and fourth sraight on the road. The Rams erased the UNLV’s 16-point halftime lead to go on […]