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Former players remember seminal women's basketball coach Dan Ayala, who established to program as a powerhouse in the late 1970s.
Two years before UNLV had a football team, the Rebels played their homecoming games on the hardwood against rival Reno. Here's how they went.
From UNLV Magazine fall 2018 issue
A round up of news briefs from the fall 2018 issue of UNLV Magazine.
Seven Rebels were signed by Major League clubs, and are starting to make their mark in minor league baseball.
Women's Basketball Hall of Fame recognizes groundbreaking league as five players from the early days of the women's basketball program are honored.
Myranda Bueno heads to her senior year fully recovered after missing month from taking pitch to the face.
This athletic department staffer says there’s nothing better than helping a student succeed in college.
Learn more about the namesake of UNLV’s basketball practice center and engineering programs for undergraduates.
Two-time Coach of the Year Yvonne Wade breaks through for UNLV’s first Mountain West indoor track title despite team’s gear being stolen.
Danny Musovski and Kevin Partida make UNLV soccer history when the San Jose Earthquakes draft them into one class.
Campus complex will be day-to-day home for Rebel Football and offer student-athletes place to prepare for success on the field and in the classroom.
The prospect of helping student-athletes pursue their dreams and the opportunity to work again with Desiree Reed-Francois drew this new member of the athletics department to UNLV.
Dick Calvert has been behind the mic for most of school’s history.
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Athletics In The News
Tom Spousta and Mark Anderson discuss UNLV’s loss to Air Force, Tony Sanchez’s future with the team, and the upcoming UNLV Basketball season.
Eric Toliver was a stickler for rules. The compliance director for UNLV’s athletic department monitored everything from what kinds of cars students drove to coaches’ phone calls to recruits.
Kenyon Oblad walked onto the Liberty High School campus Friday morning and was immediately greeted by Principal Derek Bellow. “Welcome home,” Bellow said with a smile before giving the 2018 graduate a gigantic hug.
After almost a year since he was shot in the chest at Route 91, UNLV assistant hockey coach Nick Robone reflects on how he's healed and what's next.
Long before Vegas became a hockey town or there was even a possibility that the Raiders would move here, UNLV athletics dominated the local team sports scene. While the Runnin’ Rebels basketball team hasn’t had the same success it had in the early 1990s, it still has a large base of support in the community.
Head Coach, UNLV Men's Tennis
Head coach of UNLV men's tennis team.