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Current Athletics News
Bringing together his love of both sports and law, athletic compliance is a good match for UNLV's senior associate athletics director.
Nick Garritano may not have looked like a kicker, but he sure had the leg of one.
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV students and faculty who've made news thus far in 2019.
Rising star tabbed as Runnin' Rebels leader.
Bruce Layne spent decades attending, teaching, and advocating for his alma mater. Now he's memorialized by Rebel baseball.
When the Rebels reclaimed the Fremont Cannon in November, that was just the start of it. Now that UNLV's paint crew has had their turn, the cannon is ready to come out and play again.
Athletics In The News
UNLV is instituting the Tickets for Teachers program in which men’s basketball tickets are distributed to elementary and middle schools in the Clark County School District.
8 News Now continued its visits with former UNLV Rebel football standout Ickey Woods.
During Vegas Summer League — the games and practices — Devin James is almost always busy.
The National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame announced its 2019 class on Tuesday, and Larry Johnson was among the nine players and coaches selected for induction.
Former coaches Lute Olson and Rick Majerus and former UNLV star Larry Johnson highlight the nine-member class selected Tuesday for induction into the College Basketball Hall of Fame.
Exactly 29 years after the UNLV basketball team defeated Duke to win the 1990 NCAA championship, a member of that legendary Runnin’ Rebels team got another reason to celebrate.