Chamber’s fourth season at the school will be highlighted by facing nationally perennial teams from conferences such as the SEC, Big 12, Pac-12, ACC and Big West. The Rebels will make their first road trip to the Eastern Time Zone since 2000 and will host the annual Mountain West tournament for the sixth time. Continue reading UNLV releases 2014 Schedule
The UNLV Rebels hosted the Tennessee Volunteers over the weekend with the Rebels winning three out of four games. All three games were highly contested with all three Rebels wins by a run including a 14 inning victory in the series finale. You can check out my notes from the weekend below. Continue reading CBD Visit: UNLV takes 3 out of 4 from Tennessee
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Defending Mountain West champion New Mexico has been predicted to win its second consecutive regular season MW baseball title in 2013, according to a vote of the six MW head coaches. The Lobos received five first-place votes and 35 points overall. San Diego State received the remaining first-place vote and 26 points to edge out MW newcomers Nevada (23 points) and Fresno State (22 points) for second place. UNLV was picked fifth (13 points), followed by Air Force in sixth (7 points). Continue reading 2013 Mountain West Preseason Coaches Poll
The regular season will begin at home on Feb. 15 with a four-game series against Tennessee from the Southeastern Conference. A road weekend series at Pacific will follow, then the Rebels will return home to host the Rebel Classic, which includes Bradley, Loyola Marymount and Hawai’i. The following weekend, UNLV will travel to play Pac-12 member Stanford. Continue reading UNLV releases 2013 Schedule
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LAS VEGAS (UNLVRebels.com) – Former Louisville Slugger First Team All-American and Rebel standout Eric Nielsen has joined the UNLV baseball coaching staff announced head coach Tim Chambers.
Nielsen joins the staff as a volunteer assistant after serving as a color analyst on the Rebels’ radio broadcast over the past two seasons. Continue reading Former UNLV star Eric Nielsen joins Rebels Coaching Staff
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Six-time defending Mountain West champion TCU is the unanimous favorite to win its seventh consecutive regular season MW baseball title in 2012, according to a vote of the five MW head coaches. The Horned Frogs received all five first-place votes and 25 points overall. UNLV edged out New Mexico for second place with 16 points, while the Lobos picked up 15 points in third place. San Diego State was picked fourth (12 points), followed by Air Force in fifth (7 points). Continue reading 2012 Mountain West Conference Preseason Coaches Poll
Second year head coach Tim Chambers hopes to bring his squad to the top of the Mountain West conference but he will face some severe competition, especially from TCU. One of the first things that Coach Chambers did when he took over the Rebels was to bring over some of his players from College of Southern Nevada. In his first season in Vegas, he brought the team to a 33-25 record while going 10-13 in Mountain West play. Continue reading The Inside Pitch: UNLV
UNLV head baseball coach Tim Chambers announced that Chuck Hazzard is the next Director of Baseball Operations with the Rebels. Hazzard spent the last two seasons with the Rebels serving as the volunteer assistant coach before accepting this position. Continue reading UNLV names Chuck Hazzard as Director of Baseball Operations
The Rebels will play 29 of their 55 regular-games in the friendly confines of Wilson Stadium, including a 13-game stretch in early March. UNLV will also square up against four teams that qualified for postseason play a year ago, including conference rivals TCU and New Mexico for six games apiece. Continue reading UNLV releases 2012 Schedule
The MLB Signing Deadline is fast approaching as all teams have to midnight on August 15th to sign their prospects or they will head to college. Here is the latest news and notes from around the country.
Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe reported that Red Sox first round pick and 26th overall selection Blake Swihart took batting practice on Thursday afternoon at Fenway Park. Swihart is currently committed to Texas where he will play for Augie Garrido. If I had to guess right now, I would expect the Red Sox to sign Swihart for over the $1.2 million due to him with the slotting system. Continue reading 2011 MLB Draft News and Notes for August 5th