The Nevada softball team defeated the NISC defending champions of Loyola Marymount in a 4-3 contest on Thursday evening. The Pack is now 28-25 overall with Kali Sargent, the winning pitcher at 8-10 on the year.
The Nevada softball team moves to 26-24, 10-12 after falling to the San José State Spartans, 3-0, in the opening game of the series.
An extra-inning two-run home run from Dallas Millwood pushed the Pack over the Broncos, 12-11 in nine innings. Nevada is now 25-21 on the year and 9-9 in Mountain West play after taking the Sunday game of the series.
Senior Keaton Smith hit for the first cycle by a Nevada player since 2012 to cap off the Wolf Pack’s (24-20, 11-13 MW) offensive eruption over Air Force (19-23, 9-13 MW) with a 26-15 win.
After a tough loss in the series opener, the Pack tried to bounce back with aggressive offense in the first inning but fell short, losing 12-1 in five innings to the Broncos.
Despite outhitting Air Force (19-22, 9-12 MW) 15-14, Nevada (23-20, 10-13 MW) fell for the second day in a row to the Falcons 14-8.
The Pack is now 23-16, 8-5 in Mountain West and in sole possession of second place.
The bats came alive for Nevada (20-17, 9-10 MW) on Friday night against UNLV (22-17, 9-10 MW) as the Wolf Pack matched its season-high in runs with a 16-8 victory.
The Nevada softball team moves to 21-15 on the year after a tough loss to Fresno State, 10-2 in five innings.
After plating the first four runs of the game, Nevada (16-17, 6-10 MW) dropped its first of three games at New Mexico (16-17, 7-9 MW) on Friday night 6-4. ..
In a game that lasted nearly four and a half hours, Nevada (16-16) lost in the 12th inning at Saint Mary’s (20-12) on Tuesday night 6-5.
With Nevada’s (15-13) 6-2 defeat of Sacramento State (18-10) on Wednesday afternoon, head coach T.J. Bruce earned his 100th career victory as the leader of the Wolf Pack baseball team and collegiate head coach.
The lone Wolf Pack run came off the bat of the sophomore infielder, Joshua Zamora, on a home run that hit off the left-field scoreboard.
Junior Dillan Shrum knocked in a season-high four RBI on Tuesday afternoon as Nevada (13-10) defeated the University of San Francisco (13-11) at Don Weir Field at Peccole Park 7-3.
Despite leading for the first seven innings of the contest, Nevada (7-4) lost at Grand Canyon (6-6) on Wednesday night 3-2 on a walk-off single in the ninth inning.
The Nevada baseball team (7-2) bounced back on Friday afternoon against Washington State (3-7), smacking three home runs in its 8-1 win and first home victory of the season.
After being out-hit for the first time this season, the Nevada baseball team (6-2) dropped its home-opening contest against Washington State (3-6) on Thursday afternoon 16-2. The Wolf Pack will face the Cougars for the second contest of the three-game series tomorrow at 1 p.m.
The Nevada softball team was picked to finish in sixth place in the Mountain West as voted upon by the league's coaches.
Wolf Pack baseball player and reigning Mountain West Freshman of the Year, Joshua Zamora, was named to D1Baseball’s Freshman All-American second team.
The University of Nevada baseball team had three players earn ABCA/Rawlings All-West Region honors.
The University of Nevada (29-24) baseball team was eliminated from the 2018 Mountain West Tournament by San José State (27-29) after a 13-6 loss to the Spartans at Tony Gwynn Stadium today. The Wolf Pack fell to 29-24 while SJSU improved to 27-29. SJSU jumped to an 8-0 lead heading to the bottom of the sixth inning.
The University of Nevada (29-23) baseball team scored seven unanswered runs to tie UNLV (34-22) 8-8, only to allow five runs in the ninth and fell 13-8 in the first game of the 2018 Mountain West Tournament.
The University of Nevada baseball team won the 2018 Mountain West regular season title and on Thursday three of the top postseason honors went to the Wolf Pack.
The University of Nevada (29-22, 20-9 MW) baseball team won a slugfest 12-10 over San Diego State (36-19, 18-12 MW) on Senior Day Saturday afternoon at Don Weir Field at Peccole Park. The Wolf Pack won the Mountain West series 2-1 and improved to 18-4 at home and 13-2 in conference home games.
The University of Nevada (28-22, 19-9 MW) baseball team defeated San Diego State (36-18, 18-11 MW) 13-3 on Friday night.
On a day that saw senior Erika Hansen rewrite the record books, the Nevada softball team kept its season alive on Thursday with a pair of wins over Utah Valley and Weber State.
The University of Nevada (27-22, 18-9 MW) baseball team dropped the first game of a three-game Mountain West series 12-7 to San Diego State (36-17, 18-10 MW).
Prior to the start of its opening-round matchup of the Postseason NISC, the Nevada softball team saw five of its players named to the Mountain West All-Conference team, as voted upon by the league’s coaches.
The Nevada softball team began its 2018 postseason play by falling to UC Riverside by a score of 10-0 on Wednesday afternoon.
The award marks the first of her career as the Wolf Pack has now received four weekly honors this season from the conference.
For the second consecutive year, the Nevada softball team has earned a postseason berth as the Wolf Pack will compete in the Postseason National Invitational Softball Championships (NISC). Nevada was selected to play in Region 2, which is being hosted by UNLV in Las Vegas, Nev.
University of Nevada (27-21, 18-8 MW) designated hitter Mike Echavia had three hits and drove in six runs as the Wolf Pack defeated UNLV (32-20, 13-14 MW) in the final game of a three-game Mountain West Governor’s Series matchup 12-4 at Earl E. Wilson Stadium Sunday afternoon.
The Nevada softball team concluded its regular season on Saturday with a 10-7 victory over Fresno State in a five-inning contest due to time constraints. The Wolf Pack (25-25, 12-12 MW) used a monster nine-run bottom of the first that included a grand slam to take a commanding seven-run advantage over the Bulldogs (31-23, 14-10 MW).
The University of Nevada (26-21, 17-8 MW) baseball team dropped the second game of a three-game Mountain West series 8-1 at UNLV (32-19, 13-13 MW) in a Governor’s Series matchup at Earl E. Wilson Stadium Saturday afternoon.
The Nevada softball team found itself down by four runs heading into the bottom of the seventh and stormed back to steal the 10-9 victory over Fresno State.