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Rebels Return Home For Four Straight

March 8, 2018

@UNLVbaseball | UNLV Tickets | 2018 Schedule | Weekly Notes (Games 15-18)

LAS VEGAS ( - The Rebel baseball program, which is off the second-best start in program history, entered the week ranked No. 23 in Collegiate Baseball's NCAA Division I Poll. UNLV returns to Las Vegas and Earl E. Wilson Stadium for four straight, nonconference games, three of which are against the Big Ten's Iowa Hawkeyes and one more versus the Pac-12's Utah Utes.

The Scarlet & Gray enters this weekend's action after it split a pair of midweek, nonconference affairs in the Golden State. The Rebels opened the defense of their national ranking with a 4-0 loss to CSU Bakersfield Tuesday night, but rebounded with a come-from-behind win at CSUN Wednesday afternoon.

Iowa (8-2) heads to Southern Nevada after a it went 2-1 in Birmingham, Alabama, against the UAB Blazers. The Hawkeyes won the first two games (4-1 and 11-3), but lost the third contest (4-0), which snapped a four-game win streak that included victories over New Orleans and Cornell College. Overall, the team has gone 4-1 and 4-1 in a pair of five-game stretches.

Utah (0-11) will make its way to Las Vegas Monday afternoon after it plays three straight in Riverside, California, against UC Riverside - a team UNLV defeated in Riverside, 6-1, one week ago. The Utes have played all 11 games, thus far, on the road with three in Tulsa, Oklahoma (Oral Roberts), four in Surprise, Arizona (two each vs. Ohio State and Nebraska) and four more in the Bay Area (three at Santa Clara and one at San Jose State).

FOLLOW ALONG: Fans can follow along with this UNLV homestand through live stats. Additionally, fans can watch all four games through a live stream, with Monday's game called by Dug Dugless and produced by the Mountain West Network. Links for statistics and video will be provided at

Fans can keep up to date with real-time updates through the team's Twitter feed, @unlvbaseball, as well.

-Friday, March 9: "Little League Night" ... All kids in uniform get free admission ... For the adults, $1 beer for the first 600 pours.
-Sunday, March 11: "Spring Forward Ticket Promotion" ... Get four (4) tickets for $16.



ON DECK: The UNLV baseball team, which will have played 15 of its first 18 games at home, transitions to playing 13 of its next 16 on the road next week. A three-game trip to Colorado Springs, Colorado, to face the Air Force Falcons in Mountain West play kicks off the stretch on March 16-18. The Rebels will also play in Phoenix two days later (March 20) against the Arizona State Sun Devils.

- The Rebels' best start through 14 games in program history is 13-1; currently, the team is 12-2 -- the second-best start.
- The Rebels began the year 3-1 before they rattled off eight straight wins - the longest streak since the 2013 team won 10 in a row (February 23 to March 12). A loss to CSU Bakersfield snapped the winning run; however, a victory at CSUN has given UNLV wins in nine of its last 10 outings.
- The Rebels have won 12 of their last 14 games, which is the longest run since the 2003 team did the same from April 12 through May 10.1987).

SEASON TICKETS: UNLV still has 19 home games remaining to be played at Earl E. Wilson Stadium and fans can purchase their 2018 Rebel baseball season tickets online at or by calling 702-739-FANS (3267). Season tickets are $90 for adults (13 and older), while seniors (62-plus), faculty and staff, and alumni are $75.

SINGLE-GAME TICKETS: Fans can purchase single-game tickets online and in-advance for only $5; however, they must be purchased through three hours prior to first pitch. Single-game tickets are priced at $8 for adults, $6 for senior/faculty/staff and $4 for groups of 15 or more. As always, UNLV students (with Rebel Card) and kids 12 and under are always free.

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