Activities will begin at 10 am that morning outside the Mendenhall, doors open at 10:30 am.
Get your first chance to see the 2012-13 Lady Rebels on Oct. 20.
UNLV will also host Play4Kay on the same day in the game against New Mexico.
All in attendance will receive a free ticket to the UNLV-San Jose State contest that afternoon.
Fans are invited to come watch the Lady Rebels in their first public appearance of the 2011-12 season.
Brezya Rhodes is in her second year on the Lady Rebel staff after being hired in December of 2010 as the team's Director of Basketball Operations. In her role at UNLV, she is responsible for team travel logistics, is the program's academic liaison, assists in marketing and promotions and coordinates community outreach activities and special events.
Rhodes came to Las Vegas after a two-year stint at Northern Arizona, where she was an assistant women's basketball coach. Among her duties at NAU, she was responsible for not only coaching practices and recruiting, but was also involved in scouting, coordinating team travel, summer camps, and film exchange, as well as several other roles for the Lumberjacks.
Prior to NAU, Rhodes spent two years working in the athletic department at UCLA (2006-08), and was involved in several roles, most notably coordinating the main operations for the "First to 100," a year-long NCAA Championship celebration for the Bruins. Rhodes served as the NCAA/Pac-10 liaison for the Senior Women's Administrator, and worked on other athletic department projects during her time on the UCLA campus. During her second year, she was also an assistant coach for the Brentwood High School girls basketball team during the 2007-08 season.
Other athletic positions Rhodes has held include working as a marketing and promotions assistant for the Los Angeles Clippers (2005-06), being the marketing and promotions assistant for the Cal State Northridge athletic department (2004-05), and working as the marketing and community relations assistant for the Los Angeles Sparks during the 2004 WNBA season.
Rhodes spent her first years of college at San Jose City College, where she earned first team all state honors while leading the team to a 57-9 combined two-year record. She played her junior and senior years at CSU Northridge and was a two-time team captain. She earned postseason honors in the Big West Conference and was the team's second-leading scorer as a senior.
Rhodes earned her bachelor of science degree at CSU Northridge in business administration and marketing in June of 2004, and earned her master of arts degree in sport management from Long Beach State in August of 2006.