Saturday's graduation ceremonies will include spring and summer classes.
Rebel football had a record haul with 26 student-athletes being named to the Fall 2017 Academic All-Mountain West Team.
Four transfers and one early enrollee - all Las Vegas natives - have joined UNLV women's soccer for the spring and will be eligible to compete in the fall.
UNLV women's soccer head coach Chris Shaw adds nine in his 2018 recruiting class.
Seniors Sophie Cortes and Chidera Akubuilo tabbed United Soccer Coaches All-West Region selections.
2017 (Senior): Started 17 of 18 games played in goal ... Tallied just over 1,531 minutes in goal with career-highs for goals-against-average (1.12) and save percentage (.779) ... Had 67 saves while allowing just 19 goals ... Finished with a 13-4 record and career-high four shutouts.
2016 (Junior): Played in 20 games, starting 19 of them ... Finished the season with a 13-2-3 record ... Registered a career-high 81 saves and a .771 save percentage ... Allowed 23 goals for a 1.15 goals against average in just over 1796 minutes of action, also a career-high ... Recorded three shutouts (vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Colorado State and Air Force) ... Made a spectacular save during the shootout of the Moutain West Conference Tournament Championship game to help UNLV capture its first tournament title since 2006 and first NCAA appearance since the same year.
2015 (Sophomore): Played in 12 games with 11 starts…Finished the year with a 5-7-0 record, 52 saves and a .732 save percentage…Made a career-high 13 saves at No. 5 BYU (Sept. 12)…Allowed 19 goals for a 1.93 GAA in 886:25 minutes of action.
2014 (Freshman): The second-ever true freshman to start the season opener for UNLV ... Started all 19 games in goal for the Rebels ... Finished the year with 63 saves and five shutouts ... Allowed 22 goals and posted a 1.17 GAA in 1696:01 minutes of action.
High School: Two-time first team all-league goalkeeper for the Tigers ... Team captain junior and senior years, Defensive MVP and Most Inspirational as a senior, when she posted a 1.15 GAA and 91 saves ... All-League 4-A Narrows second team as a sophomore and was a first team selection her junior and senior years ... Three-time All-City first team honoree ... Played three years of basketball ... Two-time Defensive MVP for the Tigers, and also received the Coaches MVP award as a sophomore ... Competed on the track team as well ... Served as team captain senior year and qualified for the league championships as a junior and senior while running on the 4x100 and 4x200 Relay Teams at the District Championships both years. Club:Goalkeeper for Washington Premier 95 ECNL 2007-2014 ... Member of the Washington State ODP for three years ... Attended regional camp three years for Region IV ... In the summer of 2014 her team finished fifth at the ECNL National Championships ... Posted overall record of 42-23-21 in the ECNL. Personal: Jordan Kay Sallee ... Born in Tacoma, Wash. ... Daughter of Wayne and Cori Sallee ... Has one brother, Jacob (22) ... First member of her family to attend a four-year university ... Majoring in chemistry.