June 2014 Archives

Wolf Pack Park turf is for sale

The University of Nevada is replacing the FieldTurf at Wolf Pack Park, the practice facility for the Wolf Pack football team and other sports programs at Nevada.

With the installation of the new surface, the previous surface is available for purchase by the general public.

To claim a portion of the turf, click here. The turf is available until July 9.

 

 

Former Nevada women's basketball guard Tahnee Robinson will continue her professional playing career with Basket ROW Rybnik (BLK), a team based in Poland. Robinson enters her fourth season of professional basketball, having played last season for Elizabeth-Basket in the Ukrainian Higher League. In 22 games last year, Robinson averaged 12.2 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.3 steals per game, helping her team to the league title. She was selected to the Eurobasket.com All-Ukrainian Higher League second team for her play in 2013-14. Prior to her time in Ukraine, Robinson played at Neftochimic (NBL) in the Bulgarian League where she put up 16.5 points, 8.2 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game in 15 contests. Again, she earned a spot on the Eurobasket.com Bulgarian League second team and All-Imports team. During her first professional season in Europe, she participated in an Israeli League, playing at Elitzur Holon. Robinson became Nevada's first WNBA selection in 2011, being drafted in the third round by the Phoenix Mercury.

Information provided by Eurobasket News Center

Baskins qualifies for United States Public Links Championship

Josh Baskins, who just completed his senior season for the Wolf Pack men's golf team, is on his way to the United States Public Links Championships.
Baskins, a Redding, Calif., native, shot a 149 over 36 holes on Monday at Thunder Canyon to win a qualifying event by two strokes. The win advances him to the Public Links Championship in July in Kansas.
Baskins topped Fallon's Matt Vanderbeek by two strokes with the Wolf Pack's Derek Ream a shot back of Vanderbeek. With his third place finish, Ream is the second alternate.
The championship will be played July 14-19 at Sand Creek Station Golf Course in Newton, Kan.
The Nevada program has had its share of history with the Publinx event. Last year, Wolf Pack coach Jacob Wilner won the local qualifying, also at Thunder Canyon in Washoe Valley, and played in the championship in Virginia.
In 2006, the Wolf Pack's Casey Watabu won the championship, joining the likes of Brandt Snedeker, Ryan Moore and Hunter Haas as recent Publinx champions.
Baskins is set to return to the Wolf Pack in the fall as a student volunteer coach. He's had a strong summer as he and Wilner recently won the Northern Nevada Golf Association's Washoe County Two-Man tournament.

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