Nevada Athletics Development Special Events

Each year, Nevada Athletics Development holds a number of unique events that are vital to the financial viability of providing Wolf Pack student-athletes with a championship experience.

In addition to the opportunity to purchase individual tickets/tables, many of these events have sponsorship opportunities available for individuals or companies seeking to align themselves with and support the Wolf Pack.

For more information about any of Nevada's special events, or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, contact Nevada Athletics Development at (775) 682-6901or via email at WolfPack@unr.edu

Please make plans to join us at the following special events: 

Blue Tie Ball

Edgewood Golf Tournament

The Governor's Dinner

Nevada Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Dinner

BASEBALL
Bobby Dolan Baseball Dinner
First Pitch Luncheons with Jay Johnson


BASKETBALL

Basketball Pre-Game Dinners

Time-Out Men's Basketball Luncheons
Time-Out Women's Basketball Luncheons


FOOTBALL

The Blitz Football Luncheons
Football 101
Signing Day Event


RIFLE

Fall Open House
Something Sweet


MEN'S TENNIS
Mixer, Exhibition & Clinic

WOMEN'S TENNIS

Mixer, Exhibition & Clinic


VOLLEYBALL

Wine & Dessert Auction



For more information about any of Nevada's special events, or to inquire about sponsorship of a special event, contact:

Nevada Athletics Development
Legacy Hall/232
Reno, NV 89557
(775) 682-6901
WolfPack@unr.edu

STAR OF THE WEEK
Student-Athlete of the Week Athlete of the Week

April 14-20

Kewby Meyer

Baseball

Meyer led the Nevada baseball team to four road victories with a blistering effort at the plate, batting .600 in the Pack's win over San Francisco and sweep of San Diego State. He collected 12 hits, 12 RBI and six runs with a .950 slugging percentage. He hit a three-run home run in the series finale against the Aztecs to bat for the cycle on the series with four singles, two doubles, one triple and one home run.

View all 2014-15 honorees.


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