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Candy Oliver Borda (1969-73/Gymnastics)





In 1970, Oliver finished in the top six in the country in tryouts for the University World Team, which secured a position on the team for her. As the first woman at the University of Nevada to receive an athletic scholarship, she led the Wolf Pack women’s gymnastics team to the championship of the Southwest Regional Collegiate Gymnastics Tournament in 1971. She went on to become an educator and coach at Fernley High School where she won two state championships in track and two in gymnastics during her eight-year tenure. She married Ted Borda and has three sons.

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2015-16 Wolf Pack Moments of the Season

Women's Golf

Duan shoots low individual round of 66

The Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, which features an immensely tough field, was one for the record books for Nevada this past fall. Sophomore Celyn Khoo set the low individual round record with a 67 on day one, only to have that bested by freshman Michelle Duan’s 66 in round two. In addition the team set both an 18-hole record (278) and the program’s 54-hole record (850).

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