Eric Beavers (1983-86/ Football)





Beavers was the university’s career leader in touchdown passes (78), total offense (9,028 yards) and pass completions (642). The 1986 Wolf pack team, which Beavers quarterbacked to a 13-1 record, is remembered as one of the greatest teams in the school’s history. After his Wolf Pack career ended, Beavers got into coaching. HE was a graduate assistant at UCLA for a year, coached and played in Austria for three years and returned to northern California to coach at the high school level at Woodland, Davis, San Rafael, and South Tahoe.

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Junior Adam Whitt made history in Nevada's 5-4 victory over Creighton on May 8, breaking the program record for saves in a season. The Carson City native pitched scoreless innings in the eighth and ninth for his 14th save, breaking Matt Gardner's 2012 program record


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