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Tiffany Neumeier Breeden (Volleyball/1994-97)





One of the most dominating players in Nevada volleyball history, Tiffany Neumeier Breeden is the Wolf Pack’s career leader with 1,779 kills. She turned in 472 kills in both 1996 and 1997 to set the school single-season record, and only two players since have surpassed her single-season mark. She ranks third with 1,243 career digs and is sixth with 107 career service aces. Breeden still holds three of the top 10 single-season marks for kills and attacks. She also ranks in the top 15 for single-game kills, attacks and digs, including a 30-kill performance against New Mexico State in 1995 which is still the third-best match in school history.
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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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