Andy Dominique (Baseball/1994-97)





One of the most decorated players in Nevada baseball history, Andy Dominique still appears in nearly every single-season and career list in the Nevada recordbooks. Dominique holds school records for career (62) and single-season homeruns (30). In 1997, he earned All-America honors and was named the MVP of the Big West Conference. A two-time All-Big West selection, Dominique helped Nevada to two NCAA Regional appearances in 1994 and 1997. The Philadelphia Phillies drafted Dominique in the 26th round of 1997 MLB Draft. His Major League debut came in 2004 as a first baseman and catcher for the World Champion Boston Red Sox. He also played for the Toronto Blue Jays and was part of the New York Mets and Seattle Mariners organizations. In 2008, he served as the volunteer hitting coach for the Wolf Pack softball team, helping the team to its historic NCAA Regional appearance.

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T Moe

Women's Basketball

Junior T Moe made history during Friday night's season-opening win over UC Santa Barbara by collecting the program's first triple-double. The 5-8 guard kicked off her season by posting 19 points and career-highs with 12 rebounds and 11 assists to capture the feat, the 10th to be done in the Mountain West. Moe made a strong push for her triple-double in the second half of action, tallying 13 of her 19 points in that half. Nine of her 11 assists were passes inside that led to Nevada's dominance in the paint where the Wolf Pack outscored the Gauchos by 24 points.


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