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Alex Van Dyke (Football/1994-95)





A two-time All-American, Alex Van Dyke was one of the most electrifying wide receivers in school history. He broke three NCAA records during his career (since broken), including receiving yards (1,854), receptions (128) and all-purpose yards (3,100). Van Dyke scored 26 touchdowns in just two seasons and still ranks in the Nevada top 10 in every career receiving, all-purpose and kickoff return category. He was a unanimous selection as the 1995 Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Year after leading the nation in receptions per game (11.7) and yards per game (168.6) as a senior. In 1996, Van Dyke became the highest draft pick in school history after being taken 31st overall by the New York Jets, and went on to spend five seasons in the NFL (three with the Jets and two with the Philadelphia Eagles).The unanimous selection at wide receiver on Nevada’s “Team of the Century” in 1998, Van Dyke owns Going Vertical, a state-of-the-art training facility for athletes, in his hometown of Sacramento, Calif.
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Cross Country

Nevada Wins Nature's Bakery Twilight Classic

Coming around the final turn of the Nature's Bakery Twilight Classic cross country course, senior Emily Myers was well ahead of the rest of the field. Myers crossed the finish line in first place, claiming her first collegiate cross country victory. Myers' finish led the Pack to a victory at their home meet to start the season strong.

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