Marty Zendejas (Football/1984-87)





A native of Chino Hills, Calif., Marty Zendejas earned All-America honors three years from 1984-86. The brother of 1996 Hall of Fame inductee Tony Zendejas, he was a three-time first-team All-Big Sky honoree and became the Big Sky career leading scorer with 385 points, breaking that mark during his junior year. He made 80 percent of his career field goals (72 of 90) and did not have a field goal blocked in four seasons at Nevada. He still holds the Nevada career records for kick scoring, field goals and points after touchdown (169 of 171). Zendejas played briefly in the Arena Football League, and he and his brother, Tony, currently own restaurants in southern California.
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Meyer led the Nevada baseball team to four road victories with a blistering effort at the plate, batting .600 in the Pack's win over San Francisco and sweep of San Diego State. He collected 12 hits, 12 RBI and six runs with a .950 slugging percentage. He hit a three-run home run in the series finale against the Aztecs to bat for the cycle on the series with four singles, two doubles, one triple and one home run.

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