On October 8, 2012 Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval announced the launch of the Governor's Series, presented by NV Energy and Barrick Gold. This historic, new competition establishes a formal head-to-head athletic and academic challenge between longtime rivals -- the UNLV Rebels and the Nevada Wolf Pack. The all-encompassing competition will annually crown one school the winner of the Governor's Series.
- Head-to-head competitions will be worth 3 points
- Series or home-and-home competitions will be worth a total of 3 points; head-to-head competition in the conference tournament will serve as a tie-breaker (if available); 1.5 points for series tie in the event the teams split in the regular season and don't play head-to-head in the conference tournament.
- Highest finish in Mountain West Championships will be used for sports that don't compete head-to-head or in a series
- 3 points will be awarded for sport-by-sport comparison of APR scores (school with the most "wins" by sport in the head-to-head comparisons will be awarded 3 points; 1.5 point perinstitution in the event of tie)
- Winning institution will be retain the trophy for one (1) year
- In the event of a tie, the winner of the Battle for Fremont Cannon football game will be used as the tie-breaker
|UNLV Rebels||CURRENT SCORE: 3 - 12||Nevada Wolf Pack|
|Oct. 15||Women's Swimming & Diving||Rivalry Game||Reno, Nev.||Wolf Pack 144, Rebels 98|
|Oct. 28||Women's Cross Country||Mountain West Championship||Boise, Idaho||Wolf Pack 7th, Rebles 11th|
|Oct. 28||Soccer||Rivalry Game||Reno||Rebels 4, Wolf Pack 2|
|Nov. 19||Volleyball||Rivalry Game||Las Vegas||Wolf Pack 3, Rebels 1|
|Nov. 26||Football||Rivalry Game||Las Vegas||Wolf Pack 45, Rebels 10|
|Feb. 8||Men's Basketball||Rivalry Game||Reno||Wolf Pack 104, Rebels 77|
|Feb. 8||Women's Basketball||Rivalry Game||Las Vegas||Rebels 60, Wolf Pack 41|
|Feb. 15-18||Women's Swimming & Diving||Mountain West Championship||College Station, Texas||Wolf Pack 3rd, Rebels 8th|
|Feb. 25||Men's Basketball||Rivalry Game||Las Vegas||TBA|
|Feb. 25||Women's Basketball||Rivalry Game||Reno||4:00 p.m.|
|Feb. 23-25||Women's Indoor Track & Field||Mountain West Championship||Albuquerque, N.M.||All Day|
|April 7||Men's Tennis||Rivalry Series||Las Vegas||TBA|
|April 14||Women's Tennis||Rivalry Match||Las Vegas||12:00 p.m.|
|April 14-16||Softball||Rivalry Series||Reno||TBA|
|April 17-19||Women's Golf||Mountain West Championship||Rancho Mirage, Calif.||All Day|
|April 21-23||Men's Golf||Mountain West Championship||Tucson, Ariz.||All Day|
|May 10-13||Women's Outdoor Track & Field||Mountain West Championship||Logan, Utah||All Day|
|May 12-14||Baseball||Rivalry Series||Las Vegas||TBA|
|Academic Progress Rate||Academic Component|
|Points left to be awarded in 2016-17: Men's Basketball*, Women's Basketball*, Women's Indoor Track & Field, Baseball, Men's Tennis, Women's Tennis, Softball, Women's Golf, Men's Golf, Women's Outdoor Track & Field, Academic Progress Rate.
Points awarded in 2016-17: Women's Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Football, Women's Swimming & Diving
* -- Points will be awarded after the MW Championships as the possibility of a rematch from head-to-head meetings exists.
STAR OF THE WEEK
2016-17 Student Athlete of the Week
D.J. Fenner had a career week with Nevada basketball. Fenner scored 37 points against UNLV, a career high. He also netted 21 points at San Diego State, leading both teams in scoring in back-to-back games. He averaged 29 points and 6.5 rebounds per game against UNLV and SDSU.
- ATHLETE OF THE MONTH