2016-17 Stars Of The Week
|Sept. 19 - Sept. 25
Playing in his second tournament with Nevada, junior Kaleb Gorbahn recorded a runner-up finish last week at the Ram Masters Invitational. Gorbahn finished at 3-under par, four shots behind the individual winner, and did not post a round over par (69-68-70). He led the field in par 5 scoring for the tournament and was second with 15 birdies. His second place finish helped the Wolf Pack to a second place team finish as well, its second runner-up finish this season.
|Sept. 12 - Sept. 18
James Butler rushed for 174 yards and three touchdowns to help lead the Wolf Pack to a 38-14 win over Buffalo last Saturday. Butler’s three rushing touchdowns sets a single-game career-high and his 174 yards on the ground are the third-most of his career. He now has five rushing TDs for the year, eighth-best in the nation. During the game he passed Otto Kelly to move up to 14th in career rushing yards at Nevada.
|Sept. 5 - Sept. 11
Senior Kathryn Groenweghe helped lead the Pack to another tournament sweep this weekend at home, giving Nevada (7-2) its best start and longest win streak (seven matches) since 2002. The middle recorded nine blocks and 41 kills over the Pack's three matches. She also set a new single match high in kills in each of the matches.
|Aug. 29 - Sept. 4
Redshirt freshman Lindsey Adams led the Wolf Pack women's cross country team to victory Friday night at the Nature's Bakery Twilight Classic. Adams crossed the finish line in 14:37 for her first collegiate victory, coming in first by 20 seconds. Adams is now fourth on the Nevada all-time list for the 4K after breaking Emily Myer's Nevada freshman course record.
|Aug. 22 - Aug. 28
Senior Madison Morell was named to the North Texas Challenge All-Tournament team this weekend as she racked up 46 kills in the three matches the Wolf Pack played.
STAR OF THE WEEK
2016-17 Student Athlete of the Week
Kaleb Gorbahn recorded a runner-up finish last week at the Ram Masters Invitational. Gorbahn finished at 3-under par, four shots behind the individual winner, and did not post a round over par (69-68-70). He led the field in par 5 scoring for the tournament and was second with 15 birdies.
- ATHLETE OF THE MONTH