Mark Lewis earned All-America honors at shortstop from the American Baseball Coaches Association, Mizuno and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association in 1994. The 1994 Big West MVP and a first-team all-conference selection, he finished third on the team in batting average in both 1993 (.325) and 1994 (.372). Lewis led the team in RBI in each of his two seasons (42 in 1993 and 63 in 1994). He also paced the team with 84 hits and tied for first with 10 home runs in 1994 to lead the Wolf Pack to the Big West Conference championship and its first ever NCAA Regional appearance. He helped Nevada to a 69-34-1 record in his two seasons and played in the minor leagues for the Montreal Expos.