Nevada-Boise State Game Notes
Nevada Game Notes: - With the 95-81 victory at Boise State, Nevada improved to 26-2 overall and 13-1 in WAC play. With the win and a loss by second-place New Mexico State, the Wolf Pack clinched the 2007 WAC regular-season title outright. That marks the fourth consecutive season that Nevada has earned at least a share of the WAC regular-season crown and its third consecutive outright conference championship. Nevada now holds a three-game lead in the WAC standings heading into the end of the regular season next week. - The Wolf Pack improved to 10-1 on the road this year (6-1 on the road in WAC action) and won for the 16th time in its last 17 regular-season road games. - Nevada also won its ninth consecutive contest overall and its 19th in the last 20 games. - The team scored a season-high 95 points tonight. Nevada also turned in its previous scoring high against Boise State in a 90-86 victory on Jan. 8 in Reno. - Nevada made 11-of-22 three-point attempts in the game, just one short of the team's season high. Nevada now has made 212 treys this season and needs just two more to tie the school single-season record of 214 made by the 1996-97 team. - All five of Nevada's starters scoring in double figures for the first time this season. The Wolf Pack had seen four starters score in double figures in 10 other games this year. - Senior Nick Fazekas led the team with 28 points on 12-of-19 shooting from the field. Junior Ramon Sessions had 17 points, senior Denis Ikovlev had 14, senior Kyle Shiloh 12 and junior Marcelus Kemp 10. Shiloh led the team in rebounding with nine boards, while Fazekas added eight. - Ikovlev made a career-high four three-pointers in the game, while Shiloh, Kemp and freshman Tyrone Hanson each added two treys. The two three-pointers made also tied Hanson's career best. - With his eight rebounds, Fazekas moved into a tie for second on the WAC career rebounding list. He now has 1,197 career rebounds, which is tied for second with Wyoming's Reginald Slater (1988-92).