Men's Basketball
Pacific-Nevada Game Notes





Nevada Game Notes vs. Pacific - Dec. 16, 2006   - Nevada improved to 9-1 on the season with the victory, the team's first over Pacific at Lawlor Events Center since the 2002-03 season. - With the victory, seniors Nick Fazekas and Kyle Shiloh (2003-present) become the winningest players in school history, passing Kevinn Pinkey for the honor. Fazekas and Shiloh have now been members of teams that have won 86 games (86-23 record), surpassing the 85 wins that Pinkney's squad turned in (85-43, 2002-05). - Junior Marcelus Kemp led the Wolf Pack in scoring for the second consecutive game, scoring 19 points. He also made four three-pointers for the second straight night, going 4-of-8 from three-point land. - Senior Nick Fazekas turned in his eighth double-double in nine games with 13 points and 10 rebounds. - Playing with a thigh contussion that kept him out of the majority of practice this week, junior Ramon Sessions had a season-best eight assists. He also finished with 11 points in the game. - The Wolf Pack has now won 44 of its last 46 games when holding an opponent to 60 points or less, including a 2-1 record this season. - Nevada will finish finals on Wednesday and return to action on Friday, Dec. 22 at Akron in a return of last year's BracketBuster game. The Wolf Pack defeated the Zips 88-61 on Feb. 17, 2006 in Reno in last year's BracketBuster.
 

 

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