Nevada honors former player who has twice beaten cancer.
Nevada falls to San Diego State
McWilliams drives in Nevada's lone run
First career honor for the senior
MW play begins Friday at UNLV
We catch up with Erin Jones, who is having one of the best seasons in school history.
2014 (Sr.): Is expected to be the anchor of the middle of the Pack offense, hitting in the middle of the lineup this season.
2013 (Jr.): Had one of the most productive offensive seasons in the history of the program doing damage at the plate in a number of ways ... In 50 games during her junior season ... She tied the single-season record for doubles with 18 ... Hit .340 ... Homered five times ... Drove in 32 runs ... Walked 28 times Struck out only 15 times ... Was hit by seven pitches ... Slugged .565 for the best number on the team ... Was on base at a clip of .464, also the best among Nevada players ... Stole two bases without being thrown out.
2012 (RS): Did not compete due to injury.
2011 (So.): Played in and started 31 games at third base for Nevada after transferring from Sacramento State, where she played for one season ... Was named second-team All-WAC by the conference's coaches ... Led the Pack with a .362 batting average, a .574 slugging percentage and a .429 on-base percentage ... Hit five home runs and drove in 21 runs on the season, while also putting together an eight-game hitting streak ... She ended the season with a seven-game hitting streak.