When it comes to a show of soccer dominance, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas women’s team doesn’t let up on the gas. In their season opener against Missouri Valley opponent Drake University, the team showed off the firepower it takes to be reigning Mountain West champions.
The reigning Mountain West Champions were ranked 8th in conference at the start of last season. They shook things up when they entered the MW tournament top-seeded and grabbed the title during a stunning penalty-kick finisher against San Diego State. They tied the Aztecs 3-to-3 in double overtime.
The Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board heard from a number of attendees at a meeting this afternoon which featured members of the Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Stadium project team — including Raiders President Marc Badain — and a sports financier from Bank of America.
University of Las Vegas, Nevada athletes like Chidera Akubuil0, Kevin Partida and Danny Musovski are leading the way in the Rebels’ search for national soccer dominance. Musovski’s name’s been heard a lot this preseason as he’s picked up the preseason player of the year vote from the 2017 coaches poll and a spot on the Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy list — these accolades come after a flashy season where the senior forward took home Western Atlantic Conference honors. That being said, we’d be remiss to not highlight other talent produced by the university.
When champion fighters Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor take the ring for their unprecedented match-up they’ll be joined by undercard fighters looking to win big in title matches.
The United Soccer League press conference was held on Friday, August 11.
The University of Las Vegas, Nevada men’s soccer team will return 10 of their starters from last season — a significant factor as they’ll look to participate in the Western Atlantic Conference and NCAA tournaments for the second year in a row.
A media storm hit Floyd Mayweather’s gym Thursday afternoon in Vegas during a special training session put on by Mayweather Promotions. Mayweather, the star attraction, was accompanied by fighters on his undercard — Gervonta Davis, Badou Jack and Andrew Tabiti — contending for or defending championship titles.
North Las Vegas sprinter-turned-pro-turned-coach, Bryn Davis, boasts an impressive résumé.