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University of Nevada – Reno
The magical ride continues for Nevada as the Pack downed New Mexico 64-62 in the Mountain West Conference Tournament quarterfinals.
The fourth seeded Lobos are set to take on fifth seed Nevada Thursday in the quarterfinals at 2:30 p.m. PST/3:30 p.m. MST
The Nevada Wolf Pack was one shot away from beating the UNLV Rebels once again on Saturday. Unfortunately for the Wolf Pack, though, that shot belonged to UNLV’s Patrick McCaw.
(Photo: Jason Bean/RGJ file)
Reno Gazette-Journal sports writer Chris Murray breaks down Nevada’s game against UNLV.
The Wolf Pack’s struggles from the 3-point line last season were easy to notice as Nevada finished 350th out of 351 Division I teams in 3-point shooting.
With its win over Air Force on Jan. 9, Nevada won its 10th game of 2015-16, surpassing its win total of nine from last season.
The Wolf Pack were blasted by the Fresno State Bulldogs 85-63. The loss drops Nevada’s overall record to 9-6 and 1-2 in the Mountain West while the Bulldogs improve their overall record to 11-5 and 2-1 in the Mountain West.
Winners of three-straight games after sweeping its last homestand, Nevada (8-3) hits the road to take on Wichita State (5-5)