Nevada Wolf Pack Basketball Tickets -The Schedule in 2013-2014
The Mountain West Conference is extremely tight
this season, with three teams tied for second place. The 2013-2014 season may prove to be the wildest yet and it will come
down to the very last game to see who will be the regular season champion and which teams will rise in the standings for the
Mountain West Conference Tournament in March. The Nevada Wolf Pack are having a good year, but need to win out in down the
stretch to try to pass the long jam that is currently second place. A recent win over Air Force ended a brutal five game losing
streak for the Wolf Pack, one that badly damaged what was a strong conference showing. Hoping to right the ship down the stretch,
the Wolf Pack will have a tough test for their next home game when the New Mexico Lobos come to the Lawlor Events Center in
Reno. The Lobos are currently tied for the top spot in the Mountain West and the Wolf Pack know that a victory over their
foes from New Mexico could be just what the doctor ordered. First order of business for Nevada will be stopping Lobos forward
Cameron Bairstow, who is having an excellent Senior season, averaging over 20 point and 7 rebounds a game. The Lobos do a
lot of things well, so the Wolf Pack must bring their A game to get this crucial win over their ranked opponent.
last regular season game of the season is March 8 when their in state rivals, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Running
Rebels come to Reno. This rivalry always brings the heat and the Wolf Pack fanbase will be sure to bring everything they have
to cheer their team on to victory. UNLV is tied for second place and the Wolf Pack know that they will be desperate to rise
above the other teams they are tied with for a chance to get a higher seen in the Mountain West Conference. Currently ranked
in the top 15 in rebounds per game, the Running Rebels crash the boards all game long. The Wolf Pack need to step it up and
try to out physical UNLV, especially Junior forward Roscoe Smith, who averages over 11 points and 11 rebounds per game. The
final home game of the year is a very special occasion every season, when teams thank and say goodbye to their departing Seniors.
Don't miss the last game of the year at Lawlor Events Center, especially against the hated UNLV Running Rebels.
The Mountain West Conference has seen many changes over the years, with teams leaving and arriving. The
current roster of school's in very impressive and the lineup is as competitive as ever. With prestigious basketball programs
like the New Mexico Lobos, San Diego State Aztecs, UNLV Running Rebels and Nevada Wolf Pack, every year will be a battle for
first place. 2013-2014 marks the 15th Anniversary of the forming of the Mountain West Conference, and the teams are out to
show the major conferences just how good its basketball programs are. San Diego State and New Mexico are looking to make a
statement that the conference could have two to three teams make the NCAA Tournament this season, and they hope to make a
major statement once they get there. Mountain West fans already know how tough the conference is and they hope the rest of
the country finds out this March as well.
A member of the Mountain West Conference since 2012,
the University of Nevada, Reno basketball program has enjoyed a very successful history. The most recent success came in the
mid-2000's when they went to the NCAA Tournament four years in a row, from 2004-2007. In 2004 as a #10 seed, the Wolf Pack
made it all the way to the Sweet Sixteen after victories over two Tournament powerhouse programs, the Michigan State Spartans
and Gonzaga Bulldogs. Now in the Mountain West Conference, the Wolf Pack are looking to recreate the magic of that time and
can do so with players like Senior guard Deonte Burton, who is averaging almost 20 points and 5 assists a game. This team
is one big win away from grabbing a high seed in the upcoming conference tournament, and from there the team knows that anything
Nevada Wolf Pack Basketball Trivia
In 2007, in the midst of an incredible run for the Wolf
Pack, what was the ranking their reached, which was the highest in school history?
The Wolf Pack were ranked #9 in the
Coaches Poll and #10 in the Associated Press Poll in 2007 on the way to winning the Western Athletic Conference regular season
title and making it to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
There is nothing like seeing
a college basketball game live, and Nevada Wolf Pack home games at Lawlor Event Center are always exciting. Seating over 11,000
screaming Wofl Pack fans, Lawlor Event Center is the home of one of the best and most intimidating home courts in the Mountain
West Conference. Don't miss your chance to see live Wolf Pack action this season and help cheer on your favorite team as they
head down the home stretch.