UNLV Rebels Baseball Tickets
Home Stadium: Earl E. Wilson Baseball Stadium, Paradise, Nev.
Conference: Mountain West Conference
Head Coach: Stan Stolte
Notable Matchups: New Mexico State (1996), Pacific (1970) and Arizona State (1978)
Notable Players: Edarian Williams, Cameron Jabara, James Gamble and Ryan Hare
UNLV Rebels Baseball TicketsThe UNLV Revels baseball team first took to the field in 1967. The team's all-time record is 1,623-1,348-8 (.546) in 52 seasons. This NCAA Division I team, also known as the Hustlin’ Rebels, calls home field advantage at Earl E. Wilson Stadium at Roger Barnson Field since its opening in 1994. With a seating capacity of 3,000 fans, it is here that they will begin their season in mid-February with a string of home games. Over the years, the Rebels have made 20 appearances in the NCAA Tournament, including four appearances in the Final Four. They hold the title to one NCAA Tournament Championship in 1990. The UNLV Hall of Fame inductees include Ralph Garcia (1967-1970), Herb Pryor (1988), Matt Williams (1997) and the entire 1980 baseball squad. With both new and returning players this season, the Rebels are hitting hard with high hopes of making it to the post-season. Get your UNLV Rebels baseball tickets at StubHub.
Who coaches the UNLV Revels baseball team?Stan Stolte has been the head coach of the Hustlin’ Rebels since the 2016 season. Prior to that, he was the Rebels’ Associate Head Coach since 2010. In his 33-year career of coaching college baseball, he has seen 115 of his players sign professional contracts. Of those, 17 were for major league baseball. Stolte is assisted by associate head coach Kevin Higgins, who also began with the Rebels in 2010 as assistant coach. Stolte and Higgins are supported by assistant coach/recruiting coordinator, Cory Vanderhook, and volunteer pitching coach, Greg Maddux.
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How much are tickets to a UNLV Rebels baseball game?At StubHub, you can find a variety of ticket prices to meet any budget. In general, ticket prices depend on seat location, what teams are playing and the type of game. For example, postseason championship games generally cost more than regular season games, and seats closer to the infield are often more expensive than those in the outfield. Check StubHub often for the latest pricing information.
Where do the UNLV Rebels play?Home games are located in Paradise, Nev., just outside of Las Vegas. However, if you cannot make it to a Rebels home game, you can catch them in other cities in the region. Some of these locations include Lubbock, Texas; Lincoln, Neb.; Phoenix, Ariz.; and Boise, Idaho.
What is the UNLV Rebels baseball schedule like?You can catch the Rebels starting off the season at their home field playing against teams like the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Creighton Bluejays and the Central Michigan Chippewas. You can also catch them competing against other teams in the Mountain West Conference including the Fresno State Bulldogs, the Nevada Wolf Pack and the Boise State Broncos.
Who are some former UNLV Rebels who went to the MLB?Some Rebels baseball alumni who went on to play for the MLB include Jim Bonnell, Bob Chadwick, Tony Costa, Chris Humphries, Ken Longman and Marc Lopez who all played for the Philadelphia Phillies; Jack Ayers, Frank De Santis, Gus Kennedy and Hugh Pobur who all played for the Chicago Cubs; and Joe Boever, Kevin Lofthus, Eric Ludwick, TJ Mathews, Mike McClellan, Mike Ryser, Jon Sims and Mike Slavenski who all played for the Oakland A’s.
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