Rebels Host Final Matches Of Regular Season This Weekend


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The UNLV volleyball team (24-3, 15-1 MW), and current Mountain West leader, will return home for the final home games of regular season, beginning with a match against Wyoming (10-18, 6-10 MW) Thursday night at 6:30 p.m., and concluding Senior Day against Colorado State (18-9, 11-5 MW) Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m.

UNLV is coming off its seventh consecutive 2-0 weekend in conference play after sweeping both SDSU and Fresno State on the road.

The Cowgirls, whom the Rebels swept earlier this season (Sept. 24), comes into the weekend with a 0-2 record after falling to both Air Force and New Mexico in five sets. Wyoming will take on Colorado State at home Tuesday evening at 4:30 p.m.

The Rams, who handed the Scarlet & Gray their only conference loss at the beginning of the season (Sept. 22), comes into the weekend with a 1-1 record after getting swept by New Mexico and defeating Air Force in four sets. CSU will take on Wyoming in Laramie Tuesday evening at 4:30 p.m. before making the trip to Las Vegas.

-Thursday: Polynesian/International Student Appreciation Night with a tailgate inside Cox Pavilion, free food for the first 100 fans and free rally towels.
-Saturday: Senior Day festivities will take place after the completion of the match, the seniors being honored are Thea Sweder, Ellease Crumpton, Jhenna Gabriel and Paris Oliveira

Fans can follow this weekend’s conference matchups through live stats and social media. Both matches will be available to live stream through the Mountain West Network. Links to video and stats can be found online at in the “schedule” section of the volleyball page, as well as on the team’s official social media channels: @UNLVvball (Twitter and Instagram) and @UNLVRebelVolleyball (Facebook).

The Rebels will head over to Fort Collins, Colorado for the 2022 Mountain West Conference Tournament held November 23-25.

– Maya Sands received the first weekly award for the Scarlet & Gray (Sept. 19) earning both MW Freshman and Defensive Player of the Week after recording 55 digs, seven assists, five service aces, five points and three receptions to help the Rebels to a 2-1 weekend.
– Sands earned her second weekly honors of the season after being named Freshman of the Week again (Oct. 17) after helping the Rebels to its third consecutive 2-0 weekend in conference play.
– Junior Gabrielle Arretche-Ramos earned MW Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 3) after totaling 31 kills, 57 attacks, a .436 hitting percentage, 10 digs, 37 points, three blocks and three service aces during the Scarlet & Gray’s 2-0 weekend.
– Graduate student Ellease Crumpton earned MW Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 24) after totaling 24 kills, a hitting percentage of .455, 11 digs, 32.5 points, three solo blocks and two service aces during UNLV’s fourth consecutive 2-0 weekend in conference play.
– Redshirt junior Isabel Martin earned MW Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 31) after totaling 30 kills, a hitting percentage of .406, 19 digs, one service ace, three solo blocks and 36 total points during UNLV’s fifth consecutive 2-0 weekend in conference play.
– Martin earned her second weekly honors of the season after being named the MW Offensive Player of the Week for the second consecutive week (Nov. 7) after accumulating 31 kills, a hitting percentage of .369, recording two service aces, 19 digs, five block assists and 35.5 total points during UNLV’s sixth consecutive 2-0 weekend in conference play.

– UNLV currently ranks tied for 13th in the NCAA for match W-L percentage with .889, they also sit 34th in the NCAA for assists per set (12.78), 35th in kills per set (13.79) and rank 50th for hitting percentage (.252).
– The Rebels currently sit second in the conference for hitting percentage (.252), second in assists (12.78 per set), second in kills (13.79 per set) and sit third for digs with 14.75 per set.
– Graduate student Jhenna Gabriel leads in the conference and ranks 33rd in the nation for assists with 10.56 per set.
– Redshirt-junior Isabel Martin ranks second in the MW for both kills per set with 3.86 and in points with 4.37 per set.
– Freshman Maya Sands currently sits tied for fourth in the MW for digs per set with 3.72.
– Junior Gabrielle Arretche-Ramos sits fifth in the MW for both kills per set with 3.70 and in points per set with 4.10.
– Sophomore Dakota Quinlan ranks seventh in the conference for hitting percentage with .335.
– Graduate student Ellease Crumpton sits eighth in the MW for hitting percentage with .333, followed by redshirt junior Jordyn Freeman who ranks 10th with .326.

– Dating back to 2019, UNLV has gone 81-15 in its last 96 matches. The Rebels have won 24 of 27 matches this season and 50 of its last 59.
– UNLV returned eight letterwinners this season. Also returning to the squad from last season were Gabrielle Arretche-Ramos, Arien Fafard, Jordyn Freeman, Chloe Thomas, Isha Knight, Keyana Cruse, Dakota Quinlan, Livvy Setla, Isabel Martin and Thea Sweder. There are eight newcomers, which include three freshmen, a trio of transfers and a pair of graduate transfers.
– UNLV is led by fifth-year head coach Dawn Sullivan, who looks to guide her squad to the postseason for the fifth straight season.
– Junior Arien Fafard had her 1,000th career assist during the opening weekend of the Rebels’ 2022 campaign at UNT.
– The Rebels defeated No. 19 Kansas on September 10, 2022, making that the second win over a ranked team since 2016. The first being then No. 25 Washington State during the fall 2021 season at the Rebel Challenge (Sept. 4, 2021).
– Head Coach Dawn Sullivan notched 100 wins during the match against then-MW leaders San Jose State, 3-1.
– UNLV was the first MW program to clinch a spot in the MW Tournament held November 23-25 in Fort Collins, Colorado.
– Jhenna Gabriel recorded her 1,000th assist for the season during the Fresno State match (Nov. 12).
– UNLV earned at least a share of the MW Regular Season title after sweeping Fresno State (Nov. 12).

PURCHASE TICKETS: Single-game ticket prices this season are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, faculty and staff, and $5 to groups of 15 or more. Fans that purchase tickets online before game day can get them for an advanced single-game price of $6. Tickets may be purchased at, by calling 702-739-FANS (3267) or by visiting the Thomas & Mack Center Box Office.

All high school, middle school and elementary students are free under UNLV’s new admission policy. To receive free admission, high school students must present valid Nevada are school I.D. at the box office on gameday for one (1) complimentary ticket. Current UNLV students will receive free admission with a valid school I.D. All other students will receive a complimentary ticket at the box office (no I.D. required). Kids not yet elementary school age will continue to receive free admission for all UNLV Olympic sports.

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Rebels Host Final Matches Of Regular Season This Weekend
Rebels Host Final Matches Of Regular Season This Weekend