March 22, 2018
LAS VEGAS, NV – For only $10, The UNLV Rebel Soccer Foundation (“RSF”) is offering the chance for 16 lucky people to be able to watch HAMILTON: AN AMERICAN MUSICAL from a center-stage box on its Smith Center opening weekend. That is the cost of the raffle tickets RSF is selling throughout the valley and at selected UNLV athletics and other sporting events over the next couple of months. Raffle tickets are also available to purchase by contacting Head Coach Richard Ryerson at Richard.Ryerson@unlv.edu
Hamilton: An American Musical has been the hottest ticket on Broadway since its inception in 2015. The musical is sung and rapped about the life of the American founding Father Alexander Hamilton, with music, lyrics, and book by Lyn-Manuel Miranda. It is based loosely on the Ron Chernow novel. A quick look at orchestra seating for this opening week on StubHub™ is showing tickets well in excess of $1,500 each; and the tickets being raffled are in a prized, center-stage box, BOX “J”, making the likely value well in excess of $7,500 for each set of four tickets. RSF President Dan Giraldo commented, “We are extremely happy to kick-off our fundraising campaign for this season with such an amazing offer. Hamilton is the biggest show on the planet, and the chance for four lucky winners to receive tickets worth about $7,500 for only $10 is really exciting.”
The winners will be drawn on May 15 at 1pm at UNLV’s Peter Johann Soccer Field, with UNLV’s Athletic Director Desiree Reed-Francois drawing the lucky winners, and said…“We are looking forward to another successful season under head coach Rich Ryerson’s leadership and encourage our community to help support the team through this raffle.”
There will be four drawing winners, each being awarded four (4) box seats to the matinee performance on either Saturday June 2, 2018 or Sunday June 3, 2018. The proceeds of the raffle will be used by RSF to benefit the UNLV soccer programs. The tickets have been generously provided to the RSF by The Engelstad Family Foundation.
The UNLV Rebel Soccer Foundation is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit that has been officially accepted by UNLV and the UNLV Foundation as an affiliated entity. The foundation’s mission is support the UNLV soccer program to compete at the highest levels and produce student athletes who are successful on the field and in the classroom.
UNLV will open on Thursday night at Peter Johann Memorial Field.
Feb. 14, 2018
LAS VEGAS (UNLVRebels.com) – The UNLV men’s soccer team begins its 2018 spring schedule this Thursday with a 7 pm contest against Almere City FC U19 (Holland) at Peter Johann Memorial Field. All home games for the men’s soccer team in the spring season will have free admission.
The Rebels will then have a pair of home games in the month of March. First will be a match with Dixie State on Saturday, March 10 at 8 pm, while UNLV will also host Redlands on Saturday, March 24 with a 5 pm start.
The month of April has the Rebels facing two double-headers. The first will again be at Peter Johann Memorial Field, as UNLV will play Cal State San Bernardino and Ottowa University (AZ) on Saturday, April 7, with the start times still TBD. They will close out the spring slate on Saturday, April 14 with two games in Northridge, California. First the Rebels will play the host school CSU Northridge at 1 pm, and will follow that with a neutral contest against Loyola Marymount at 3 pm.
UNLV Men’s Soccer 2018 Spring Schedule
|Thursday, Feb. 17||7 pm||Almere City FC U19 (Holland)||UNLV|
|Saturday, March 10||8 pm||Dixie State||UNLV|
|Saturday, March 24||5 pm||Redlands||UNLV|
|Saturday, April 7||12 pm||Cal State San Bernardino||UNLV|
|Saturday, April 7||7 pm||Ottowa University (AZ)||UNLV|
|Saturday, April 14||1 pm||at CSU Northridge||Northridge, Calif.|
|Saturday, April 14||3 pm||vs Loyola Marymount||Northridge, Calif.|
UNLV Men’s Soccer announced their Season Ending Banquet is set For January 28th at the Strip View Pavilion at the Thomas & Mack from 12 pm to 1:30 pm. Cost is $30 at the door and donations are welcome.
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Senior led the nation in scoring this season.
Dec. 22, 2017
LAS VEGAS (UNLVRebels.com) – Senior forward Danny Musovski continues to receive recognition for his outstanding play this past season for the UNLV men’s soccer team as he was named Third Team All-America by College Soccer News. In addition, it was announced Thursday that the Henderson native is one of 60 Division I players who received an invitation to the 2018 MLS Combine.
Musovski will get the chance to show off his talents in front of representatives from all 23 MLS clubs at the 2018 Comibe, which is being held in Orlando, Florida, from Jan. 11-17, 2018. All invited players are eligible for selection in the 2018 SuperDraft January 19 in Philadelphia. A committee of MLS coaches and NCAA Division I coaches from every conference selected the invitees, all of whom completed their college eligibility this season.
With his selection by College Soccer News Musovski is just the second Rebel to become a two-time All-American, joining Robbie Ryerson (1984, ’85). During his sophomore campaign, Musovski was named NSCAA Second Team All-America while also earning third team honors from Top Drawer Soccer and College Soccer News.
Musovski, a graduate of Liberty High School, finished his career at UNLV as one of the top players to ever wear the Scarlet and Gray. He claimed WAC Offensive Player of the Year honors for the second time in his career after leading the nation in both goals (0.88 per game) and points (2.12 per game). His total goals (15) and points (36) ranked him fourth and fifth in the nation, respectively, despite missing five games. Musovski closed out his UNLV career ranked third in total goals with 47, and third in total points with 117. Both marks were WAC career records.
He set a WAC record for points in a game with nine after posting four goals and one assist against Oral Roberts (Sept. 24). Both his four goals, and his nine points, tied for the most in the nation in a game this season. His seven points off three goals and an assist in the win at San Jose State (Oct. 6) set a WAC record for total points in a conference game. Other honors for Musovski this season included United Soccer Coaches First Team All-West Region and first team All-WAC.
UNLV men’s soccer player Marco Gonzalez is ranked among the postseason Top Drawer Soccer top 100 freshman player rankings released this week.
Gonzalez is ranked 78th by TDS. He was selected honorable mention All-Conference and was named to the WAC All-Freshman team. A native of Las Vegas, Gonzalez was the top scoring first-year player in the WAC as with 18 points off six goals and six assists.