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Native American Appreciation Night Wednesday at women’s hoops, Saturday Pack partners with the Nevada Humane Society


There are two promotions in place for each of the final two regular-season home women’s basketball games March 3 at 7 p.m. and March 6 at 2 p.m.

For the Wednesday, March 3 game against Idaho, Nevada has reached out to the local Native American community to put on a Native American Appreciation Night. Flyers were sent out to local tribes/Native American groups and each flyer will allow up to four fans in free if they bring the flyer to the game.

In addition the Pyramid Lake Junior/Senior High School Dance Group will hold a pre-game honor ceremony for guard Tahnee Robinson. The drum group Red Hoop will sing and the Pyramid Lake High School dance group and Numu Tookwaus color guard will join Robinson for the honor song and dance.

Also, after Wednesday’s game Robinson will her player card for fans. For more information contact Darron Pinkney at 775-682-6963.

For the Saturday, March 6 game against Idaho, the game is Senior Night where Nevada’s senior Marianne Lombardi will be honored before the game for her career at Nevada. In addition to being Senior Night, Nevada is partnering with the Nevada Humane Society. All fans that donate dog or cat supplies will get in for free.

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