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2015 UNLV Rebels
Tim Chambers enters his fifth season as the head coach of the UNLV Rebels baseball team. Last year, he led the team to its first Mountain West regular season title since 2005. For his efforts, Chambers became the third coach in program history to earn Mountain West Coach of the Year honors, joining Jim Schlossnagle (2003) and Buddy Gouldsmith (2005). He also became the fastest coach in program history to reach 100 wins.
The Rebels celebrated one of the most exciting seasons in recent history in 2014. The team was picked to finish third in the Mountain West, but used stellar starting pitching throughout the year to compile a 36-25 overall record and 20-10 record in the Mountain West, capturing a share of the regular-season Mountain West title with New Mexico.
UNLV opened the season with a four-game sweep of Central Michigan, but the following weekend the Rebels were swept at Tennessee. After being swept by the Volunteers, the team rattled off six straight wins and captured their first series win at New Mexico since 2009.
Associate Head Coach
Associate head coach Stan Stolte enters his fifth season at UNLV, serving as the Rebels pitching coach and recruiting coordinator.
Overall Stolte has sent 15 players to the Major Leagues and has developed 18 All-Americans. He has mentored five conference pitchers of the year, including three of the last four (Erick Fedde, 2014; Buddy Borden, 2013; Tanner Peters, 2011). 85 of his players have signed professional contracts and he saw 28 of his pitchers named to all-conference teams.
In 2014, he saw juinor Erick Fedde become one of the best pitchers in the country. Fedde was named a Second Team All-American and was on the Midseason Golden Spikes Award watch list before his season came to a premature end after an injury. Despite his injury, Fedde became the third player in UNLV history to become a first-round draft pick as he was drafted 18th overall in the 2014 First Year Player Draft by the Washington Nationals. He was also named the 2014 Mountain West Player of the Year after posting a 8-2 record with a 1.76 ERA.
Kevin Higgins enters his fifth season as an assistant coach with the UNLV Rebels baseball team. Higgins coaches the infield and oversees the catchers.
Higgins helped tutored two MLB draftees in 2014, as T.J. White and Patrick Armstrong were both taken on the final day of the MLB Draft. He also helped Armstrong and A.J. Hernandez take home Mountain West Player of the Week honors (Armstrong - Week 11; Hernandez - Week 14).
Defensively, the team held a .967 fielding percentage in 2014, which was the highest percentage since 2003. The Rebels also finished with 78 errors on the year, the lowest amount since 2008.
Travis Feiner enters his first season as the Undergraduate Assistant Coach. He is no stranger to the UNLV program, having played for the Rebels during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Feiner transferred to UNLV after playing two seasons at Western Nevada College in Carson City, Nev.
As a senior in 2011, Feiner helped the Rebels to a 33-25 overall record. He appeared in 45 games, making 36 starts. He held a .260 batting average and hit six home runs while driving in 23 RBI. In his first year with the Rebels, he appeared in 37 games, making 27 starts. He finished with a .276 batting average and hit two home runs while driving in 13 RBI.
The Las Vegas native is a 2007 graduate of Cimarron-Memorial HS.
Director of Baseball Operations