The Hustlin' Rebels are the baseball team at UNLV and play their games at Earl E.Wilson Stadium at Roger Barnson Field which seats 3,000 and is on the UNLV campus. In 1997, the infield playing surface was replaced and the outfield fences was replaced with a new fence that stands 12 ft high.They play their home games at Cox Pavilion which seats 2,500 and is on the UNLV campus (some games could be played at T-Mobile Arena, which opened in 2016 and whose capacity is 20,000).
The Rebels compete in the NCAA Division I (Football Bowl Subdivision for college football) as a member of the Mountain West Conference. Some of the Rebels teams use variations of the team name for their individual sport, such as the Runnin' Rebels for men's basketball.
Future plans call for a new clubhouse, a new synthetic outfield surface, an overhang for the bleachers, a two-story press box, new batting cages and a video scoreboard to replace the scoreboard which was installed in 2009.
Famous Hustlin' Rebels include Marty Cordova, Cecil Fielder, Toby Hall, Ryan Ludwick, Todd Stottlemyre and Matt Williams.
Included will be two basketball courts, an academic area and film room, locker rooms, athletic training, strength and conditioning, and equipment areas.
The facility will be complete in the Spring of 2011.