2004–05 Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball team
|2004–05 Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball 10|
WAC Regular season champion
WAC Tournament champion
|Conference||Western Athletic Conference|
|Record||25–7 (16–2 WAC)|
|Home arena||Lawlor Events Center|
|2004–05 WAC men's basketball standings|
|San Jose State||3||–||15||.167||6||–||23||.207|
|† 2005 WAC Tournament winner |
The 2004–05 Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball team represented the University of Nevada, Reno during the 2003–04 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Wolf Pack, led by former assistant and first-year head coach Mark Fox, played their home games at the Lawlor Events Center on their campus in Reno, Nevada as members of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).
After finishing atop the conference regular season standings, Nevada won the WAC Tournament to receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament as No. 9 seed in the Midwest Region. The Wolf Pack defeated Texas in the opening round before falling to No. 1 seed and eventual National runner-up Illinois in the round of 32. This was the second straight season where Nevada's season was ended by the National runner-up. The team finished with a record of 25–7 (16–2 WAC).
|2004–05 Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball team|
Schedule and results
|Mar 10, 2005*
||Lawlor Events Center |
|Mar 17, 2005*
||(9 CHI)||vs. (8 CHI) Texas
||RCA Dome |
|Mar 19, 2005*
||(9 CHI)||vs. (1 CHI) No. 1 Illinois
||RCA Dome |
*Non-conference game. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses. CHI=Chicago.
All times are in Pacific Time.
- "Georgia Tech Ends Nevada's Dream Run". The Los Angeles Times. March 27, 2004. Retrieved July 2, 2021.
- "2004-05 Men's Basketball Schedule". nevadawolfpack.com. Retrieved August 6, 2022.