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This is a list of seasons completed by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Runnin' Rebels men's basketball team. The list documents the season-by-season records of the Runnin' Rebels from 1958 to the present. From 1958-69, UNLV was known as Nevada Southern University.

UNLV has won one NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship (1990). In their 51-year history, they have played over -- games and have an all-time winning percentage of .---. The Runnin' Rebels have made appearances in four NCAA College Division tournaments (1965, 1967-69), including one Finals appearance in 1968 16 Division I tournaments (1975-77, 1983-91, 1998, 2000, 2007, 2008), including four Final Four appearances in 1977, 1987, 1990, and 1991. The Runnin' Rebels have won 11 regular season conference championships (10 Big West; 1 MWC) and 14 tournament conference championships (10 Big West; 1 WAC; 3 MWC). UNLV has won the regular season and tournament conference championships 11 times (10 Big West; 1 MWC).

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Michael Drakulich (NCAA College Division) (1958–1963)
1958-59 Michael Drakulich 5-13
1959-60 Michael Drakulich 13-8
1960-61 Michael Drakulich 13-12
1961-62 Michael Drakulich 16-8
1962-63 Michael Drakulich 21-4
Michael Drakulich: 68-45
Ed Gregory (NCAA College Division) (1963–1965)
1963-64 Ed Gregory 19-7
1964-65 Ed Gregory 21-8 NCAA College Division Regionals
Ed Gregory: 40-15
Rolland Todd (NCAA College Division) (1965–1969)
1965-66 Rolland Todd 15-11
1966-67 Rolland Todd 21-6 NCAA College Division Regionals
1967-68 Rolland Todd 22-7 NCAA College Division Finals
1968-69 Rolland Tod 21-7 NCAA College Division Regionals
Rolland Todd (West Coast Athletic Conference) (1969–1970)
1969-70 Rolland Todd 17-9 9-5 T-3rd
Rolland Todd: 96-40 9-5
John Bayer (West Coast Athletic Conference) (1970–1973)
1970-71 John Bayer 16-10 9-5 3rd
1971-72 John Bayer 14-12 8-6 4th
1972-73 John Bayer 14-14 6-8 6th
John Bayer: 44-36 23-19
Jerry Tarkanian (West Coast Athletic Conference) (1973–1975)
1973-74 Jerry Tarkanian 20-6 10-4 3rd
1974-75 Jerry Tarkanian 24-5 13-1 1st NCAA 2nd Round
Jerry Tarkanian (Independent) (1975–1982)
1975-76 Jerry Tarkanian 29-2 NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1976-77 Jerry Tarkanian 29-3 NCAA Final Four
1977-78 Jerry Tarkanian 20-8
1978-79 Jerry Tarkanian 21-8
1979-80 Jerry Tarkanian 23-9 NIT Final Four
1980-81 Jerry Tarkanian 16-12
1981-82 Jerry Tarkanian 20-10 NIT 2nd Round
Jerry Tarkanian (Pacific Coast Athletic Association) (1982–1988)
1982-83 Jerry Tarkanian 28-3 15-1 1st NCAA First Round
1983-84 Jerry Tarkanian 29-6 16-2 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1984-85 Jerry Tarkanian 28-4 17-1 1st NCAA 2nd Round
1985-86 Jerry Tarkanian 33-5 16-2 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1986-87 Jerry Tarkanian 37-2 18-0 1st NCAA Final Four
1987-88 Jerry Tarkanian 28-6 15-3 1st NCAA 2nd Round
Jerry Tarkanian (Big West) (1988–1992)
1988-89 Jerry Tarkanian 29-8 16-2 1st NCAA Elite Eight
1989-90 Jerry Tarkanian 35-5 16-2 1st NCAA Champion
1990-91 Jerry Tarkanian 34-1 18-0 1st NCAA Final Four
1991-92 Jerry Tarkanian 26-2 18-0 1st
Jerry Tarkanian: 509-105 188-18
Rollie Massimino (Big West) (1992–1994)
1992-93 Rollie Massimino 21-8 13-5 2nd NIT First Round
1993-94 Rollie Massimino 15-13 10-8 T-5th
Rollie Massimino: 36-21 23-13
Tim Grgurich (Big West) (1994–1995)
1994-95 Tim Grgurich 2-5 0-0
1995 Howie Landa 5-2 4-2
1995 Cleveland Edwards 5-9 3-7 7th
1994-95 Total 12-16 7-11 7th
Tim Grgurich: 2-5 0-2
Howie Landa: 5-2 4-2
Cleveland Edwards: 5-9 3-7
Bill Bayno (Big West) (1995–1996)
1995-96 Bill Bayno 10-16 7-11 9th
Bill Bayno (Western Athletic) (1996–1999)
1996-97 Bill Bayno 22-10 11-5 3rd - Pacific NIT Elite Eight
1997-98 Bill Bayno 20-13 7-7 5th - Mountain NCAA First Round
1998-99 Bill Bayno 16-13 9-5 T-1st-Mountain NIT First Round
Bill Bayno (Mountain West) (1999–2000)
1999-00 Bill Bayno 23-8 10-4 T-1st NCAA First Round
2000 Bill Bayno 3-4 0-0
2000-01 Max Good 13-9 7-7
2000-01 Totals 16-13 7-7 7th
Bill Bayno: 94-64 44-32
Max Good: 16-13 7-7
Charlie Spoonhour (Mountain West) (2001–2004)
2001-02 Charlie Spoonhour 21-11 9-5 3rd NIT Sweet Sixteen
2002-03 Charlie Spoonhour
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