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11. Men’s tennis (82-87, 17-32 MW): The Wolf Pack went 19-5 overall and 5-2 in the MW in Knuth’s first season and reached the MW Tournament championship match in his second. He then fired coach Erik Burton, hiring Sylvain Malroux, who came from San Jose State. The program has largely struggled since then. The Wolf Pack has won just 34.7 percent of its conference matches in Knuth’s tenure, the fourth-lowest mark of Nevada’s programs. The Wolf Pack added an on-campus tennis center in 2016, but it hasn’t improved the program.
12. Women’s tennis (66-79, 10-29 MW): The women’s program has been similar to the men’s program in recent years despite the new tennis facility on campus (Nevada is looking to add an indoor tennis center, too). The Wolf Pack women have had some excellent individual players during Knuth’s tenure but has struggled to add the depth to win at a high level, posting a 25.6 percent winning percentage in MW action. Guillaume Tonelli is one of four coaches who were at Nevada when Knuth was hired and remains the head coach of that same sport.
13. Volleyball (81-143, 43-100 MW): This program hasn’t been the same since Cary Groth fired Devin Scruggs in 2010. Scruggs had a highly successful 14-year tenure with five NCAA Tournament berths. Knuth inherited her replacement, Ruth Lawanson, who he fired in 2014. Knuth hired Lee Nelson, and the initial returns were positive, but the program has struggled for wins. It is 62 games under .500 and has won just 30 percent of its conference games during Knuth’s tenure. It has just one winning season in conference play during that period.
14. Women’s soccer (30-99-13, 14-67-5 MW): Outside of a two-year period under Terri Patraw from 2005-06, this program has lived at the bottom of the standings. The best year during Knuth’s tenure was a 5-11-4 season (3-6-1 in the MW) in 2013, his first year. Knuth hired coach Erin Otagaki full-time in 2016, but the program hasn’t been turned around. Nevada has won just 14 of its 86 MW matches during Knuth’s tenure and 21.1 percent of its overall matches, the lowest figure among the Wolf Pack’s 15 programs.