The game at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas will follow the Wolf Pack men's game against Wyoming (5 p.m. tip-off). Both the Pack men's and women's teams finished last and got the No. 9 seed in the tournament.
The Wolf Pack women finished 7-22 overall and 2-14 in league play. Air Force was also one of the worst teams in women's college basketball at 4-25 overall and 3-13 in Mountain West games.
The Wolf Pack split its two games with Air Force this season.
The Pack won 67-54 in Reno on Jan. 9. Emily Burns had 16 points and 12 rebounds for Nevada while Danika Sharp had 13 points and five assists and Arielle Wideman had 15 points and six assists.
Alicia Leipprandt was the only Air Force player in double figures with 13 points. Dymond James added nine points and nine rebounds for Air Force.
Air Force beat the Wolf Pack 63-56 on Feb. 6 in Fort Collins, Colo. Leipprandt had 21 points and five rebounds while Cherae Media had 11 points and James had 14 points and 11 boards.
Burns played well again, scoring 13 points with 10 rebounds. Sharp had 16 points and five assists while Wideman had 11 points.
The Pack committed 37 turnovers in the tow games combined against Air Force.