Author Archives: Chris Aguirre

Jaleesa Ross leads for a three-peat

In just her third season as a member of the Fresno State women’s basketball team, junior Jaleesa Ross became a leader of a team which has won back-to-back Western Athletic Conference championships that are the first two in program history, not to mention the programs first appearances in the NCAA tournament.

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Bulldog Game Day

The Bulldogs are going to have to try and rebound from a devastating 26 point loss to the Aggies of Utah State.

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Running through history

Fresno State may have to make room on the press box wall on the west side of Bulldog Stadium and retire the number 21 again.

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Student Q&A with William Menchaca

Senior William Menchaca has been interested in the medical field since high school.

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LEAD program helps students excel

One fraternity on campus, Sigma Nu, is changing the perceived fraternity stereotype, starting a program that has helped many of the fraternity brothers have success for life after college.

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Financial literacy study released

Bank on Fresno hopes to educate the Hispanic community through advertising campaigns on Univision 21 Fresno.

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Web exclusive: Week 9 WAC power rankings

The Broncos are coming off a dominating victory over San Jose State.

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‘Dogs’ October sweep

After starting the season with tough losses to Wisconsin, Boise State and Cincinnati, the Bulldog football team was left with a 1-3 record after the first month of the season.

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‘Here he comes to save the day!’

College football is based on tradition. At Penn State, every one of the 105,000 fans in attendance wears white shirts proudly.

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Week 7 WAC football power rankings

The Broncos have not lost to a Western Athletic Conference (WAC) opponent since the 2007 season when they traveled to Oahu.

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Dilfer is ‘Top Dog’

The Distinguished Alumnus Award is the highest honor given to an alumnus of California State University, Fresno.

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Lacrosse lands three All-Americans

With such a high level of competition for recruits, it is hard for most teams in college sports to land just one High School All-American.

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No bear sightings in 2009

Tight end Vince Pascoe, the cousin of former Bulldog tight end Bear Pascoe, is affectionately called “Cub” by his Fresno State teammates, but hasn’t been able to fill the spot left by his older cousin Bear.

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Warriors drop after disappointment

Boise State remains on top of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) rankings after a victory over UC Davis. However, it seemed like the Broncos did not play at their best and struggled against a 1-3 team.

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Ground and pound

It was yet another tough loss for the Bulldogs in Cincinnati on Saturday, narrowly falling to the No. 14 ranked Bearcats 28-20.

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‘Explosive on offense’

After a defeat at the hands of Western Athletic Conference (WAC) rival Boise State, the Bulldogs look to rebound as they travel back to the Midwest this week to take on the No. 14 Cincinnati Bearcats.

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No. 8 Boise State not challenged for top spot

They are ranked No. 8 in the nation after beating Fresno, proving that they are still the superior team in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).

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Hoops schedules set for ’09-10

The Fresno State men’s and women’s basketball teams schedules have been released and each team will face tough competition as they try to win Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Titles.

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