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Lacrosse: ‘Dogs fall to Trojans in road matchup

The Fresno State women’s lacrosse team (0-2) fell short in a 17-6 loss to the USC Trojans (2-2) at McAllister Field in Los Angeles Tuesday. ‘Dogs’ senior forward Marcy Levatino recorded two goals and one assist in the outing. She ...

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Softball: Fresno State Kick-Off ends on winning note

The weekend Fresno State Kick-Off ended with the Bulldogs softball team going 3-2 at the Margie Wright Diamond.

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Softball: Fresno State takes over Kajikawa Classic

The Fresno State softball team began its season 4-1 at the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe, Ariz.

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Lacrosse: Fresno State wins big in first game of season

The Fresno State women’s lacrosse team scored a huge preseason win against Occidental College with a score of 20-3 that saw nine different ‘Dogs register a goal, four of whom scored hat tricks.

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Students weigh in on Super Bowl Sunday

The Super Bowl is this Sunday, and students here at Fresno State all have very different perspectives and reasons to watch the game.

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Packing the Pound: Student support continues to grow

Save Mart Center was rocking again Saturday night in a game that featured cash giveaways, and Apple TV giveaways, and past alumni back for a “Night in Navy” game against the Nevada Wolf Pack.

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs beat Wyoming on the road

Last Saturday was the first time the Fresno State women’s basketball team walked off the court at the Arena Auditorium in Wyoming with a win.

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Women’s Basketball: Dominant ‘Dogs drive to victory

Mountain West Conference opponents have been a breeze for the Fresno State women’s basketball team, as it beat the San Jose State Spartans 58-46 at the Save Mart Center on Wednesday night. Senior Alex Sheedy (15 points) led the Bulldogs ...

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Student actors take on rendition of Broadway musical ‘Cabaret’

Fresno State University Theatre’s production of the Tony Award-winning musical “Cabaret,” brings a complex storyline with overtones of violence, drugs and love with an underlying of betrayal and the Nazi movement. “Cabaret” is set in Berlin, Germany, right before the ...

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs win first road game of year, establish two-game win streak

The Fresno State men’s basketball team came up big in the waning minutes of a close road game against the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners, ultimately coming away with a 63-61 win Saturday night at the Icardo Center.

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Soccer: Fresno State soccer team looks positively at subpar season

The Fresno State women’s soccer team finished with a 4-16 overall record, 3-8 in Mountain West play, not a finish any team with playoff aspirations hoped for.

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Baseball: Local fans soak in Series

During the third inning of Game 6 of the World Series on Tuesday, as fans walked into Chukchansi Park for the live screening, a security guard at the gate had somber news for San Francsico Giants fans.

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Riding high: Fresno State rodeo team takes passions outside classroom

Four years ago, there was no scholarship program available for kids who wanted to enter rodeo competitions at Fresno State. Therefore, these students were going to other colleges out of high school, since they were offered scholarships.

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Soccer: ‘Dogs eliminated from playoff contention

The Fresno State women’s soccer team lost matches over the weekend to the Air Force Falcons and Colorado College Tigers, eliminating the ‘Dogs from the Mountain West Conference playoffs.

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Soccer: Hat trick helps ‘Dogs

Fresno State freshman forward Ashari Hines scored her first collegiate goal Sunday against the Colorado State Rams.

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South African rock band KONGOS performs at Fresno Fair

The KONGOS came to rock the Fresno Fair Friday night, to a crowd of about 500 people. They are currently on tour in support of their debut album, “Lunatic.” The band also mixed in some of their new, unreleased material ...

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Soccer: ‘Dogs drop Mountain West road games

The Fresno State women’s soccer team had another doubleheader weekend against the Boise State Broncos on Friday and the Utah State Aggies on Sunday.

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CSU awardee: 19 years old and a senior

Bryan Wood is not your typical student. At age 14, he was starting college classes at Fresno City College. By 16, he was already attending Fresno State. Fast forward four years, Wood, now 19, is a senior civil engineering student ...

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