Author Archives: Douglas Sulenta

Former Bulldogs ready for NFL

Continuing a tradition of success for the Fresno State football team, four players from last year’s squad were drafted in this weekend’s NFL draft. Bulldog cornerback Marcus McCauley was the first Bulldog selected in the third round with the No. ...

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Superstitions still run rampant in sports

Superstition. It is a tradition as deeply rooted in the fabric of sports culture as lying is in politics. Whether it’s the pitcher who refuses to shave until his team snaps a losing streak, or the player who avoids stepping ...

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Soccer club has a kick of culture

If you were to ask anybody outside of the United States what the number one sport in the world is, they would most likely answer you with only one word. Football. But it wouldn’t be the football that some of ...

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’Dogs walk off ’Bows…twice


On a day filled with drama, the Fresno State baseball team swept a double-header against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Sunday to improve its record on the season to 23-18 and an 8-4 record in the Western Athletic Conference.

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Stepping into the spotlight

Fresno State softball’s junior second baseman Jenna Cervantez has been a model of consistency and performance in her first two and a half seasons with the Bulldogs. After a stellar career with the Clovis High Cougars, where she played and ...

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Maybe Fresno State baseball’s early season struggles were worth it after all

It’s become a bit of a yearly rite of spring for the Fresno State baseball team. In a move that I’ve often found as non-sensical as wearing socks with your sandals (who does that?), coach Mike Batesole again scheduled the ...

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Fantasy baseball offers season-long excitement for casual fans

Greetings baseball fans and welcome to another season of major league baseball. With the new season comes many exciting new changes. Every team is starting the season tied for first place and nobody is out of contention quite yet. But ...

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Once proud program turning around under Cleveland

There’s something comforting about sailing a smooth sea. Looking behind you at the tempest just passed gives one a brand-new appreciation for the easy sailing now enjoyed. Thus is the state of the young tenure of the Steve Cleveland era ...

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To beer or not to beer, that is the question

Ahh, can you smell it? Spring is in the air. The grass is getting greener. The weather is getting nicer. The semester is getting into full swing and all those midterm papers that you’ve been putting off are now coming ...

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