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Bulldogs lock down No. 2 seed

In a weekend full of memories, milestones and national media attention, the Fresno State softball team swept New Mexico State in a three-game series at Bulldog Diamond.

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Double trouble

Whether it’s gaining momentum in the batting order, or keeping the left side of the infield secure, the Fresno State softball team only needs to call one name — Haley.

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No. 10 ’Dogs stop Warriors

The Fresno State softball team swept the Hawaii Wahine Warriors in an extremely competitive three-game series this weekend at Bulldog diamond.

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Program clinches first WAC title

The Fresno State women’s golf team won the first Western Athletic Conference (WAC) championship tournament in the program’s short four-year history on Wednesday.

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WAC champs sunny side up

The Fresno State women’s golf team enters this weekend’s Western Athletic Conference (WAC) championship tournament with momentum, a home team advantage and — most importantly –– confidence.

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Conference affects senior’s draft stock

Tierre Wilson couldn’t have said it any better in a Thursday Fresno Bee article. “It has a lot to do with what school you go to, and the [Western Athletic Conference (WAC)] doesn’t get any recognition.”

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One reason to cheer

Fresno State just couldn’t come up with an answer against Nevada’s undersized sophomore pitcher Katie Holverson in last weekend’s three-game series at Bulldog Diamond.

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Campus battles air conditioning systems

Joseph Edgecomb / The Collegian Most students and professors can tell a story about a shabby classroom where the heating doesn’t work in winter and the air conditioning goes kaput in the summer. The school, many agree, is in dire ...

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Putting academics first

The scene inside of the Ricchiuti Center is a far cry from the misadventures of the Jerry Tarkanian era. Student athletes are huddled inside cubbyholes staring into computer screens, poring over their latest assignments in English and history. The room is dead silent.

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Hushed Knight

HE JUST SITS THERE. There are literally millions of people watching him at this moment, but it doesn’t seem to interest him. He is hunched over, arms crossed, staring blankly into the camera, as if nothing at all stimulating is anywhere in the vicinity.

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The ups and downs of the Sweet 16

Illustration by Michael Uribes / The Collegian Midwest Region No. 10 Davidson Davidson is the best story to come out of the NCAA this season. The small school played one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the nation. They played ...

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Fresno State students can do it too

Watchdoit.com is a Web site that could potentially change the way people look at online instructional videos –– and it’s starting up here in Fresno.

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When numbers lie

AS A SPORTS WRITER, IT IS REALLY EASY TO get caught up in the statistics of any given sport. It wasn’t too long ago that I bombarded Fresno State men’s coach Steve Cleveland with questions about points, rebounds and assists.

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A sit down with Saturday’s ‘hero’

Hayley Munro is one of the three starting freshmen for the Fresno State women’s basketball team. The 6’1” forward from Montmorency, Victoria, Aus., is an all-around ball player. Munro was nothing short of heroic on Saturday.

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Physical play leaves Bulldogs with bitter taste of defeat, 69-64

New Mexico State’s physical play provided its fair share of frustrations on Saturday night, which led to wasted possessions and an ejection. With just 18 seconds left in play, Kevin Bell delivered his signature crossover as he had many times ...

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Fresno State vs. New Mexico State

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Fresno State (13-15, 5-8 WAC) vs.New Mexico State (16-12, 9-3 WAC)

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Moving to his own beat: DJ Kay Rich

'He has passion for music and passion to DJ,' B95 radio personality Mo said about Kyle Richard, a.k.a. DJ Kay Rich.
Kyle Richard goes to parties just like any other college student, looking for fun. Richard also listens to the radio and attends clubs on weekends to get out of the house. Unlike most college students, he decided to be on the radio.

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‘Dogs bust Cal Poly

Senior point guard Kevin Bell scored 19 points and had nine assists against Cal Poly in Saturday night’s BracketBuster game at the Save Mart Center.
Tyson Parker’s second half contributions played a pivotal role in Fresno State’s 76-70 win Saturday night against Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.

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