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Bulldog standouts celebrated at Gala

Fresno State Athletics hosted its 10th annual “Night of Champions” Gala at the Save Mart Center on Monday to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of its student-athletes from the 2016-17 academic year. Junior baseball player Ricky Tyler Thomas was awarded ...

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Bulldogs sweep on Senior Day

Coming off of a sweep over the UNLV Rebels, the Fresno State softball team celebrated its four graduating seniors in their final homestand at Margie Wright Diamond and continued their season-best win streak by sweeping the New Mexico Lobos over ...

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Bulldogs going for Batesole’s 501st win

The Fresno State baseball team travels to UC Riverside on Wednesday to take on the Highlanders at 3 p.m. Coming off of head coach Mike Batesole’s 500th win, the Bulldogs look to pick up his 501st in their first-ever trip ...

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Series finale showcases Fibber, 500 wins

The stars aligned for the Fresno State baseball team on Sunday afternoon as history was honored and then made at Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett Stadium. Former Bulldog great Satoshi “Fibber” Hirayama’s No. 3 jersey was retired and head ...

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Peck to the Packers

Senior Fresno State football alumnus Aaron Peck became a Green Bay Packer over the weekend when the organization signed him as an undrafted free agent. The 6-foot-3 wide receiver said on his Instagram, “Thank you to the Packers organization for ...

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McHellon reminiscent of former Bulldog legends

Just about the only place you won’t find Fresno State softball player Savannah McHellon is the bench. Listed as a right-handed pitcher, the junior often takes the circle for the ‘Dogs as their number two. But you can also find ...

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Paul George to the Purple and Gold

Let’s face it. The legacy of the Indiana Pacers’ small forward and best player, former Bulldog Paul George, in NBA legend Larry Bird’s organization is now coming to an end. In his sixth season with the Pacers, George has yet ...

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Willis walks her way to the top

Senior outfielder Kierra Willis found herself at the top of Fresno State’s all-time walks leaderboard when she drew her 115th career walk on Friday against Nevada at Margie Wright Diamond. “That was one of my main goals – my whole ...

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Runners left on decline ‘Dogs’ sweep

What started off as a grand slam of a series with the Fresno State softball team up two games over Boise State heading into Sunday morning’s game, ended in unassumed fashion as the Broncos defeated the Bulldogs 2-1 in nine ...

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Ricky Tyler Thomas’ talents being wasted

If you’ve been to any Fresno State baseball game in the 2017 season, then you have surely noticed that pitching has not been the Bulldogs’ strong suit, with the exception of junior lefty Ricky Tyler Thomas. On the mound, with ...

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19-point performances propel ’Dogs to semifinals

The Fresno State women’s basketball team needed no luck in Las Vegas as standout performances by sophomore guard Candice White and junior center Bego Faz Davalos allowed the ’Dogs to corral the Wyoming Cowgirls, 58-48 ,on Tuesday evening at the ...

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Former Bulldogs in the NBA

  Paul George (Small Forward, Indiana Pacers) (Fresno State 2008-2010) 21.7 points per game 3.3 assists per game 6.2 rebounds per game Despite recent trade rumors of George going to the Lakers, the small forward is putting up numbers for ...

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Weighing in on men’s wrestling program and club

With the Fresno State wrestling recruits pinned for their resurgent program’s season set to begin in late 2017, the fate of the current Fresno State men’s wrestling club could quite possibly be in a chokehold. But new head wrestling coach ...

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Students can score big on Student Night at the Save Mart Center

The Fresno State men’s basketball team will be hosting Student Night on Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Save Mart Center as the Bulldogs take on the New Mexico State Lobos. The Bulldogs will wear special all-black uniforms with “Student” on ...

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Men’s and women’s tennis give Fresno State unique edge

Fresno State athletics have long been the pride of the Central Valley, but that pride mostly concerns football, basketball, baseball and, at the most, softball. Coaches pride themselves on finding talent in the Valley, but in some sports, like tennis, ...

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Big game features former Bulldogs

Even though Fresno State boasts 13 players on active NFL rosters, no Bulldogs played in the New England Patriots’ 34-28 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday evening at Super Bowl LI. While no one left their Bulldog spirit on ...

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‘Dogs run without Russo

The Fresno State men’s basketball team will take on Air Force Wednesday night at the Save Mart Center without senior Cullen Russo. Russo has been suspended indefinitely for an undisclosed violation of team rules. The forward also missed an exhibition ...

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Champion Diamond ‘Dogs open season ranked No. 24 in nation

It’s been seven years since the Fresno State softball team last appeared in the preseason Top 25 of the USA Today/NFCA Division I Preseason Coaches’ Poll. That changed on Tuesday morning for the Bulldogs — they open the 2017 season ...

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