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Baseball salvages split with Aggies

The Diamond ‘Dogs remained in first place in the conference despite dropping two games in a four game series this weekend with New Mexico State. The Bulldogs are now 16-8 in Western Athletic Conference (WAC) play, just two wins over second place Nevada. On Sunday, left fielder Steve Susdorf hit his fourth home run of the series in the 6-4 win.

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The day I realized I should stick to writing

It’s spring time, which means fall sports are gearing up. For the Fresno State volleyball team and new coach Lauren Netherby-Sewell, spring practice is a time to work on change.

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Softball to play San Jose State after going 2-1 against La. Tech

The Bulldogs head to San Jose this weekend after a three-game series at Louisiana Tech last weekend.

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The blocks of success

Dallas — Four years ago, Fresno State was No. 1 in the nation. In 2008, they came one game away from competing for that title again.

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Something to cheer about

Dallas — It’s obvious that a club sport is not the same as a Division I sport. It gets less attention, more scrutiny and no money. And despite all of this, many club sports do very well.

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Volleyball ends day with two wins

DALLAS - The Fresno State men’s club volleyball team kicked off its run for a national title on Thursday at the Dallas Convention Center.

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Rough weekend slows clubs roll

The Fresno State men’s volleyball team hit a few bumps this weekend on the road to nationals.

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A real fan behind the ugly curse

I’m a curse. Any athlete I like is doomed to falter in their career.

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Softball scores 22 runs

Freshman pitcher Morgan Melloh was in the circle for the Bulldogs during the first game against Eastern Michigan on Monday night. Melloh had eight strikeouts against the Eagles.
The Bulldogs scored 22 runs against Eastern Michigan in their doubleheader victories Monday night at Bulldog Diamond.

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Rain is a good thing after all

It’s almost spring time. Days will start getting longer, flowers will bloom and the weather will start warming up. The best part of spring, though, is baseball season.

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Softball tournament preview

Freshman
The Fresno State softball team will travel to San Diego this weekend for the Campbell Cartier Classic hosted by San Diego State.

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Building blocks

Sophomore hitter Rory Baldwin goes up for the block against Sacramento State on Sunday in the North Gym.  The Bulldogs beat the Hornets in four games to improve their record to 3-1.
Laughter is the best medicine. For the Fresno State men’s club volleyball team, that medicine comes in strong doses.

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Got questions? They’ve got answers


You show up late to class, forgot to study for the quiz and have no pencil. Thankfully, the girl sitting next to you has one you can borrow. Little do you know she is a Division I athlete.

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Party Planning: The Guide

When planning your party, make sure you have plenty of food. Finger foods are best and include: chips, nuts, pretzels, cold cuts, vegetables, popcorn and pretzels.

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Dream becomes reality

Thank you can go a long way. When a young man by the name of Doug Fraley ended a track meet the way he always did — by thanking the officials — it jump started a relationship that is bringing a $1 million track to Fresno State.

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Men’s Basketball Preview

Head coach Steve Cleveland announced Wednesday forward Bryan Harvey is academically ineligible and will miss the remainder of the season. Harvey averaged 10.6 points and five rebounds in 17 games.
Fresno State Bulldogs at Hawaii Warriors

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New Year’s Eve in Boise

The Bulldogs will say so long to 2007 in Idaho while playing in the Humanitarian Bowl.

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Sweet Redemption


It was a special revenge that took place at Bulldog Stadium on Saturday. Fresno State beat the Utah State Aggies 38-27 in a game driven by special teams.

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