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Media day for winter sports creates buzz

Media day for the upcoming men’s basketball and wrestling seasons took place Tuesday at the Save Mart Center, and it’s safe to say, there is a buzz generating around both teams. The men’s basketball head coach Rodney Terry is preparing ...

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‘Dogs recapture Valley Trophy

Fresno State spoiled San Jose State’s homecoming Saturday with the defense setting the tone and leading the Bulldogs to a 27-10 victory, recapturing the Valley Trophy for the first time since 2014. “It’s always nice to come away with a ...

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‘Dogs open conference play with dominant win

The Fresno State Bulldogs earned their first conference win since 2015, defeating the Nevada Wolfpack Saturday 41-21 behind the performance of newly-appointed starting quarterback Marcus McMaryion. “I am satisfied for tonight,” said head coach Jeff Tedford. “Like I said, it ...

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Adapting on and off the pitch: Julia Glaser

Sophomore forward Julia Glaser has always chased her dreams, whether it was representing Switzerland as a youth international and leading the team in goals or moving to California to further her soccer career. “It was always my dream to go ...

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Misfiring ‘Dogs drop conference matchups

The Fresno State women’s soccer team opened its Mountain West schedule in back-to-back fashion at home against Boise State and Utah State but was unable to pick up a victory, losing 2-1 and 1-0. “We’re in a hole in terms ...

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Coach Ward’s tips go beyond the football field

Fresno State football strength and conditioning coach Andy Ward trains his players with athletic performance in mind, but his tips can help regular students too. Ward established his training program on three pillars: injury prevention, athletic performance and discipline. It ...

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First quarter blitz sinks Bulldogs

The University of Washington football team upended the Fresno State Bulldogs 48-16 after the Huskies scored 27 points in the first quarter on Saturday. “Obviously, we played a great football team, and they executed very well,” Fresno State head coach ...

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Finding time for fun during an intense soccer season

Senior forward Myra Delgadillo is known for her toughness and passion in the game of soccer. However, it’s her love for jokes and pranks that makes her distinct. “I’ll never forget the time we were doing a team meeting and ...

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A night to remember for Bulldog faithful

On a celebratory night, Fresno State retired former quarterback Derek Carr’s jersey and gave hope to fans following last season’s turmoil, dominating the Incarnate Word Cardinals 66-0. “I thought the team went into the game tonight with the focus they ...

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Defense seeks fresh start

Fresno State’s defense is entering this season with a fresh mindset and new direction under defensive coordinator Orlondo Steinauer. The defense ranked 68th in the country in yards per game allowed and sixth in the Mountain West Conference. The coaching ...

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Too much of a good thing

With summer around the corner and finals in the books, hours of laying around watching the Office awaits. The idea of being lazy and unproductive on a Wednesday afternoon instead of pulling my hair out in Dr. Rice’s Community Journalism ...

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Defense shines in spring game

Fresno State head football coach Jeff Tedford’s first round of practices ended Saturday with the spring game in front of thousands. After 15 practices, the Bulldogs are on the right track, Tedford said. Staying healthy as a team along with ...

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‘Dogs fall short on senior night

Fresno State fans and students showed up Friday night to honor seniors on the women’s Lacrosse team on senior night. The crowd gathered before the game to recognize seniors Chyna Hill, Caroline Dineen-Carlson, Chelsea Hall, Kyleigh Westgarth and Alex White. ...

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‘Dogs show resilience with walk-off winner to take conference series

Returning to Fresno after being swept by Michigan State in Grand Rapids, the Bulldogs baseball team rebounded to take two of three games over Mountain West Conference foe Air Force at Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett Stadium. The ‘Dogs ...

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Valley kids are the way to go

After finishing the season 18-15 overall and 8-10 in conference play, the Fresno State women’s basketball team missed out on postseason play for the first time since the 2006-07 season. They lost in the Mountain West tournament to rival Boise ...

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Top Dog of the week with Morgan Howe

Name: Morgan Howe #47 Sport & Position: Softball, Outfielder Year & Major: Sophomore, Criminology Hometown: Mira Mesa, CA (San Diego County) Fresno State outfielder Morgan Howe is this week’s Top Dog after going 6-for-10 over the weekend at San Diego ...

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Sports tournament challenges Air Force ROTC to be warriors

The Fresno State Air Force ROTC hosted San Jose State, Sacramento State and UC Berkeley for the annual Nor Cal co-ed region Warrior Challenge on Saturday. The four schools competed in a sports tournament held in the South Gym and ...

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’Dogs run over Rebels

On the night that the Fresno State men’s basketball team celebrated its senior class, the ’Dogs capitalized on a dominant first half 35-24 to beat the visiting UNLV Runnin’ Rebels 72-59. The ’Dogs improved to 11-7 in the Mountain West ...

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