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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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‘Dogs split opening weekend with Ducks

The Fresno State baseball team split its opening homestand of the 2017 season against Pac-12 opponent Oregon, 2-2. The ’Dogs had slugged their way to consecutive victories to start the series. Junior pitcher Ricky Tyler Thomas continued the ’Dogs’ streak ...

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Bulldogs unable to continue win streak against conference leaders

The Fresno State women’s basketball team hosted Mountain West conference leading Colorado State Saturday afternoon at the Save Mart Center, but were unable to close out the game after the Rams fought back to win it in overtime 66-64. The Bulldogs ...

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Diamond ‘Dogs add firepower with Shults hire

The 2017 Fresno State softball season begins in less than two weeks, and new assistant coach Justin Shults intends to provide an offensive punch, due to a strong background in the sport. Shults explained that a strong relationship with his ...

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Batesole and Bulldogs gear up for new season

Fresno State head baseball coach Mike Batesole said his father’s love of baseball, along with his advice, shaped him to be the two-time Collegiate Baseball National Coach of the Year.   “My dad gave me some great advice. I wasn’t ...

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If you could spend time anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I’ve had the privilege to travel to many different countries in my life and I’ve been a different person ever since. Traveling abroad changes a person in more ways than one. Most can be good however the learning process that ...

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Fresno State intramurals back in season

Fresno State kicked off the spring semester with leagues for male and female students. The intramural program offer a host of activities aimed at promoting exercise and social interaction. “Our goal is to provide students with the opportunity to continue ...

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