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Bulldogs add assistant to staff

Chris Shaw, a former professional soccer player, will be joining Fresno State’s soccer program. Shaw is the former head coach of Mount Olive College in North Carolina, a Division II school. Shaw was named 2004’s Coach of the Year for ...

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’Dogs’ postseason trip cut short

If it wasn’t for the final score, it would’ve been hard to believe the Fresno State men’s basketball team lost its opening round game of the National Invitation Tournament. With an 88-78 loss at the hands of the Georgia Bulldogs, ...

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Local students bloom at festival

By Megan Jacobson The Collegian With a little bit of animation and drama, mixed in with some nervous giggles, two fifth-graders from Fresno Christian Elementary School quickly get to their plight. They have a dog with bad breath who has ...

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Parts of Lot V to be closed Monday

Part of parking Lot V, located on Woodrow Avenue between Shaw and Matoian, will be closed Monday to begin work on parking shelters. The parking shelters, similar to carports, will support solar panels that will produce more than one megawatt ...

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Young ’Dogs have nice showing

Fresno State men’s golf head coach Mike Watney describes his team as young, but “getting better everyday.� The young team came in fifth at Tuesday’s Fresno State Lexus Classic at the Sunnyside Country Club. The Fresno State leader was Matt ...

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OU spoils Bulldogs’ upset effort

The Fresno State men’s tennis team fell to Sooner rather than later. Despite strong singles matches from freshman Mirko Zapletal and senior Charles Irie, the Bulldogs were unable to hold off the visiting Oklahoma Sooners on Sunday at the Wathen ...

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The One-Finger Salute

Thumbs up to local art in general and the Rogue Festival in particular. We’ll be looking forward to next spring! Thumbs up to the men’s basketball team for proving to the country that they are indeed one of the top ...

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Puzzle solutions 3-12-07

Puzzle solutions for Monday, March 12, 2007

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Letters to the Editor

While Scott Neyman’s March 7th article “Is racism still an issue for our generation?� has some good points, I disagree on some of his views. I do agree that we should not be extreme and quick to label someone a ...

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Oregon, A&M and K-State highlight finalized schedule

The 2007 Fresno State football schedule was released and head coach Pat Hill finally got something he’s been after for 10 seasons — a late-season home game against a BCS opponent. Fresno State will once again have its usual selection ...

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Comics and Puzzles 3-9-07

Comics and Puzzle Solutions for Friday, March 9, 2007.

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Diamond Dogs vs. Santa Clara

Fresno State freshman Tom Mendonca has been a steady player in the field and with the bat for the Bulldogs this season.
After such a poor start, it was getting easy to doubt the Fresno State baseball team.

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The beat goes on for No. 13 Bulldogs


The Fresno State women’s tennis team thrashed visiting Virginia Tech 7-0 Tuesday afternoon.

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More than 150,000 photos donated to Madden Library

Thirty years of Fresno area history will be preserved thanks to a recent photographic archive donation to the Henry Madden Library. More than 150,000 photos were given to the Special Collections Library by community photography and attorney Howard Watkins. The ...

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Lady ‘Dogs continue to win

Andrew Riggs / The Collegian
Fresno State outfielder Michelle Palazuelos rounds second base on her way to home plate, where she would complete the Bulldogs’ first inside-the-park home run of the season.

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Even on road, ‘Dogs still hot

Junior guard Kevin Bell continued his superhuman effort of carrying the Bulldogs for a second straight game with Fresno State’s Saturday win over Utah State. Bell, who had a career-high 25 points helped the Bulldogs to a third place finish ...

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‘Dog Bites

With outstanding individual performances the Bulldogs Equestrian team took home the team title from this weekend’s “Best in the West" competition. Fresno State’s Kristin Sohns capped the weekend off by being named MVP of Equitation on the Flat.

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Hosley and McGuire receive All-WAC second team honors

The Fresno State men’s basketball team struggled early on during the team’s Western Athletic Conference schedule but a late win streak propelled the Bulldogs into third place in the regular season final standings. Despite the inconsistencies, the Bulldogs two most ...

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