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Next fight for Jose Ramirez will be Sept. 14. Location and opponent not known

UPDATE, JULY 13, 2018: ESPN announced that Jose Ramirez will fight Antonio Orozco on Sept. 14 at Fresno’s Save Mart Center. ORIGINAL STORY: World Boxing Council super lightweight champion Jose Ramirez’s next title defense will be on Sept. 14, according ...

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Jose Ramirez warms up before Saturday match. But his opponent won’t be there?

World Boxing Council super lightweight title holder Jose Ramirez electrified a near-capacity crowd on Fourth of July afternoon at the Tioga Sequoia Brewery’s beer garden with his lightning-quick hands. But he may not get to use them any time soon. ...

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Fresno State has a new athletic director. Formal announcement coming Monday

Fresno State president Dr. Jose I. Castro announced Thursday that Terry Tumey has been hired to replace Jim Bartko as Athletic Director. Bartko left the Bulldogs in November 2017. Tumey is currently the director of athletics, physical education and recreation ...

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County all-star squad dominates in match against city all-stars

It took four sets for the county all-star volleyball team to defeat a city all-star squad 3-1 Tuesday night at Fresno State’s South Gym. The match was hosted for the 14th straight year by the Bulldogs men’s volleyball club, Redwave ...

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NBA conference finals, Champions league final and Fresno State baseball and softball playoffs

In the final episode of the semester guest host William Ramirez and guest Jorge Rodriguez talk about the NBA conference finals and which teams have an easier path to the NBA final. Also they talk about the Champions League final ...

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Bulldogs celebrate the 2017-18 season

The Fresno State athletics’ department gathered at the Save Mart Center on Monday to celebrate and honor its student-athletes for the “Night of Champions Gala.” The softball team was the first to be honored with the Community Service Award. The ...

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Many questions still remain between Canelo and GGG

Saul “Canelo“ Alvarez (49-1-2) and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (38-0-1) are two of the best middleweight fighters of our generation, and when a fight between both boxers was announced for September 2017, every boxing fan was excited. The fight didn’t disappoint. ...

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Ignore the stereotypes, be a sports editor

I didn’t think I would get the position. My friend, Razmik Cañas, the news editor at the time told me to apply for the assistant sports editor position in spring 2017. With my experience, he thought I could do it. ...

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My time is up, but the memories will last forever

You know, I never thought I’d get hired at The Collegian. Coming in, I didn’t have much experience in journalism – if any. I didn’t come from a high school or community college newspaper. A combination of forum writing and ...

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I’ve found a home in sports journalism

My experience covering sports at The Collegian has been invaluable. I’ve tackled sports I loved, and ones I had no idea I would ever enjoy. I even ventured into the dark and scary world of sports administration. Fresno State’s athletic ...

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How the Collegian shaped my path as a writer

Sportswriting has been my passion for many years. Before I came to Fresno State, I had experience doing it at Fresno City College as both a staff writer and sports editor for The Rampage. I was hungry to learn, to ...

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A semester full of stories and more to come

Sports have always been one of my favorite pastimes whether it’s playing them or watching them and I have always been a fan of the Fresno State Bulldogs, and this semester, I was fortunate to write for the sports section ...

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Three Bulldogs dream of a career in the NFL

For the third straight year, not a single Fresno State player was selected in the NFL Draft. But a number of players are not giving up on the idea of playing professional football. The NFL has had a slew of ...

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Baseball born and Bulldog bred

A three-year letterman at Buchanan High School, senior Korby Batesole always knew he wanted to play for Fresno State. “It was always a dream to come here and play for [head coach Mike Batesole],” Batesole said. While watching his dad ...

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Rebels sweep ‘Dogs on Senior Day

After a tough road series against Boise State last weekend that saw the Fresno State softball team get one win and two losses, the Bulldogs faced UNLV for the last home series of the season this past weekend. The Rebels ...

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Fresno State women’s rugby club ranked No. 1 in the nation

The Fresno State women’s rugby club is ranked No. 1 in the nation for Division 2 collegiate sports, according to a news release from the university. The team is scheduled to compete in the National Competition Friday and Saturday in ...

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MW champions set to compete on national level

Fresno State will head to No. 12 seed UCLA for the first round of the NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships on May 11. “It’s an exciting time for us,” head coach Ryan Stotland said. “UCLA is a great team and presents ...

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Reliever relives experience at Fresno State

Softball has always been a part of her life. Now, as Fresno State Bulldogs senior softball relief pitcher Sarah Santana nears the end of her playing career, she appreciates the journey that she has taken to become the person she ...

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