Fresno State on fire at Bob Bennett Stadium

It was a cold night at Bob Bennett Stadium, but the Fresno State baseball team was on fire before taking an 8-5 win over Saint Mary’s College of California on Tuesday. The ‘Dogs took an early lead in the second ...

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Bloise has bloomed into offensive star, but ‘what if?’

Sarah Bloise, Fresno State lacrosse leading scorer, can’t help but wonder “what if?” What if, in her freshman year at Davis High School, she had not taken her basketball teammate’s advice to try out for the lacrosse team? “I think ...

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Senegal native Assane Diouf commits to Fresno State basketball

Two weeks into his tenure at the helm of Fresno State men’s basketball, head coach Justin Hutson landed his first commit for next season. Assane Diouf, a 7-foot-1-inch center from Senegal, announced on Twitter that he would be continuing his ...

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Rohleder make presence felt on and off field

Batting at top of the order, second baseman Miranda Rohleder is expected to create hits and make an immediate impact in the game. She wants to make an impact off the field, too. A native of Wichita, Kansas, Rohleder fell ...

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Team looks for successful 2018-19 season

Fresno State wrestling head coach Troy Steiner and his team made some noise in their first year back, and it continues even in their offseason. The ‘Dogs finished fifth in the nation in home attendance. Crowds averaged a total of ...

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Bulldogs fall to San Diego State on Senior Day

A late rally by the Fresno State lacrosse team fell just short at home on Sunday in its Senior Day loss to the San Diego State Aztecs, 15-11. The Bulldogs uncharacteristically fell behind to begin the match by allowing three ...

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Marshawn Lynch shows up to the Spring Preview, but the defense steals the show

I didn’t see him until the very end. It couldn’t be him, I thought, as if the hoodie, dreadlocks and the “BEAST MODE” sweater didn’t give it away. Even Fresno State starting quarterback Marcus McMaryion was surprised to see the ...

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A lot of hits but no runs: Bulldogs lose series to Spartans

Coming into the weekend with six wins in seven games, Fresno State’s baseball team lost a weekend series 2-1 against San Jose State on April 13-15. The Bulldogs won Friday’s game, 11-7, but lost Saturday, 15-7, and Sunday, 10-7. The ...

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How does the Bryson Williams departure from Fresno State affect the men’s basketball program?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and recurring guest William Ramirez talk about Bryson Williams’ departure from Fresno State and how that affects the basketball program. Also what changes were made to the proposed $65 million dollar renovations to Bulldogs Stadium. They also ...

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Fresno State now plans roughly $45 million renovation on, around Bulldog Stadium

A once $60 million dollar renovation plan to modernize Fresno State’s Bulldog Stadium has been downgraded. University officials cite a changing financial landscape as the reason for the renovation plans to drop to $45 million with limits to the restorations. ...

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Bryson Williams granted release from Fresno State

After speculation over his future, Bulldogs sophomore Bryson Williams’ request for a transfer to a new school was approved Wednesday by Fresno State, according to a news release from Stephen Trembley, director of New Media. Wednesday’s development ends a weeklong ...

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Maggie Eppright returning to Fresno State volleyball

Former Fresno State libero Maggie Eppright is returning to Fresno State volleyball as an assistant coach. Eppright’s hiring completed head coach Jonathan Winder’s coaching staff for next season. After graduating from Fresno State in 2016, she served as a volunteer ...

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Bryson Williams seeks to transfer from Fresno State. Will others follow?

After former San Diego State Associate Head Coach Justin Hutson was hired, all seemed to be well at Fresno State. But that doesn’t seem to be the case. On the Bulldog Insider with Andrew Marden earlier this evening — a ...

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The best defense in the Mountain West is in good hands with Bert Watts

The news broke early in the morning on Feb. 22. My colleague at The Collegian, William Ramirez, motioned toward his computer in class. I shifted my attention to the screen and read the headline. Fresno State football’s defensive coordinator Orlondo ...

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Bulldogs win water polo match against Concordia

On a day where the seniors of the Fresno State water polo team were honored, it was a freshman leading the charge offensively in the Bulldogs’ 14-7 victory over Concordia University. Callie Woodruff, utility, led the team with four goals ...

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Bulldogs Sweep Utah State in Three-Game Series

Fresno State’s softball team swept a three-game series April 6-8, defeating the Utah State Aggies at home and taking the second spot in the Mountain West Conference. “Winning this series was huge because now we’re second in the Mountain West…I’m ...

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The Justin Hutson Era at Fresno State has Begun

In this podcast episode, host Jorge Rodriguez along with William Ramirez and Michael Ford talk about Rodney Terry’s replacement Justin Hutson. Also, the great NCAA tournament that just ended and how their brackets went. They also discuss the upcoming NBA ...

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Bulldogs win water polo match against Concordia

On a day where the seniors of the Fresno State water polo team were honored, it was a freshman leading the charge offensively in the Bulldogs’ 14-7 victory over Concordia University Irvine. Callie Woodruff, utility, led the team with four ...

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