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Search for new athletic director is underway

A search is now underway for Fresno State’s new athletic director, five months after the resignation of former AD Jim Bartko. The job opening was posted on April 23, and a 14-person search committee has been formed to sift through ...

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NFL Draft, why did the Browns chose Mayfield instead of Darnold, Rosen or Allen?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and special guest Seth Casey talk about the first round of the NFL draft and they discuss the reasons behind Cleveland taking Mayfield as the number one overall draft choice. They also talk about the NBA playoffs ...

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Interim Athletic Director makes presence felt

Steve Robertello has taken the reins of an athletic department facing a flood of questions about its future. Robertello was appointed interim director of athletics after Jim Bartko’s resignation from the position in November. The athletic department Robertello took control ...

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‘Dogs split first two duals since 2006

Fresno State wrestling returned to the mat Saturday for the first time since 2006 with a 35-12 win over the San Francisco State Gators and a loss to the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers 19-17. Both duals took place at San Francisco University. ...

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Fresno State athletic director Jim Bartko resigns

Fresno State athletic director Jim Bartko resigned on Monday, citing personal reasons, Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro announced. Castro said in a news release that Bartko had focused on charting a new direction for Fresno State’s athletics program, and ...

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Does Fresno State have the best trio of professional athletes?

The NCAA.com tournament of eight schools has been whittled down to just two. The only thing left to determine is if Fresno State or Texas A&M has the better trio of athletes from the NFL, MLB and NBA. Representing Fresno ...

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Gone since 2006, the Bulldogs are ready to rise once again

Although Fresno State wrestling was cut in 2006, the program never completely died. Really, it went into hibernation. And it waited for the right moment to reawaken. That moment is now. “We’re excited to finally be back at it,” head ...

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UFC fight night comes to Fresno

The UFC is coming to Fresno on Dec. 9 at the Save Mart Center with a featherweight bout between Southern California fighters Cub Swanson and Brian Ortega, along with the debut of Central Valley native Alex Perez. “It’s that Cali ...

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Former wrestler dead at 45

Former Fresno State wrestler Gary Quintana died after he reportedly had a heart attack last Thursday, according to The Fresno Bee. The 45-year-old graduated from Fresno State in 1997. He won conference championships and qualified for the NCAA tournament twice ...

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Dancing dreams come true

Former Bulldog Mackenzie Domingues is making her dreams come true this year with the Sacramento Kings’ dance team. “This was my dream, and I was going to achieve it,” Domingues said. “When I set my heart to something, I do ...

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Section of Bulldog Stadium to be closed Saturday after pipe burst

An irrigation pipe under the southeast side of Bulldog Stadium burst Sunday producing mud and debris in the south end zone. But it’s not expected to affect the football game Saturday. The 4 inch (it was previously reported as 2 ...

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Blood, sweat and cheers

The Fresno State Cheer team is not just a pile of pompoms, skirts and eyelashes, but a hardworking, dedicated and committed team, just like other student-athletes. Right now, the cheer team is plugging in new teammates as they improve and ...

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Athletics on right track, but fans must step up

Fresno State athletics is at a turning point. History will praise or curse the current crop of leaders. Even though the football team is 1-2, fans seem happy with new head coach Jeff Tedford and his vision for the program. ...

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Runners aim for faster pace

Fresno State’s cross-country team fell short Saturday at the Fresno Cross Country Invitational at Woodward Park. The Bulldogs co-hosted the event with Fresno Pacific University. The Fresno State men finished fourth behind Cal Poly, San Jose State and crosstown rival ...

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Shields named coach of the year

Fresno State men’s tennis head coach Luke Shields was named coach of the year on Friday after leading the Bulldogs to an 18-13 overall record and 5-2 in conference play. Shields finished up his second year at Fresno State and ...

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Top dog of the week: Vanja Spaic

Sophomore Vanja Spaic has earned the Top Dog of the Week honors for setting a new personal record at the Bulldog Invitational over the weekend with just her second throw that landed at 49.15 meters (161-3). Spaic is now ninth ...

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‘Dogs shooting their way to the top

The Fresno State shooting team recently wrapped up its fourth year with the most success in its history, sending its the seniors with a third-place finish in a national competition in San Antonio, Texas. The team is a club sport ...

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Provider’s driving force lands her in Fresno State Athletics

Suzy Corgiat, a manual therapy provider, uses nontraditional therapeutic techniques to help Fresno State athletes’ bodies recover after intense daily workouts. Corgiat lives by one belief: “I will grow until this body perishes to help as many people as possible.” ...

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