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War Eagle? Sore eagle: ‘Dogs upset No. 1 Auburn

The No. 9 Fresno State women’s equestrian team upset the reigning national champion Auburn University on Friday at the Dovington Training Center in Felton, Delaware. The ‘Dogs handed the No. 1 Tigers their first loss since Nov. 6, 2015, beating ...

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Bartko backs Bulldogs

Athletic Director Jim Bartko has a tough job ahead of him as he tries to implement his vision for the athletic department. Bartko has been with the school since Jan. 1, 2015, and immediately made an impact. The Bulldog Stadium ...

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‘Dogs come close, but fall to Wolfpack

Another game. Another loss. Dropped passes, missed tackles and the inability to stop the run saw Fresno State lose 27-22 to the Nevada Wolfpack in Reno, last Saturday. Coach Tim DeRuyter even switched up the quarterbacks, giving backup Zach Kline ...

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Top Dog of the Week with Marie Berwinkel-Kottmann

Name: Marie Berwinkel-Kottmann Sport: Women’s Soccer Year & Major: Freshman, Kinesiology (Sports Administration) Hometown: Bielefeld, Germany   DC: How long have you been playing soccer? MBK: I started playing soccer when I was 6 with my little hometown team. I ...

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’Dogs look to turn season around against Nevada

Head football coach Tim DeRuyter is looking to get his team back on track in the Mountain West as the Bulldogs travel to Reno to face the Nevada Wolfpack on Saturday for the team’s second conference game. Coming off a ...

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Bulldogs tee their way to the top

The Fresno State men’s and women’s golf teams participated in two-day tournaments on Monday and Tuesday, each placing in the top 10 of the invitationals. The women’s golf team took home second place out of 15 teams at the Johnie ...

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Soccer increase unbeaten home streak to five games

The Fresno State women’s soccer team wrapped up the weekend with a 3-0 victory against New Mexico on Sunday afternoon. The win is the first conference win of the season and the team also increased their unbeaten streak at home ...

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Volleyball team gets first conference win

The Fresno State volleyball team finished the weekend on a high note when it got its first conference win of the season, defeating the New Mexico Lobos 3-0 on Saturday afternoon. Head coach Lauren Netherby-Sewell is proud of the way ...

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Rebels run over ‘Dogs

The Bulldogs’ first Mountain West Conference test of the season ended in major defeat, losing on the road 45-20 to the UNLV Rebels. Fresno State falls to 1-4 on the season; UNLV improves to 2-3. Rebels quarterback Dalton Sneed had ...

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Skiing and snowboarding: a unique sport for the Valley

“Pray for snow” is what Logan Doss said he wants fellow teammates to do the most. Doss is a plant science major and president of the Fresno State ski and snowboard team. This is Doss’ first year as team president, ...

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Across the pond…to the pound with Gudrún Björgvinsdóttir

Name: Gudrún Björgvinsdóttir Sport: Women’s Golf Year & Major: Senior, Kinesiology- Exercise Science Hometown: Hafnarfjördur, Iceland   JW: What is the most challenging aspect of golf for you? GB: Probably just the mental side, like you need to be in ...

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Men’s soccer club ready for season

The Fresno State men’s club soccer team is ready to get the ball rolling this upcoming season after solidifying itself in the standings last year. The club went 7-1-2 in the 2015-16 season after previously suffering consecutive losing seasons.    ...

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‘Dogs open conference play at UNLV

Coming off of their third loss of the year, the Bulldogs travel to Las Vegas to face the UNLV Rebels, hoping to pick up a much-needed victory in their conference opener following a tough loss which witnessed Fresno State blow ...

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Top Dog of the Week with Jamire Jordan

Name: Jamire Jordan #1 Sport & Position: Football, Wide Receiver Year & Major: Redshirt Sophomore, Health Science/Health Administration Hometown: Palmdale, California   DG: What was going through your head on the first play, when you picked up the football off ...

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José Fernández: Gone too young

The Miami Marlins organization and baseball fans everywhere received heartbreaking news early Sunday morning after ace pitcher. José Fernández was killed in a boating accident off the coast of Florida. He was just 24 years old. Fernández and two others ...

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Rugby club to host home games at State

In the past, attending a Fresno State rugby game would require traveling 10-15 minutes around town to a local park. But now that new sod has been laid on the Kinesiology Field,  the men’s and women’s rugby clubs will finally ...

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Hurricane spell disaster for ‘Dogs

The Bulldogs jumped out to a 31-0 lead in the second quarter at home on Saturday, but their effort was not enough as the Tulsa Golden Hurricane stormed back to win 48-41 in double overtime. In front of only 23,273 ...

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Professional kayaker ‘Rafa’ Ortiz brings Niagara Falls to Fresno

Imagine you are standing over the edge and looking down at a drop that is more than 160 feet high. Depending on the time of the day, the mist hasn’t blocked the view of the rocks down below but you ...

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