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Club volleyball reaches No. 1

Despite being ranked as the No. 1 team in the nation, the Fresno State men’s volleyball team continues to be one of the most underrated programs on campus.

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Track and field head south for Cal-Nevadas

In preparation for the Cal-Nevada Championships, Fresno State track and field coach Scott Winsor had to address the “C” word to his team while in practice.

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Bulldog Weekend Series

Coming off a 5-1 showing at the Pepsi-Johnny Quik Classic, the Bulldogs seemed to have everything under control.

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Fresno’s final four

Maybe it’s considered tough love, but Fresno State football is looking to install toughness for next season, which may explain the number of fights that broke out during the first spring practice on Monday afternoon.

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It’s never too early for some preseason football hype, even on the West Coast

For those who know only one sport, who would spend every February through August in a coma if they could and who think heaven’s gates are where they scan your ticket on Saturdays in the fall, Monday was one of the best days of the year.

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Lacrosse is back in action today

For two weeks now, the women’s lacrosse team has been preparing to take the field again. They have played five games thus far in their first season as a team.

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Livin’ down on the farm

The confetti has been cleared off Beiden Field and a new season has commenced. One star that is back on the diamond this season is last year’s College World Series MVP Tom Mendonca.

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Now the NCAA Tourney begins

The NCAA Tournament is over, and the National Championship Tournament is about to begin.

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Bulldogs bounced in first round

LOS ANGELES – Even with the loss, the Bulldogs can leave with pride.

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Size disadvantage one of many differences

LOS ANGELES -– Many questions were asked of the Cal Bears and the Fresno State Bulldogs after Cal’s 70-47 win. Reporters inquired about each team’s strategy, attitude, plans for the future and even their fan support.

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Softball sweeps Spartans to open WAC play

“Home sweet home” or “There’s no place like home” are perhaps two themes for the Fresno State softball team this season after their performances at Bulldog Diamond Friday and Saturday.

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Online exclusive: Fresno State softball promotes domestic violence awareness

Friday night’s Fresno State softball game was more than just the WAC opener against San Jose State: It was Domestic Violence Awareness Night.

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Bulldog Game Day

The second season for the Fresno State women’s basketball team has begun, and sophomore guard Jaleesa Ross expressed three types of excitement for this weekend at the NCAA women’s tournament.

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Forever a Bulldog

Dan Brown will not be remembered as a just a football coach, but as a respected and inspirational man.

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Happy to be ‘Mad’

As the NCAA Tournament’s first game tips off at 9:20 a.m. tomorrow, there still is time to finalize your bracket. I’m no expert, but is there such a thing as an expert? Every
ESPN “expert” is just making their best guess in reality.

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After tense wait, Bulldogs learn opponent

In a room full of suits, TV cameras, one university president and even a few football coaches, the women’s basketball players were joking.

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Cross country star Garcia may have met his match

Fresno State’s long distance running star Erick Garcia is preparing for the 2009 track and field season, and this year he has a new running partner, Paul Zwama, who will help him take the team to a new level.

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Back-to-back

Most Saturday nights in Fresno usually involve people going out to clubs or parties and doing their own celebrating.

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