SMC worker sees behind the scenes

Working at the Save Mart Center allows Clint Barry to see random things that most members of the public do not.

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Sports photos of the year

2009 was the Fresno State lacrosse team’s inaugural season. The lacrosse team finished the season without winning a game and their closest match was an 11-9 loss to Howard in Washington D.C. on April 11.

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Champs, again

The ’Dogs came out swinging at this weekend’s Western Athletic Conference Tournament, winning the championship with a game to spare, as tournament MVP Morgan Melloh quieted the bats of Boise State, Louisiana Tech and Nevada.

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’Dogs split with Rainbows

In a battle to keep conference tournament hopes alive, emotions ran high this past weekend at Beiden Field between Fresno State and Hawaii, which can explain the ejections of both baseball coaches.

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One down

On a beautiful late-spring morning when many were heading to class and gearing up for finals, the Bulldog softball team began its run towards a Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament title.

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Diamond ’Dogs need wins vs. Rainbows

With the season winding down, the Bulldogs look to finish strong in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), which is still up for grabs.

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Men’s basketball finally drops 611 APR score

After five years of scholarship restrictions and sanctions that left the once successful program crippled, the men’s basketball team is finally off the snide.

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Women’s tennis heads east for NCAAs

After capturing their eighth-straight Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Championship against Boise State, the Fresno State women’s tennis team expected to be hosting the first round of the NCAA Division I Tennis Championships this Saturday — not traveling.

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Centerpiece of a dynasty

Since 2005, senior Melanie Gloria has built an impressive resume with her work on the tennis court.

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Most exciting two minutes

Ran this past Saturday, the Kentucky Derby holds a unique place in the sports world at the intersections of horse racing, gambling and pageantry.

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No.1-seeded ’Dogs begin play on Thursday

Earning their 10th WAC regular season title, the ’Dogs are preparing themselves to face the tough competition ahead of them.

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Down, but not out

It may be a steep climb, but the Fresno State baseball team’s ascent to qualify for the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament is still alive.

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Wright, Bulldogs earn 10th WAC title

At the beginning of the season, the Fresno State softball team set a few major goals to accomplish before the end.

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Bulldog track athletes reach Top 20

Three track and field athletes wanted to go against the best the nation had to offer, now the result is a national ranking for each of them.

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Dover and over again

Rio Secco Golf Club in beautiful Henderson, Nev. was the site of this year’s Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Men’s Golf Tournament.

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The wait is finally over for two ’Dogs

If you woke up early this past Sunday around 7 a.m., turned on your television to watch hours of coverage on the NFL Draft and had a hard time being patient, you’re in good company.

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ASI speaks with Boeh

Fresno State Athletics doesn’t just make money from student fees, but many other places as well.

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NFL Draft should stay on Saturday, right?

I forget now, is it excess or imitation that’s the sincerest form of flattery?

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