Sports brief: O’Neil leads second half surge, Bulldogs advance in WAC tourney

Senior guard Dwight O’Neil scored a go-ahead bucket with only 21.7 seconds remaining to complete the Bulldogs’ second-half comeback against the Hawaii Warriors in the WAC tournament play-in game.

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Sports brief: Bulldogs’ bats pound CSU Bakersfield

For the fourth time in as many days, the Fresno State baseball team was victorious at Beiden field, this time beating the CSU Bakersfield Road Runners 16-1.

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Walk-off win against No. 9 Cal

After an up and down start to the tournament, Fresno State’s softball team bounced back with a thrilling win in the bottom of the seventh against the No. 9 California Golden Bears.

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Diamond ’Dogs’ bats come alive against Bulls

It may have taken a little longer than expected, but the defending national champions may be back in winning form.

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Men’s and women’s basketball teams prepare for WAC tournament

The “biggest little city in the world” is known for its outdoor recreational activities, casinos, bars and clubs for anyone coming to visit.

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One win away from WAC title

Coming into Wednesday night’s home finale, the Bulldogs had two goals: get a needed victory to stay in contention for the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) title and honor three seniors on senior night.

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Equestrian team made up of two unique riding styles

Riders of Fresno State’s No. 9 NCAA equestrian team and those of University of South California warmed up with their horses at the Student Horse Center last Saturday, as they prepared to begin the meet with the first event of the day: equitation over fences.

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Bulldog Weekend Series

Coming off the 2008 national championship, the Bulldogs expected to start the season with a record better than 3-4.

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Raider fans may need to get ready for T.O.

Got your popcorn ready, Raider Nation? Can you handle a force so disruptive, a yapping mouth so loud, an ego so obnoxious it’s not only burned bridges in San Francisco, Philadelphia and Dallas but also scorched the Earth?

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Sports brief: Baseball hosts tourney after Bulls

After the Bulls and Bulldogs meet this weekend, both teams will be playing in Fresno State’s yearly tournament – The Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic.

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Must-win situation

Conference tournaments don’t start for another week, but don’t tell that to the Fresno State women’s basketball team. For them, March Madness already started.

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Pagel just deserved a chance to interview

We all know about the trials and tribulations of the Fresno State athletic department. From the ethical dilemmas of student-athletes off the field to plummeting ticket sales due to either economic factors or just pure lack of interest in continuing to support the athletic department.

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Fresno State hosts five teams in tournament this weekend

Fresno State softball has more challenges awaiting them this week, but this time they don’t have to travel far, as they can stay home for the next few days.

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Men’s hoops falls in home finale

In a game with missed opportunities, there was one thing Fresno State was missing on Saturday night at the Save Mart Center: their shooting touch.

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Diamond ’Dogs go 1-2 against Oregon Ducks

If the Fresno State baseball team wondered how the Washington Huskies felt on opening weekend, they now have a clue.

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Track places seventh at WAC indoor finals

Sharon Ayala led the way for the Fresno State women’s track and field team, as it placed seventh at the Western Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field season.

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Lacrosse set for UC Davis

The Fresno State lacrosse team is heading to UC Davis this weekend to try and earn the program’s first ever win.

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The sky’s the limit

Chris Berrian isn’t the typical track star.

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