On the rail, roll back, sliding stop. These are some of the terms the Fresno State womenâ€™s equestrian team will keep in mind when competing. With a full team at 69 girls, coach Rebecca Malmo is looking to have a solid showing.Read More »
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Something was in the air Saturday at Mackay Stadium. That something was the Fresno State passing game. In a 49-41 win over Nevada, the Bulldogs put the ball in the air for 168 yards and quarterback Tom Brandstater completed 10 of 16 passes.
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The Wathen Tennis Center will be busy today through Sunday when the Fresno State menâ€™s tennis team hosts the Bulldog Classic. Hoping to start off the season strong, the players will see how their early season practices fair when they face Sacramento State, San Diego, and Cal Poly.
Kim: The excitement that comes with graduating is great. No more papers and no more parking problems. Unfortunately, this means time to step into the real world. For some Bulldog athletes, this step is more like a little hop, going from one playing field to another.Read More »
After a comeback win against Boise State two weeks ago, the Fresno State volleyball team is ready to give the Broncos another bitter taste of defeat. â€œI think weâ€™ve shown many times this year that we donâ€™t give up,â€ said Head Coach Ruben Nieves, â€œeven when the situation looks extremely dire.â€ The first match-up with Boise State started off with the Bulldogs down 0-2, but they prevailed in the end with a win in game five.Read More »
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Southern California coach Pete Carroll wasnâ€™t particularly surprised by the tumult in college footballâ€™s top 10 over the weekend. â€œVery good teams that looked great early in the season got beat,â€ Carroll said Tuesday. â€œFlorida, Oklahoma, they looked like terrific football teams, and they still are terrific teams. They just got beat.Read More »
No.1 USC (4-0)
Last Week: Beat Washington 27-24
This Week: Stanford (1-3)
Tidbit: Washington made it interesting, but the Trojans were able to hang on for a win and to the No. 1 spot this week.
Womenâ€™s Volleyball After losing the first two games in the match against Utah State Saturday, the Bulldogs won game three but were unable to come back and take the match.Read More »
For the first time since the fall semester began, the Fresno State football, womenâ€™s soccer and womenâ€™s volleyball teams are all at home this weekend. Both football and soccer play at Bulldog Stadium and volleyball plays at the Save Mart Center.Read More »
Itâ€™s been one year since the powers that be removed alcohol from Bulldog Stadium, and student reaction remains mixed.Read More »
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RENO, Nev. (AP) -- Concerned some intoxicated fans are making Nevadaâ€™s Mackay Stadium something less than family friendly, school officials appealed Thursday for good sportsmanship at Saturdayâ€™s game against rival UNLV.Read More »
Many fans see the people that sprint onto the football field carrying six-packs of water to the players during timeouts before sprinting off the field right before the game restarts.
These students are not groupies, friends of the football team, or the coachesâ€™ sons and daughters. Theyâ€™re athletic trainers, not to be confused with just â€œtrainers,â€ a term that athletic trainers have tried to distance themselves from because they say â€œtrainersâ€ have less schooling.