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Dream becomes reality

Thank you can go a long way. When a young man by the name of Doug Fraley ended a track meet the way he always did — by thanking the officials — it jump started a relationship that is bringing a $1 million track to Fresno State.

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Young team to be tested in 2008

The Fresno State men’s tennis team will kick off the second part of their season in 2008 at home against Cal Poly.

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Men’s Basketball Preview

Head coach Steve Cleveland announced Wednesday forward Bryan Harvey is academically ineligible and will miss the remainder of the season. Harvey averaged 10.6 points and five rebounds in 17 games.
Fresno State Bulldogs at Hawaii Warriors

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’Dogs extend streak


Tierre Wilson drives to the basket in the first half of Thursday night’s victory over Hawaii.

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Show me the money

Fresno State wide receiver Jason Crawley and his teammates hold up the Humanitarian Bowl trophy after defeating Georgia Tech. The university received a payout of $478,000 for participating in the bowl game.
The rewards don’t seem to stop coming for Fresno State.

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New sport? La-crosse me out

The spring semester marks a time of renewal for many. It spurns new beginnings along with fresh starts. For our university’s athletic department it means the announcement of two new women’s sports: swimming/diving and lacrosse.

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Miller and Bell leading ’Dogs

Senior guard Eddie Miller leads the conference in 3-point field goals made, averaging 3.47 3-pointers per game. Miller and the Bulldogs will take on the San Jose State  Spartans tonight at 7 p.m. in San Jose.
The Fresno State men’s basketball team is off to a 2-1 start in Western Athletic Conference (WAC) play, after a non-conference schedule that had its ups and downs.

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Women on top in WAC play

In only her first season, freshman guard Jaleesa Ross leads the WAC in 3-point field goals made. Ross and the Bulldogs are tops in the WAC in 3-point shooting.
After losing six games in a row in non-conference play to open the season, the Fresno State women’s basketball team has won six straight games and are tied for the top spot in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).

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McElwain to stay at Fresno State

Offensive coordinator Jim McElwain announced today that he will remain with Bulldog football through the 2008 season.

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Poised for greatness

Fresno State’s football program is back in full force. With a 40-28 victory over Georgia Tech in The Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl, Fresno State completed its turnaround from last season’s disappointing 4-8 record to finish 9-4. Senior running back Clifton Smith ...

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Basketball players protest verdict


Former Fresno State women’s basketball players speak on behalf of other former and current players in denouncing the $19.1 million verdict awarded to Stacy Johnson-Klein handed down last week.

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Fresno State Football Humanitarian Bowl Preview


Fresno State Bulldogs (8-4, 6-2 WAC) vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (7-5, 4-4 ACC)

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Nieves steps down as head coach

Former Fresno State volleyball coach Ruben Nieves announced his resignation last week, formally ending three difficult seasons as head coach.

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Winter wonderland of sports

With the semester winding down and finals coming up, winter break is right around the corner. For sports fanatics like myself, Christmas comes in the form of more than just presents.

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Intramural teams give creativity to names

Intramurals are a large part of campus life.

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Women’s basketball preview

After starting the season with six consecutive losses, the Fresno State women’s basketball team finally made it into the win column on Saturday.

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One-of-a-kind Tebow becomes first sophomore to win Heisman

Florida Quarterback Tim Tebow holds up the Heisman trophy after winning the award Saturday night at the Nokia Theater in New York City.  Tebow amassed 462 first-place votes and 1,957 total points.  Arkansas running back Darren McFadden was the runner-up for the award.
NEW YORK (AP) - Tim Tebow took a few deep breaths, steadied himself, then plowed through his Heisman Trophy acceptance speech much the same way he takes on tacklers — fast and furious.

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‘Dog Bites

Former Fresno State player Chantelle Perera will play professional basketball in Australia.
The Bulldogs beat Long Beach 65-55 on Friday in their first win of the season.

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