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Women win sixth straight WAC title

The Fresno State women’s tennis team continued its dominance against the Western Athletic Conference competition as the team defeated Boise State 4-0 and won its sixth-straight WAC title on Saturday. “We came out really strong in doubles and took the ...

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A career taken to new heights

Fresno State track and field director Bob Fraley defied all odds by working hard to make himself a legend in the sport of track and field.
Fresno State track and field director Bob Fraley’s path in life was shaped in grammar school.

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Moore of a good thing

Fresno State senior hurdler Ryan Moore has reached new heights in track and field at Fresno State.
Ryan Moore’s days are filled. When the political science senior isn’t in class, he’s on the track field. When he’s not in class or preparing for a track meet, he’s lifting weights or working on his plans for law school.

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Bulldogs, Luethke in 5th at WAC tourney

The Fresno State golf team has struggled through the first two days of the Western Athletic Conference tournament in Las Cruces, NM.
The second day of the women’s golf WAC Championships saw both Fresno State junior Laura Luethke and her teammates slip in the standings.

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’Dogs rout Pacific in home finale

Fresno State sophomore Melanie Gloria returns a serve in Saturday’s doubles match. Gloria and doubles partner Tinesta Rowe won 8-6.
Despite rainy forecasts, the Fresno State women’s tennis team went out of its way to treat the University of Pacific to a free tennis clinic at the Wathen Tennis Center on Saturday.

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Pitching staff shines in weekend sweep

The Bulldogs swept the New Mexico State Aggies in a three-game series this weekend. Fresno State took Friday 7-0 and Saturday 14-3 and 9-1. In game one, pitcher Clayton Allison helped the Bulldogs with their first shut out of the ...

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Superstitions still run rampant in sports

Superstition. It is a tradition as deeply rooted in the fabric of sports culture as lying is in politics. Whether it’s the pitcher who refuses to shave until his team snaps a losing streak, or the player who avoids stepping ...

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’Dogs’ offense eeks out victory

Teammates lift Clifton Smith after he scored the game winning touchdown in Saturday’s scrimmage. The Fresno State offense defeated the defense 47-43 in the first of two scrimmages this year.
Officially, it didn’t count for anything. But it is football.

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Putting the pedal to the metal

Fresno State kinesiology professor Felicia Greer rides during the Quad Knopf Sequoia Classic Time Trial as her husband, Gus Gomez, runs along side. The trial was held on Rocky Hill in Exeter.
All kinesiology professor Dr. Felicia Greer needs is a helmet and a bike and she is ready to go.

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Soccer club has a kick of culture

If you were to ask anybody outside of the United States what the number one sport in the world is, they would most likely answer you with only one word. Football. But it wouldn’t be the football that some of ...

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Physical Bulldogs practice sees skirmish, great effort

Juan Villa / The Collegian
The seventh practice of the spring season for the Fresno State football team saw a level of intensity that had yet to be reached.

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’Dogs ride to NCAAs

The Fresno State equestrian team is set to save a cowboy and ride some horses for the next three days, as it will be participating in the 2007 Varsity Equestrian National Championship show today through Friday. The Bulldogs have a ...

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Bulldogs will return to full pads Wednesday


After a day off from practice Tuesday, the Fresno State football team will return to action Wednesday ready to go full-bore in full pads.

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Founding his own investments

Over the years, the Fresno State track and field team has produced athletes who exhibit success both on and off the playing fielding. Not all the athletes go on to play professionally after their college careers are over, but many ...

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’Dogs walk off ’Bows…twice


On a day filled with drama, the Fresno State baseball team swept a double-header against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Sunday to improve its record on the season to 23-18 and an 8-4 record in the Western Athletic Conference.

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Blame it on the rain


Freshman women’s tennis player Renata Kucerkova exits the Wathen Tennis Center Saturday afternoon after Fresno State’s match against St. Mary’s was postponed due to rain.

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Bulldogs keep springing into action


The fourth full-squad workout of the spring for the Fresno State football team was the first time the team practiced in full pads.

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Endler, Richardson win gold

The Fresno State track and field team made the most of its trip to the 2007 Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invitational at UCLA this weekend as Fresno State had two athletes win gold medals. Fresno State thrower Dave Endler won the ...

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