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Tennis team looking for Glori-a

Fresno State’s veteran women’s tennis team returns this fall seeking to solidify it’s growing reputation as the advancing team that’s hard to beat. Last season, the Bulldogs ended nationally ranked at No. 14.

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Western Athletic Conference Football Standings

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The Idaho Vandals got their first win of the year last week against Division 1-AA Cal Poly. Similar success can be expected this week against the Huskies.

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Setting up for success

Lisa Gera
Lisa Gera is the type of player and person who makes a coach proud.

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Time to step up

Jim: With a two-game skid going into Western Athletic Conference (WAC) play, many Fresno State football fans feel as if this season is headed down the same path as last year.

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The Collegian’s Top 25

No. 1 USC (2-0) Last Week: Beat Nebraska 49-31 This Week: Washington State (2-1) Tidbit: The Trojans were able to show why they are the best team in the country.

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’Dog Bites

Midfielder Amanda Reyes was named the Defensive Player of the Week in the Western Athletic Conference.
Softball The Amateur Softball Association announced this week that former Bulldog Laura Berg made her fourth Olympic team.

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Lady ’Dogs win at home, break 4-game losing streak

The Fresno State women’s volleyball team (3-9) broke a four-game losing streak and won its first match in conference play Saturday against the lowest-ranked team in the Western Athletic Conference.

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Ducks fly to victory over ’Dogs

Oregon tight end Ed Dickson celebrates in the end zone after catching a touchdown pass in the second quarter of Oregon
If last weekend’s near-comeback at Texas A&M was a step forward for Fresno State, then Saturday’s contest against the Oregon Ducks was a big jump backwards.

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Autzen drowns out ‘Dogs’ hopes

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In front of 58,525 fans at Autzen stadium, Fresno State fell 52-21 to the Oregon Ducks.

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On the road again…

The Fresno State women’s soccer team is back on the road for two more road games this weekend. After defeating UC Irvine 3-0 at home on Aug. 31, the Bulldogs hit the road for a six-game road trip stretching over the month of September.

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Golf looking to regain footing

Mike Watney is doing what he can to shake off last season—one of the worst in his tenure coaching Men’s golf. “We just did not have a good year and we didn’t qualify for the NCAA,” Watney said.

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Fresno State football: Week 3 preview

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Last weekend’s loss to Texas A&M hurt, but the Bulldogs should not be discouraged. Coming back from a 19-0 deficit is no small feat, especially when you push the game to triple overtime.

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The Collegian’s Top 25


1. USC (1-0)
Last Week: Bye
This Week: at Nebraska (2-0)
The Trojans’ first contest against Idaho was not a very convincing victory. Look for the Cornhuskers to give USC its first true test of the season.

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Mascot makeover spoils traditions

What happened to Timeout? Our cute cuddly mascot has undergone a full makeover.

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The Wright Stuff

Margie Wright is a name known primarily for her successes on the softball field. Earlier this year, she filled a new role as a key witness in the case of Lindy Vivas.

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’Dogs overtime effort falls short

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Pat Hill and Fresno State made a big statement on Saturday in College Station. Facing a 19-0 deficit at halftime, the Bulldogs showed resilience, pushing the No. 23 Texas A&M Aggies to triple overtime.

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Update from around the WAC

•Hawaii 45, Louisiana Tech 44 In the WAC’s first conference game of the season, Hawaii defeated Louisiana Tech 45-44 in a nail-biter Saturday night in Ruston, LA.

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‘Dog bites

Briefs about Bulldog volleyball, soccer, and cross country.

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