Bulldogs throwers fare well at Cal Poly

Fresno State senior Katie Richardson was the standout contender at Saturday’s Cal Poly Invitational. Richardson took the discus event with a 165 foot 8.75 inch throw — a season best. Richardson also won the women’s hammer throw and javelin. The ...

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Lady ’Dogs squeak past pesky TCU

The Fresno State women’s tennis team used injuries and a surprisingly rowdy home crowd to propel them to a 4-3 victory over Texas Christian Thursday night. With some players unable to play due to injuries, TCU was only able to ...

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Shipley shines at UNLV Invite

Fresno State sophomore golfer Jennifer Shipley had a break out performance at the UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational, winning the tournament’s individual championship with an 11-under three-day score of 205. Shipley outlasted UC Irvine’s Kelly Nakashima in a three-hole playoff, earning ...

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’Dogs miss out on golden opportunity

With a showdown against the nation’s No. 17 team, Louisiana-Lafayette, the Fresno State softball team had a chance to perhaps jump back into the top 25 with a win at the Judi Garman Classic in Fullerton. The Bulldogs’ Kristin Sylvester ...

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Bulldogs add assistant to staff

Chris Shaw, a former professional soccer player, will be joining Fresno State’s soccer program. Shaw is the former head coach of Mount Olive College in North Carolina, a Division II school. Shaw was named 2004’s Coach of the Year for ...

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’Dogs’ postseason trip cut short

If it wasn’t for the final score, it would’ve been hard to believe the Fresno State men’s basketball team lost its opening round game of the National Invitation Tournament. With an 88-78 loss at the hands of the Georgia Bulldogs, ...

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Wetzel while you work

SOPHOMORE ERIK WETZEL is a baseball player, a college student, a friend, a brother and a son. A son who has worked hard since he was young to follow in his father’s footsteps and make his parents proud. Wetzel has ...

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PJQ hasn’t lost luster

It has been described as the nation’s best collegiate baseball tournament. Dozens of teams from all over the country have come North, South, East and West to participate in the Fresno State baseball program’s Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic. Starting today, the ...

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Slippers, sleepers and upsets hooray

The madness is here and you know what that means: buzzer beaters, Cinderella upsets, gratuitous player and coach profile pieces and enough basketball coverage over the next four weeks to alienate girlfriends nationwide. Whether you are a college basketball fanatic ...

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Young ’Dogs have nice showing

Fresno State men’s golf head coach Mike Watney describes his team as young, but “getting better everyday.� The young team came in fifth at Tuesday’s Fresno State Lexus Classic at the Sunnyside Country Club. The Fresno State leader was Matt ...

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Men’s Basketball Preview

Fresno State’s NIT appearance is the Bulldogs first postseason appearance since the 2001-2002 season. The Bulldogs will rely on forwards Quinton Hosley and Dominic McGuire to provide the scoring and match up with Georgia’s athletic scorers. Fresno State will also ...

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NIT comes calling for ’Dogs

For the first time in five years the Fresno State men’s basketball team received a postseason bid. The Bulldogs were one of 32 teams to receive a bid to play in the 2007 National Invitational Tournament. Fresno State was given ...

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Bulldog Classic title goes to host ’Dogs

The Fresno State softball team was left with a bitter taste in its mouth after it lost back-to-back games at the UNLV Invitational last weekend. The Bulldogs were upset by two unranked opponents and knocked out of the Top 25 ...

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Bulldogs ready to start climbing

Got to watch out for those wet spots. As Fresno State outfielder Brian Lapin explains it, the Bulldogs are having some trouble making it to the top of the hill and beyond. After this weekend’s 2-of-3 series defeat at the ...

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OU spoils Bulldogs’ upset effort

The Fresno State men’s tennis team fell to Sooner rather than later. Despite strong singles matches from freshman Mirko Zapletal and senior Charles Irie, the Bulldogs were unable to hold off the visiting Oklahoma Sooners on Sunday at the Wathen ...

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Women impress; men depress

Fresno State guard Paige Diggs and teammates put forth an impressive quarterfinal game in the WAC Tournament, defeating Hawaii by 25 points.
An elbow to the head is all it took to burst the Fresno State men’s basketball team’s NCAA tournament bubble.

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Oregon, A&M and K-State highlight finalized schedule

The 2007 Fresno State football schedule was released and head coach Pat Hill finally got something he’s been after for 10 seasons — a late-season home game against a BCS opponent. Fresno State will once again have its usual selection ...

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Bulldogs show their stuff for NFL scouts on pro timing day

After last year’s pro timing day, it was no surprise to see so many NFL scouts show again for this year’s version. It was yet another sunny day, which for scouts, means another opportunity to increase the golden-skin odometer. For ...

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