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University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan and the Warriors are the preseason favorite in the Western Athletic Conference, ranked at number 23.
Juan Villa / The Collegian 1. USC (0-0) Week 1: Idaho (0-0) Quarterback John David Booty is looking to the lead the Pac-10 Conference Champion Trojans back to the BCS National Championship game after a Rose Bowl victory last season.

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Dog Bites

Returning setter Tiffany Hess sets the ball.
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The Fresno State women’s soccer team opens their season 7 p.m. Friday against UC Irvine. This is the last home game for the ‘Dogs before going on a six-game road trip during the month of September. Tickets are $1 for this game only.

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No catching waves for Udwadia

Fresno is where it’s at for Jay Udwadia, the Fresno State men’s tennis coach. While he accepted the position of associate head coach at Pepperdine University last week, he has since decided to stay with the Bulldogs.

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Doing your thing, causing a scene

There are rules to almost everything, whether written or assumed. It seems that when it comes to sports, there are no real official rules for the fans. While sports can be a good way to let loose and enjoy ourselves, there are some rules that would allow everyone to enjoy them even more.

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Starting things the right way

The thrill of the fall semester brings about so much new stuff it is almost exciting.

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‘Dogs kicking it up a notch

soccer_large_web.jpg Despite losing key players from last year’s squad, the Fresno State women’s soccer team is hoping to build on its regular season conference title from last season.

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Bulldogs ready to make long run

Fresno State second baseman Jenna Cervantez, who leads the team with 11 home runs this season, looks to lead the Bulldogs to their 26th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance.
As it stands, the Fresno State softball team is about as big of a shoe-in for the NCAA Tournament as there can be.

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Bulldogs honored for academic success at annual Kiwanis dinner

At the Kiwanis Torch of Excellence Dinner Monday evening, 250 student athletes were honored for academic honors. Twelve student-athletes were recognized for their perfect GPAs. In this largest annual awards ceremony hosted by Fresno State’s athletic department, awards were given ...

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Students utilize Fresno Grizzlies intern program

By Edson Barrantes Collegian Staff Writer Lindsey Bench thought her days of dancing were behind her. Then she got a job with the only professional baseball team in town. The Hanford native says she has danced her whole life. A ...

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Going from a ‘Dog to a pro

Fresno State senior Jakub Cech is one of several Bulldogs with the potential to play tennis professionally on the ATP Tour. Like the others, Cech has put education ahead of professional success on the court.
Nearly all of the members of the Fresno State men’s tennis team pinpoint a career on the ATP tour as the ideal place to be following their Bulldogs career.

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Club ‘Dogs crowned champs

The Fresno State women’s club water polo team improved on last year’s third-place national finish by defeating top-ranked Cal Poly in the national title game this season. The Bulldogs defeated the Mustangs 4-3 to become champions.
Entering the Women’s National Collegiate Club Championship, Fresno State women’s club water polo coach Patrick Guyett had one goal in mind.

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Bulldogs recognized as some of the nation’s best

Fresno State bowler Josh Blanchard was one of three Bulldogs All-Americans.
Most valuable player. Player of the year. Coach of the year. Six consecutive championships. 212.99 average.

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‘Dog Bites

Softball After sweeping the San Jose State Spartans in three games over the weekend, the Fresno State softball team won’t have to wait long for a rematch. Fresno State will open the 2007 Western Athletic Conference Tournament at Bulldog Diamond ...

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Doverspike nabs 1st as ‘Dogs finish 4th

Fresno State freshman Grant Doverspike finished a remarkable and improbable three-round performance at the Hidden Valley Country Club to capture his first collegiate victory and the Western Athletic Conference title.

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Shooters may need to take a step back for 3s

College basketball players might want to start polishing up their long-range shooting.

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Wendell named to watch list

At 260 pounds, Fresno State’s Ryan Wendell might be the smallest starter on the offensive line, but the senior center’s experience and talent have garnered him national recognition on the preseason watch list for the Rimington Award.

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‘Dogs look for deep NCAA run

Fresno State sophomore Melanie Gloria and the rest of her Bulldogs teammates will take the No. 14 seed into the NCAA Tournament as a host team in the first and second rounds.
Home-court advantage has Bulldogs ready for all-comers.

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Doverspike one round away from conference title

Fresno State men’s golfer Grant Doverspike may have lost his clubs before the start of the WAC Championships but he certainly didn’t lose his golf game. The freshman had his clubs stolen before the start of the tournament and was ...

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