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‘Dogs continue winning way

The Fresno State women’s tennis team is not only winning, it’s winning in blowout fashion. Add No. 20 Colorado to the list of the 10-straight opponents the Bulldogs have knocked off, including three that at the time, held a top ...

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Fantasy baseball offers season-long excitement for casual fans

Greetings baseball fans and welcome to another season of major league baseball. With the new season comes many exciting new changes. Every team is starting the season tied for first place and nobody is out of contention quite yet. But ...

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Basketball regional a hit for those in attendance

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You can only feel it when you’re there. It’s not on television. It’s not on the Internet. You have to be in the arena to get the full feeling of March Madness.

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Bulldogs seniors paving way for underclassmen


Neither the wind nor the Saint Mary’s players could slow down the a Bulldogs juggernaut as the Fresno State men’s tennis team cruised to a 6-1 victory at the Wathen Tennis Center on Sunday afternoon.

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Bulldogs crowned king of the Four Way


The Fresno State track and field team dominated its competition Saturday at Warmerdam Field as it prepares to host the Cal-Nevada Championships this weekend.

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‘Dogs salvage one game in opener

The Bulldogs fell behind in the bayou, losing the last of a three-game series to Louisiana Tech 8-6. Fresno State won one game. In the first inning Tom Mendonca brought Steve Susdorf home for the first Fresno State score of ...

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Wolf Pack can’t hang with Bulldogs

The Fresno State softball team won its three-game series against the Nevada Wolf Pack this weekend, taking them to 2-1 in conference play. Despite losing the first game of a doubleheader on Saturday, the Bulldogs took home the second game, ...

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Bulldogs sweep away Bobcats


The Fresno State softball team did a little house cleaning at home before hitting the road for its first conference games of the season.

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’Dogs safely net victory over Trojans


When the Fresno State women’s tennis team returned home from its match against No. 8 USC on Wednesday, the Trojans were upset.

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’Dog Bites

Fresno State senior thrower Katie Richardson’s stellar performance at the Cal Poly Invitational last weekend earned her the Western Athletic Conference Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week award. Richardson finished first in the hammer, javelin and discus ...

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Diamond Dogs vs. Louisiana Tech

By pure coincidence, the Fresno State offense caught fire without Ozzie Lewis. The preseason Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year has been struggling with a wrist injury, but multiple Bulldogs have taken it upon themselves to pick up the ...

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Queen of the court

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With her second-place spot in the nation this year in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Rankings, Melanie Gloria has found her element on the tennis court.

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A salute to college basketball’s real men of genius

By Jeff Christian and Darrell Copeland III The Collegian Sports Editors When it comes to March Madness, we usually don’t have too much to complain about. However, with a disturbingly low amount of upsets, we couldn’t help but feel slightly ...

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Fresno State vs. Ohio Bobcats

Fresno State softball fans can take pride in knowing that when the Bulldogs put their best foot forward, the sky is the limit. After a 6-1 win over No. 2 Arizona State in the Judi Garman Classic, the evidence speaks ...

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USA calls on Bulldog bowlers


HAVING TWO OF ITS top players represent the nation on Team USA is nothing new for the Bulldog Bowling Club.

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Bittersweet end for ’Dogs in PJQC


Whether you’re a good news first person, or a bad news first person, the Fresno State baseball team was able to deliver on both over the weekend.

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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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