Entering this weekâ€™s Western Athletic Conference Tournament the only thing warmer than the Las Cruces weather is the play of the Fresno State menâ€™s basketball team. The team finished the regular season on a six-game winning streak that included a ...Read More »
Nobody expects the Fresno State womenâ€™s basketball team to make much noise in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament. Thereâ€™s too much history that suggests otherwise. Think about the last time the Bulldogs made the NCAA tournament (hint: theyâ€™ve never made ...Read More »
Thereâ€™s something comforting about sailing a smooth sea. Looking behind you at the tempest just passed gives one a brand-new appreciation for the easy sailing now enjoyed. Thus is the state of the young tenure of the Steve Cleveland era ...Read More »
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In some ways it was the end, but in another way, it could be just the beginning. The Fresno State womenâ€™s basketball team disposed of the Utah State Aggies in perhaps the final game of the season for the Bulldogs in the Save Mart Center.
The Fresno State football coaching staff is finally complete, and preparations for the upcoming season are already underway. The initial feeling out process for new offensive coordinator Jim McElwain is over, making the time from here on out nothing but ...Read More »
Junior guard Kevin Bell continued his superhuman effort of carrying the Bulldogs for a second straight game with Fresno Stateâ€™s Saturday win over Utah State. Bell, who had a career-high 25 points helped the Bulldogs to a third place finish ...Read More »
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The Fresno State baseball team ran circles, or rather diamonds around No. 16 San Diego last weekend. Technically, it was the players doing the baserunning, but it was Fresno State assistant coach Matt Curtis that did the waving, putting pressure on the Torero defense in the Bulldogsâ€™ 2-of-3 series victory.
With outstanding individual performances the Bulldogs Equestrian team took home the team title from this weekendâ€™s â€œBest in the West" competition. Fresno Stateâ€™s Kristin Sohns capped the weekend off by being named MVP of Equitation on the Flat.Read More »
The Fresno State menâ€™s basketball team struggled early on during the teamâ€™s Western Athletic Conference schedule but a late win streak propelled the Bulldogs into third place in the regular season final standings. Despite the inconsistencies, the Bulldogs two most ...Read More »
The Fresno State womenâ€™s basketball team had two players named to the 2006-2007 all-Western Athletic Conference teams. Guard Chantella Perera was selected to the six-player all-conference first team. The selection was the seniorâ€™s first all-conference nod. Perera led the Bulldogs ...Read More »
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The Fresno State basketball team got into a back and forth battle with the Boise State Broncos Thursday night, winning 78-77. Bulldogs guard Kevin Bell (being lifted by Quinton Hosley and teammates at left) drained a fade-away jumpshot from about 15 feet from the basket with 0.6 seconds left on the clock.
When you look around, chances are somewhere nearby will be a Timeout. No, not a short stoppage in a sporting match. Rather, you are likely to see Fresno Stateâ€™s mascot, whose name happens to be Timeout. This fierce Bulldog stands ...Read More »
Ahh, can you smell it? Spring is in the air. The grass is getting greener. The weather is getting nicer. The semester is getting into full swing and all those midterm papers that youâ€™ve been putting off are now coming ...Read More »
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The Fresno State womenâ€™s basketball team has saved its best for last. After struggling to find consistency for a majority of the season, the Bulldogs have caught fire down the homestretch, the lone exception coming on the road at Boise last night.
Fresno State freshman golfer Maria Pia Escandon hits a chip shot on the 11th hole during the Kitahara Fresno State Invitational. Pia Escandon shot a two-day score of 150, earning her a tie for ninth place individually. The Bulldogs also won the overall tournament title, shooting a 20-over score 596, winning by two strokes over UC Irvine.Read More »
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Tennis has become a worldwide sport in the past few decades. Nowhere is this as evident as it is on the Fresno State tennis teams. They have been recruited from around the globe from countries such as the Czech Republic, Canada, Australia, Jamaica, Brazil, Russia, Ivory Coast and India.