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A semester full of stories and more to come

Sports have always been one of my favorite pastimes whether it’s playing them or watching them and I have always been a fan of the Fresno State Bulldogs, and this semester, I was fortunate to write for the sports section ...

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Three Bulldogs dream of a career in the NFL

For the third straight year, not a single Fresno State player was selected in the NFL Draft. But a number of players are not giving up on the idea of playing professional football. The NFL has had a slew of ...

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Baseball born and Bulldog bred

A three-year letterman at Buchanan High School, senior Korby Batesole always knew he wanted to play for Fresno State. “It was always a dream to come here and play for [head coach Mike Batesole],” Batesole said. While watching his dad ...

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Rebels sweep ‘Dogs on Senior Day

After a tough road series against Boise State last weekend that saw the Fresno State softball team get one win and two losses, the Bulldogs faced UNLV for the last home series of the season this past weekend. The Rebels ...

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Fresno State women’s rugby club ranked No. 1 in the nation

The Fresno State women’s rugby club is ranked No. 1 in the nation for Division 2 collegiate sports, according to a news release from the university. The team is scheduled to compete in the National Competition Friday and Saturday in ...

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MW champions set to compete on national level

Fresno State will head to No. 12 seed UCLA for the first round of the NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships on May 11. “It’s an exciting time for us,” head coach Ryan Stotland said. “UCLA is a great team and presents ...

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Reliever relives experience at Fresno State

Softball has always been a part of her life. Now, as Fresno State Bulldogs senior softball relief pitcher Sarah Santana nears the end of her playing career, she appreciates the journey that she has taken to become the person she ...

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Diamond ‘Dogs bounce back for series win

After splitting the first two games – a 7-2 victory, a 14-4 loss – the Fresno State baseball team bounced back Sunday and blanked the Air Force Falcons 10-0 to claim a Mountain West Conference series win at Pete Beiden ...

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Goldstein enjoys final season as a Bulldog, has family to thank

From Southern California, senior Torin Goldstein was raised with baseball in his blood and was destined to become a pivotal player on a team. Whether it’s hitting and collecting RBIs on offense or making plays on defense, Goldstein is always ...

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Search for new athletic director is underway

A search is now underway for Fresno State’s new athletic director, five months after the resignation of former AD Jim Bartko. The job opening was posted on April 23, and a 14-person search committee has been formed to sift through ...

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NFL Draft, why did the Browns chose Mayfield instead of Darnold, Rosen or Allen?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and special guest Seth Casey talk about the first round of the NFL draft and they discuss the reasons behind Cleveland taking Mayfield as the number one overall draft choice. They also talk about the NBA playoffs ...

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Senior standout leaves it all on the field

With third baseman Skylar Broussard coming in on an expected bunt, catcher Hayleigh Galvan throws to senior shortstop Katie Castellon after a runner attempts to steal third. With a dive, catch on a short hop and tag, Castellon makes the ...

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Will Central-Valley native Josh Allen be the first overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft?

The 2018 NFL Draft is less than two days away, and the spotlight shines on the Central Valley. Former Firebaugh and Reedley College standout Josh Allen has polarized the football world. Whether it’s his massive frame, 6 feet 5 inches ...

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Team makes history at National Championship

With a regular season that saw it go 10-0 and win the Pacific West Rugby Conference title, the Fresno State women’s rugby team is getting ready to face its biggest challenge in the Women’s Division II National Championship. Being that ...

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Is there a solution to Fresno State’s weak fan attendance?

Much has been made about attendance at various Fresno State sporting events over the years.   I’m a firm believer that the product on display is the most important aspect to fan support, and for the Bulldogs, their inconsistencies have ...

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Fresno State loses winning streak but takes series

The Fresno State softball team is at the top of the Mountain West standings after coming off a 10-game winning streak last weekend. The ‘Dogs were looking to extend that streak at home against conference rival San Diego State, but ...

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Fresno State rallies for season finale win

A late flurry of goals by the Fresno State women’s water polo team provided a happy ending to the team’s regular season as it defeated No. 22-ranked California Baptist University, 6-5, on Saturday.   Both teams started slowly on offense. ...

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What teams look best in the NBA playoffs and who will go number one in the upcoming NFL draft?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and recurring guest William Ramirez talk about the NBA playoffs, which teams have surprised them and which one’s have let them down. They talk about the upcoming NFL draft and the which prospects look best to make ...

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