Bulldogs win water polo match against Concordia

On a day where the seniors of the Fresno State water polo team were honored, it was a freshman leading the charge offensively in the Bulldogs’ 14-7 victory over Concordia University Irvine. Callie Woodruff, utility, led the team with four ...

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New coach Hutson says ‘it’s time to get the old Red Wave back’

Fresno State interim athletic director Steve Robertello named Justin Hutson the new men’s basketball coach on April 4 after news began to break the night before. In a late-night tweet last Wednesday, Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro piqued interest ...

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Will Fresno State bring back men’s soccer?

Soccer has been a big part of the Central Valley, and the admiration for the sport has hit an all-time high with the introduction of the professional soccer club, Fresno FC. In March, during Fresno FC’s opening night against the ...

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Top 3 moments in Fresno State sports history

In a sporting sense, the Bulldogs have quite the pedigree. Fresno State is nationally-known for producing some of the best athletes in sports today and in years past. With them came some of the best moments in school history. From ...

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Texan turned Californian dominates

When one thinks of sports most likely to be played in Texas, water polo doesn’t necessarily come to mind. But Fresno State freshman water polo standout Callie Woodruff might just be ready to change all of that. Woodruff grew up ...

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We need a long-term plan, not a quick fix

The Fresno State men’s basketball team has more questions than answers as the NCAA basketball season draws to a close. At the top of the list, undoubtedly, is: who’s the new coach? A coach who fits best not only for ...

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Bulldogs Wins Series Against The Dirtbags

Led by an impressive performance by pitcher Edgar Gonzalez in Game 3, the Fresno State baseball team was able to take the last two games of a three-game series against the Long Beach State Dirtbags at home. Coming off a ...

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Danielle East throws a no-hitter in first MW road series

Fresno State’s softball team traveled to New Mexico over the weekend in its first Mountain West road series. Losing Game 1 of a three-game series to a walk-off, the ‘Dogs were able to bounce back with back-to-back wins and a ...

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Water Dogs’ offense falls short against UC San Diego

Fresno State’s water polo team had one of its best offensive performances of the season, but still fell short to UC San Diego, 13-11 at the Aquatics Center on March 31. The first few minutes of the match went scoreless ...

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Freshman looks to compete in the 2020 Summer Olympics

Marc Castro is a Fresno State kinesiology major with a secret. But he doesn’t hide it. Aside from being a student, Castro is an internationally-known boxer, with world championship titles to prove it. “My biggest accomplishments [are] winning the junior ...

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The Collegian Sportscast: Who is Fresno State looking to replace Rodney Terry?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and recurrent guest William Ramirez talk about who will replace Rodney Terry as head coach of the men’s basketball team, also how the Bulldogs women’s basketball team will do in their postseason game against Nevada. Special guest ...

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Season ends after record-breaking night

A 26-point deficit lit a fire in Candice White that led to a scoring effort unlike any in the history of Fresno State women’s basketball. White finished with 40 points on 17-of-29 shooting, setting the school record for points in ...

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Softball split series with Illinois and Cal Poly

The Fresno State softball team hosted two doubleheaders against Illinois and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo on March 16 and 18, respectively. The Bulldogs lost 10-9 and 8-5 to Illinois on Friday and defeated San Luis Obispo 10-2 and 9-5 ...

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Fresno State returns to the NCAA championships

The long-awaited return to the NCAA Wrestling Championships for the Fresno State wrestling team came to an end last Friday morning. The program had been on an 11-year hiatus. Redshirt sophomore Khristian Olivas and freshman heavyweight AJ Nevills represented the ...

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Lacrosse team loses at home to Albany

The Fresno State women’s Lacrosse team was coming off of a big win over Delaware State when it faced the University at Albany at home, a match that ended with them losing 12-9. The Saturday loss leaves the Bulldogs record ...

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Fresno FC debut brings a sense of promise to the Valley, despite loss

The Central Valley has had soccer teams before – the Fresno Freeze, Fresno Fuego, among others. However, this team felt different, and you know what? So did the crowd. More than 7,000 fans braved the cold weather Saturday night to ...

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Bert Watts named defensive coordinator

Fresno State’s head football coach Jeff Tedford announced that linebackers coach Bert Watts was promoted to defensive coordinator on Tuesday. The position was left vacant by Orlando Steinauer on Feb. 22 after one season with the ‘Dogs. He returned to ...

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Khristian Olivas turns his plans into realities

The redshirt sophomore is one of the two Bulldog wrestlers representing Fresno State in the NCAA Championships this weekend, and it’s safe to say it was always part of his plan. He has been wrestling since he was in first ...

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