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Senior duo looks to lead volleyball to success

Lauren Torres and Jacqueline Hutcheson are looking to make the most of their final season playing collegiate volleyball for Fresno State. Torres and Hutcheson are two of five returning starters, but more notably are the two lone seniors on the ...

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Defense seeks fresh start

Fresno State’s defense is entering this season with a fresh mindset and new direction under defensive coordinator Orlondo Steinauer. The defense ranked 68th in the country in yards per game allowed and sixth in the Mountain West Conference. The coaching ...

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‘Dogs offense improving as season nears

Coming off of a 1-11 season, the Bulldogs’ offense is making strides to prepare for the season opener against Incarnate Word. The game is less than two weeks away.   After the worst season in school history, where former head ...

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The new power couple out west

By Michael Ford After years of rumors about his desire to leave Indiana, former Fresno State basketball star Paul George finally got his wish when he was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder in a blockbuster deal. George, 27, and ...

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From Los Banos to the limelight: Paul Loeffler’s journey to being the voice of the Bulldogs

Paul Loeffler, the melodious voice of the Bulldogs, remembers a time when his voice was not so smooth. In fact, it may have been a little high-pitched when he was a young rookie announcing youth football. “The story I always ...

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Bulldog standouts celebrated at Gala

Fresno State Athletics hosted its 10th annual “Night of Champions” Gala at the Save Mart Center on Monday to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of its student-athletes from the 2016-17 academic year. Junior baseball player Ricky Tyler Thomas was awarded ...

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Bulldogs sweep on Senior Day

Coming off of a sweep over the UNLV Rebels, the Fresno State softball team celebrated its four graduating seniors in their final homestand at Margie Wright Diamond and continued their season-best win streak by sweeping the New Mexico Lobos over ...

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Ramirez remains undefeated

Fresno State alumnus Jose Ramirez improved to 20-0 Friday, defeating Jake Giuriceo with a technical knockout in the second round, increasing Ramirez’s knockout total to 15. The 2012 U.S. Olympian boxer and Avenal native headlined the card at the Reno-Sparks ...

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Shields named coach of the year

Fresno State men’s tennis head coach Luke Shields was named coach of the year on Friday after leading the Bulldogs to an 18-13 overall record and 5-2 in conference play. Shields finished up his second year at Fresno State and ...

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Diamond ‘Dogs take two from Rebels

The Fresno State baseball team took the first two games against UNLV over the weekend, but lost Sunday, denying a sweep. The ‘Dogs are 25-22 on the season, and 13-10 in Mountain West play. The Bulldogs’ offense propelled them to ...

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Bulldogs going for Batesole’s 501st win

The Fresno State baseball team travels to UC Riverside on Wednesday to take on the Highlanders at 3 p.m. Coming off of head coach Mike Batesole’s 500th win, the Bulldogs look to pick up his 501st in their first-ever trip ...

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Dung named Mountain West Pitcher of the Week

Sophomore Bulldogs pitcher Kamalani Dung was named the Mountain West Pitcher of the Week, the first such honor of her career. Dung started all three games in the Bulldogs’ sweep of UNLV and pitched her Mountain West-best seventh shutout of ...

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Women’s basketball picks up recruit from Down Under

Australian basketball player Genna Ogier is joining the Fresno State women’s basketball team, head coach Jaime White announced Tuesday. Ogier is from Melbourne and plays for semipro team Kilsyth Cobras in the South East Australia Basketball League. This season, she ...

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A ’Dog’s driving force? The dirt, the diamond and the degree

Fresno State senior Lindsey Willmon will be finishing her final season as a member of the Fresno State softball team and although her playing days may be coming to an end, her leadership, drive and positive energy make up what ...

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Men’s soccer scores a championship

After a season of weak showings, the Fresno State Men’s Soccer Club finished its season by winning the West Coast Soccer Association National Showcase League Cup in Temecula, California on April 30. Despite having scored only five goals the entire ...

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Series finale showcases Fibber, 500 wins

The stars aligned for the Fresno State baseball team on Sunday afternoon as history was honored and then made at Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett Stadium. Former Bulldog great Satoshi “Fibber” Hirayama’s No. 3 jersey was retired and head ...

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Peck to the Packers

Senior Fresno State football alumnus Aaron Peck became a Green Bay Packer over the weekend when the organization signed him as an undrafted free agent. The 6-foot-3 wide receiver said on his Instagram, “Thank you to the Packers organization for ...

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Defense shines in spring game

Fresno State head football coach Jeff Tedford’s first round of practices ended Saturday with the spring game in front of thousands. After 15 practices, the Bulldogs are on the right track, Tedford said. Staying healthy as a team along with ...

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