Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs set to collide with undefeated Aztecs

The Bulldogs will have an opportunity to snap San Diego State’s 11-game win streak Wednesday when they host the Aztecs.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs pull out thrilling, double-overtime victory over UNLV

After Fresno State was in the driver’s seat for much of the game, UNLV came storming back late in the final period to take Saturday’s conference showdown into overtime.

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Football: ‘Dogs boost roster on National Signing day

Fresno State football reloaded its roster by signing 21 student-athletes on Wednesday’s National Signing Day event.

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Women’s Basketball: Bulldogs’ eight-game win streak snapped at hands of Spartans

The Fresno State women’s basketball team suffered its first Mountain West loss of the season as it stumbled on both sides of the ball in a 66-64 Wednesday night home loss to San Jose State.

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Swimming & Diving: ‘Dogs fall to rival Spartans on Senior Day

The swimming and diving team dropped its regular season finale 153-147 to Mountain West in-state rival San Jose State Saturday afternoon at the Fresno State Aquatics Center.

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs make comeback on road to beat Wyoming, extend streak

The Fresno State women’s basketball team used strong performances from its post duo of Bego Faz Davalos and Toni Smith to rally from a third quarter deficit on the road and beat Wyoming 49-42.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs top reigning MW Tournament champion Wyoming

The Fresno State men’s basketball team improved to a 5-3 record in Mountain West Conference play with a 71-60 against the Wyoming Cowboys Tuesday night at Save Mart Center.

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs ground winless Air Force to capture seventh-straight win

The Fresno State women’s basketball team improved its win streak to seven Saturday with a dominant 70-46 home win over Air Force.

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QB Zack Greenlee granted release from team

Sophomore quarterback Zack Greenlee has been granted a release from the football team, the Fresno State Athletic Department announced Sunday.

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Fresno State swimmer set to compete in European Aquatics Championships

A Fresno State Bulldog will have the opportunity this spring to make the Olympics.

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Women’s Basketball: Late spark lifts Bulldogs past SDSU, extends win streak

The San Diego State Aztecs gave the Fresno State women’s basketball team all it could handle Wednesday night at Save Mart Center, but the Bulldogs were able to put together a late push to prevail in the final moments for ...

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‘Dogs hire former SEC coach Lorenzo Ward to coordinate defense

Consecutive losing seasons have forced Fresno State head football coach Tim DeRuyter to make some coaching changes.

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Fresno State names Alabama assistant Eric Kiesau new offensive coordinator

Fresno State football didn’t hesitate in searching for a new offensive coordinator.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs head to Arizona to battle 13th-ranked Wildcats

The Fresno State men’s basketball team will be in Tucson, Arizona, Wednesday night, looking for its first road win over a Top 25 team since 2000.

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Football: 2015 season in review – ‘Dogs post second straight losing season under Tim DeRuyter

  The Fresno State football team had a below-standard 2015 season.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs run away from Mustangs in second half to improve to 6-1

The Fresno State men’s basketball team pulled one out late, defeating the Master’s College Mustangs 84-72 at home.

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs edge CSUB in midweek nonconference battle

Thanks to a gritty defensive performance, the Fresno State women’s basketball team defeated CSU Bakersfield 57-52 Wednesday at Save Mart Center.

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Men’s Basketball: Fresno State’s five-game win streak snapped at the hands of No. 15 Oregon

The Fresno State men’s basketball team’s valiant comeback effort fell just short as it experienced its first loss of the year 78-73 Monday night at No. 15 Oregon.

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