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Top Dog of the Week…with Trevor Clayton

Name & Sport: Trevor Clayton, Men’s Golf Year & Major: Senior, Economics Hometown: Fresno, California Trevor Clayton was chosen as our Top Dog after tying for ninth place at the St. Mary’s Invitational where he shot 5-over-par throughout the course ...

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Men’s and women’s hoops preview

Men’s Basketball 2016-2017 Head Coach: Rodney Terry 2015- 2016 Record: 25-10 Returners: 10 Predicted Finish: 4th in Mountain West Players to Watch: Paul Watson (G/F), Terrell Carter II (C), Jahmel Taylor (G), Cullen Russo (F), Karachi Edo (F)*ineligible for fall ...

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‘Dogs go down with and without DeRuyter

In the first game following Tim DeRuyter’s firing as head coach, the Fresno State Bulldogs fought hard and put together what was arguably their most competitive game of the season, but still came up short against the Air Force Falcons, ...

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‘Dogs shut down San Jose State on senior night

The Fresno State soccer team defeated San Jose State 3-2 Thursday night and ended the season on a high note as it was able to send off seniors Alyssa Holsworth and Amanda Nunes with a win in the last game ...

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Search for DeRuyter’s successor begins

Tim DeRuyter’s release as head football coach leaves Athletic Director Jim Bartko with an opportunity to shape the football program how he wants to – it lets him bring in his own guy. The national search for the next head ...

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DeRuyter gets sacked

Written by: Jenna Wilson & Daniel Gligich Tim DeRuyter was removed as head coach of the Fresno State football team, Athletic Director Jim Bartko said at a press conference Sunday. “The president and I both felt that on the field ...

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Can you dig this ’Dog?

When Fresno State volleyball comes to mind, it is difficult to think about anyone other than senior libero Maggie Eppright. A four-year starter, Eppright has played in 117 games and 430 sets for the Bulldogs. Tallying impressive statistics each season, ...

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New Zealand national team come as Fresno State’s foe, leave as friends

The Fresno State Lacrosse team played host to the New Zealand national team on Tuesday night in a match resulting in a Bulldog victory 12-8. “We grew a lot as a team tonight,” Giglio said. “It was a great opportunity ...

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Academics earn Vazquez spot as Campbell Trophy Semifinalist

Starting senior left guard Jacob Vazquez was named a semifinalist for the 2016 William V. Campbell Trophy, which honors a football player for his academic success, football performance and exemplary community leadership. The National Football Foundation & College Hall of ...

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Across the board the U.S. offers more opportunity for swimmers

Several foreign-born Fresno State swimmers are quick to verify a common assumption in their sport – The United States with its superior coaching and facilities offers uncommon opportunities for international competitors. This truism is a lure with the power of ...

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Top Dog of the Week…with Taylor Slover

Name: Taylor Slover Sport & Position: Volleyball, Middle Blocker Year & Major: Sophomore, Math Hometown: Visalia, California   Taylor Slover was chosen as the Top Dog of the week because of her performance against Boise State on Saturday. Slover had ...

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Unbeaten home streak ends at six

The Fresno State soccer team lost to Wyoming 2-1 on Sunday afternoon, ending the Bulldogs’ home winning streak at six games. The loss lands them in 10th place in the Mountain West Conference with a record of 2-5-1 and an ...

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Athletic funding part 3: Investing in the Future

The Bulldog Stadium renovation project took a big step forward on Saturday when it was officially announced that the global engineering firm AECOM was selected as the architect. Fresno State Athletic Director Jim Bartko laid out his vision for the ...

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The poetic postseason possibilities of America’s favorite pastime

The 2016 Major League Baseball postseason is arguably the most poetic that this or any generation has seen since 1903 when the first World Series was played. With the San Francisco Giants having been eliminated by the Chicago Cubs last ...

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Bulldogs speared by Aztecs

Fresno State lost again Friday, this time to the San Diego State Aztecs on Homecoming, 17-3. The loss drops the Bulldogs to 1-6 overall and 0-3 in conference play. Head coach Tim DeRuyter was left looking for answers following another ...

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Bigger and better: Athletic funding part II

DG: Where is Fresno State headed in regards to conference membership? JB: I’ve talked with the president from the time I got hired until most recently. Our goal is to win our conference championship and get our facilities where they ...

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Meet the Coach: Anthony Randall, Swimming & Diving

Anthony Randall is the new assistant swimming coach of the Fresno State women’s swimming and diving team. Before, he was the associate head swimming coach at the University of Rhode Island. BR: What’s your favorite thing about swimming and coaching? ...

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From Fresno to Indiana; Paul George on pace for an MVP season

Paul George played basketball for Fresno State from 2008-10. Per game George averaged 15.5 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists, two steals and nearly one block. He finished his time at Fresno State ranked No. 5 on the all-time Fresno State ...

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