Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs dropped in second round

MORAGA — It wasn’t the way the Fresno State women’s basketball team wanted to end its season.

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Spring Ball: Peck, wideouts look to step up in Josh Harper’s absence

Fresno State’s wideout corps has a huge question mark coming into the season, as the former No. 1 option at the position, Josh Harper, will be entering the NFL Draft next month.

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Lacrosse: ‘Dogs drop fifth straight

The Fresno State women’s lacrosse team fell to the Oregon Ducks Monday 14-7 Monday afternoon at the Soccer and Lacrosse Field.

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Women’s Basketball: Movin’ on to Moraga

As the Fresno State women’s basketball team’s March continues, the ‘Dogs are playing their Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) games with the same fervor as they would in any other tournament game, except for one thing: There is no looking ...

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Baseball: Diamond ‘Dogs sweep Spartans

The Fresno State baseball team swept its conference rival San Jose State in a three-game weekend set at Beiden Field.

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Spring football: Waller, ground game aim to build on strong 2014 performance

Fresno State’s running game enters the 2015 season as arguably the team’s most notable strength.

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Softball: ‘Dogs sweep Rams in conference opener

The Fresno State softball team was on the road for a three-game series against the Colorado State Rams for the first games of Mountain West conference play this season. They came out victorious in all three games, sweeping the Rams ...

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Women’s Basketball: Fresno State moves on with comeback victory

The Fresno State women’s basketball team’s season gets to live another day.

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Tennis: ‘Dogs top Wildcats

Fresno State took down a Pac-12 school for the second day in a row, this time in men’s tennis.

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Baseball: Fresno State takes care of No. 8 USC

Despite substituting pitchers early and often, the Fresno State baseball team took care of business behind its most productive offensive output of the season.

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Men’s Tennis: Doubleheader dominated by ‘Dogs

On a slightly windy but brisk day for tennis, the Bulldogs got back on track in a big way, sweeping their doubleheader on Tuesday in front of the home crowd.

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Lacrosse: ‘Dogs fall victim to Winthrop’s high-powered offense

The Fresno State women’s lacrosse team (2-6) took on the Winthrop Eagles (7-1) at the Fresno State Soccer & Lacrosse field Sunday.

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Tennis: No. 42 Fresno State downs Idaho

The Fresno State women’s tennis team beat the Idaho Vandals 5-2 on Sunday at the Wathen Tennis Center. It is the Bulldogs’ sixth win in a row, matching their season high.

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Softball: Fresno State Classic ends in Bulldogs’ favor

The Fresno State softball team won four out of five games at its hometown Fresno State Classic after a 4-1 win over the Cal Poly Mustangs on Sunday at Margie Wright Diamond.

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Baseball: ‘Dogs conclude weekend with close loss

The UC Davis Aggies took advantage of a fielding error in the top of the ninth inning to score the only run of the game, as they topped Fresno State 1-0 in Sunday’s series finale at Beiden Field.

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Lacrosse: Fresno State loses Bulldog battle at home

The Fresno State lacrosse team lost to the Bryant University Bulldogs 14-9 at the Soccer and Lacrosse Field on Wednesday. Seven minutes into the contest, Fresno State had a 2-1 lead, but it allowed three consecutive goals and gave Bryant ...

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Men’s Basketball: Quick exit – ‘Dogs fall flat in first game of MW tourney

LAS VEGAS – Labeled as a “dark horse,” the Fresno State men’s basketball team looked to live up to the moniker by making some noise in the conference tournament. Instead, it fell victim to third-seeded Colorado State for the third ...

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs drop semifinal match to New Mexico

It was a physical game all the way to the final buzzer. Emotions were high, and the pressure was on. Each team had the same idea in mind: this game could not be lost. But, as is the case in ...

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