Rise and shine: Bulldog hoops midseason recap

Mountain West Conference basketball is underway and the Fresno State men’s and women’s teams have been competing week in and week out. At the midseason point, the climb to the top of the conference has proven challenging. The Fresno State ...

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Watson’s 25 helps lead ’Dogs over Wyoming

Paul Watson scored a season-high 25 points and the Fresno State Bulldogs defeated the Wyoming Cowboys 85-70 on Wednesday evening at the Save Mart Center. The Bulldogs began the game shooting well and sharing the ball. Senior forward Karachi Edo ...

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Career-high 19 points for Jacobs not enough for Fresno State

It was a tough offensive performance for the ’Dogs as they fell on the road to Wyoming 70-48 in a Mountain West conference battle on Wednesday evening. At the half, the Bulldogs trailed 33-17. Seventeen points ties a season-low for ...

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Bulldogs defeat Wolfpack in New Year’s Eve thriller

The Fresno State men’s basketball team sent 2016 off in memorable fashion as they defeated conference foe Nevada 77-76 in front of a lively Save Mart Center crowd on Saturday, Dec. 31. The Bulldogs started the game with tough defense ...

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‘Dogs bounce back in Nevada

The Fresno State women’s basketball team got their first conference win of the season as they edged the Nevada Wolfpack on the road 71-70 on Saturday, Dec. 31. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 10-4 lead early in the first ...

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Mountain West opener sees ‘Dogs lose at home

The Fresno State women’s basketball team was defeated by the New Mexico Lobos 80-54 at the Save Mart Center on Thursday, Dec. 29 in a game that saw the Lobos dominate from tipoff to the final seconds. The Mountain West ...

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Bulldogs fall to Lobos in conference opener

The Fresno State men’s basketball team battled all night but it wasn’t enough as the ’Dogs fell to the New Mexico Lobos 78-73 in their first conference game of the season on Wednesday night inside Wisepies Arena AKA “The Pit.” ...

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Terry extended through 2021

Fresno State and head basketball coach Rodney Terry agreed on a five year contract extension through 2021. “It is an incredible honor to be the head coach here at Fresno State and I’m very excited about what we have built,” ...

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Bulldogs ready to begin quest for Mountain West

Bulldogs hoops is set to return to the Save Mart Center with the women’s team (7-4) set to face off New Mexico Thursday, Dec. 29 and the men (8-4) taking on Nevada on New Year’s eve. The women will be ...

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In case you missed it…From the Valley to South Beach: Tyler Johnson strikes fire with Miami Heat (Featuring audio story)

Making the jump from collegiate sports to professional sports is a dream for thousands of athletes, but as many come to find out, it is not so easy to do. According to the NCAA website, in 2015 there were 18,697 ...

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In case you missed it…From Fresno to Indiana: Paul George on pace for an MVP season (Featuring audio story)

Former Fresno State basketball star Paul George has faced many obstacles in his young career but none as scary as breaking his leg in a Team USA exhibition in 2014. “It was a hard time going through it and just ...

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Winning ways continue for ‘Dogs

The Holy Names University Hawks proved no match for Fresno State as the Bulldogs defeated the team 88-54 from Oakland handily at home on Wednesday night. The Hawks scored the first two points in the game and that would be ...

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’Dogs too much to handle for Cal Poly

Fresno State picked up its 3rd home win of the season as they defeated the Cal Poly Mustangs 73-59 on Saturday at the Save Mart Center. At the start of the game, it was a back-and-forth affair for both teams ...

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‘Dogs dominate Toros

The Fresno State women’s basketball team put on a dominant performance on Wednesday night as they defeated Cal State Dominguez Hills 73-63 at the Save Mart Center. The Bulldogs captured the victory by owning the paint and getting contributions from ...

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Imamura legacy lives on in the Fresno State Judo Club

Miranda Imamura’s grandfather, Haruo Imamura, started the Fresno State Judo Club in 1985 along with the Fresno Judo Club. Nearly 30 years later, junior pre-nursing major Miranda revived the campus judo club as its lone competitor and will be representing ...

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Bulldog born, Bulldog bred: From ‘Dogs to the pros

Season Stats   Derek Carr (Quarterback, Oakland Raiders) (Fresno State 2009-2013) 3,375 yards 24 touchdowns 100.3 QB rating   The Oakland Raiders are 10-2 and one of the top teams in the NFL. They are currently in first place in ...

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Tedford brings in first wave of assistants

Fresno State football head coach Jeff Tedford announced the signing of four assistant coaches to his staff. This is Tedford’s first group of hires, coming soon after he let go of the entire coaching staff at the end of November. ...

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Fresno State men’s basketball stays hot

The Fresno State men’s basketball team is on a three-game winning streak after defeating Drake University 78-76 on Saturday and Menlo College 80-67 on Wednesday, Nov. 30. After a close first half, the men’s basketball team pulled away against the ...

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