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Women’s Golf: Milberger heads young program

The Fresno State women’s golf team – established in 2004 – enters Year 9 under new coach Emily Milberger, the program’s second head coach.

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Football: Deep receiver corps aims for high production

Fresno State enters the 2013 season after finishing eighth in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) in receiving yards and sixth in touchdowns.

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Football: Defense prepares for Cal Poly’s triple option

The opening week of college football, really, was an anomaly. 

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Football: Outlook unclear at underutilized running back position

As fall camp progressed, there was one question that remained to be answered: who would replace Robbie Rouse in the backfield?

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Carr Drives A Comeback: Bulldogs notch win over Rutgers in OT thriller

Quarterback slings it 74 times, Bulldogs persevere through pressure in thrilling season-opening win

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Women’s Soccer: Bulldogs hope for huge crowd in home opener

Fresno State soccer coach Brian Zwaschka has played and coached games before huge crowds. The momentum, the adrenaline and the sheer sight of being a part of those games, he said, are something “you can’t put a price on.”

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Volleyball: Fresno State opens season at home in Bulldog Invitational

Beginning Friday, the Fresno State women’s volleyball team opens the season at home, hosting the Bulldog Invitational. This tournament will run from Friday through Saturday at the Save Mart Center.

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Football: ‘Tough’ Rutgers team kicks off start of promising season

Fresno State’s season opener at Bulldog Stadium on Thursday against Rutgers marks the start of a season that has attracted more attention than the Bulldogs have been used to in recent years.

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Around the Mountain West: A preview of this week’s match ups

After 248 days, college football has returned. With a full load of games this week, the Mountain West Conference (MWC) will see a variety of contests. Some matchups will have rivalries renewed, while others will see first-time showdowns. Here is ...

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Bulldogs drop two in weekend set

The Fresno State women’s soccer team dropped both of its weekend games against the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos and the Cal State Fullerton Titans.

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Volleyball: Veteran team gears up for first home tournament

The Fresno State volleyball team lost one key piece this offseason, but finds comfort in a roster headlined by veterans and established hitters as nears the looming start of the season.

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Offensive line finds winning combo with Fifita at guard

The key, Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter said, was to shuffle the combinations on the offensive line during fall camp practices to find the “best five guys.”

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Bulldogs continue focus on Rutgers

On a college campus, the end of summer means two things: classes and sports.

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Women’s Soccer: ‘Project 9000’ aims for record, outreach

On Aug. 31, the Fresno State women’s soccer team will host Santa Clara in its first home game. There, the Bulldogs look to do something that hasn’t been done in nearly three years: break the national attendance record for a ...

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Fresno State Basketball: Schedules set for men’s, women’s programs

The Fresno State men’s and women’s basketball teams will host several marquee matchups at the Save Mart Center and will face tough challenges on the road this season – a chunk of those games against nonconference opponents.

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Fresno State Notebook: Strong fall camp showings propel Wilson, Mickelsen as frontrunners for inside linebacker spots

Kyrie Wilson and Karl Mickelsen both saw playing time in all of Fresno State’s 13 games during the 2012 season – but had to compete with prominent players in those inside linebacker spots to crack the rotation.

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Fall Camp: Offense prepares for Rutgers

As fall camp winds down, confidence is in the air as the Bulldogs prepare to open the football season against Rutgers on Aug. 29. After winning their first Mountain West Conference championship – and making it to the Hawaii Bowl ...

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Fall Camp: Bulldogs adjust to hot-weather practices

The heat was not winding down as the Bulldogs entered their 20th practice of fall camp in anticipation for Aug. 29’s opening match against Rutgers. Temperatures reached as high as 108 degrees Monday, creating a need for adjustment, Fresno State ...

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