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’Dogs run over Rebels

On the night that the Fresno State men’s basketball team celebrated its senior class, the ’Dogs capitalized on a dominant first half 35-24 to beat the visiting UNLV Runnin’ Rebels 72-59. The ’Dogs improved to 11-7 in the Mountain West ...

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Bowling club gives students sense of belonging

A sense of wonder inspired Hailey Ganiron to join the Fresno State Bowling Club. Ganiron, a child development major, was competing in a junior bowling league when she noticed a talented bowler nearby. She learned he was in college. “I ...

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Capturing the perfect shot

Imagine a two-time NFL Pro Bowl starting quarterback calling your name and personally meeting you midfield to give you a fist bump after a game. “That jealousy thing goes on. Everyone’s like, ‘You know Derek Carr?’” said Cary Edmondson, University ...

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Former Bulldogs in the NBA

  Paul George (Small Forward, Indiana Pacers) (Fresno State 2008-2010) 21.7 points per game 3.3 assists per game 6.2 rebounds per game Despite recent trade rumors of George going to the Lakers, the small forward is putting up numbers for ...

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’Dogs return to a new track with new medals

By: Nugesse Ghebrendrias and Jenna Wilson The Team & Track With a slow start to the year and missing several important athletes due to injuries, expectations for the Fresno State track and field team this season are high. The ’Dogs ...

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Riders tested in luck of the draw

The Fresno State equestrian team is gearing up for two more regular-season competitions before it heads to finals and then nationals. There is one home competition, scheduled for March 3 at 10 a.m. against the Georgia Bulldogs. Senior Taylor Brown ...

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Top Dog of the Week…with Kamalani Dung

Name: Kamalani Dung #27 Sport & Position: Softball, Pitcher Year & Major: Sophomore, Business Hometown: Waianae, Hawaii Fresno State sophomore pitcher Kamalani Dung started playing softball when she was about 6 years old in Hawaii. “I started with tee-ball, and ...

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Sports Briefs

Three Bulldogs earn MW honors Three members of the Fresno State swimming and diving team were named to the 2017 Mountain West All-Conference Team. Seniors Esme Gullick and Shelbie Holden and sophomore Ugne Mazutaityte were recognized for their performances during ...

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‘Dogs split opening weekend with Ducks

The Fresno State baseball team split its opening homestand of the 2017 season against Pac-12 opponent Oregon, 2-2. The ’Dogs had slugged their way to consecutive victories to start the series. Junior pitcher Ricky Tyler Thomas continued the ’Dogs’ streak ...

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Fresno State travels to Mexico

The No. 21-ranked Fresno State softball team is ready to take its talents south of the border as it prepares to compete in the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico Feb. 16 to 19. The Bulldogs wrapped ...

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Weighing in on men’s wrestling program and club

With the Fresno State wrestling recruits pinned for their resurgent program’s season set to begin in late 2017, the fate of the current Fresno State men’s wrestling club could quite possibly be in a chokehold. But new head wrestling coach ...

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African student chooses Fresno State to pursue higher education

A Fresno State student is working to prove where one comes from does not determine where one is going. Tarryn Rennie, a senior from Zimbabwe, Africa, is a swimmer on the Fresno State swim team majoring in media, communication and journalism. Rennie ...

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Students can score big on Student Night at the Save Mart Center

The Fresno State men’s basketball team will be hosting Student Night on Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Save Mart Center as the Bulldogs take on the New Mexico State Lobos. The Bulldogs will wear special all-black uniforms with “Student” on ...

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Bulldogs unable to continue win streak against conference leaders

The Fresno State women’s basketball team hosted Mountain West conference leading Colorado State Saturday afternoon at the Save Mart Center, but were unable to close out the game after the Rams fought back to win it in overtime 66-64. The Bulldogs ...

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Men’s and women’s tennis give Fresno State unique edge

Fresno State athletics have long been the pride of the Central Valley, but that pride mostly concerns football, basketball, baseball and, at the most, softball. Coaches pride themselves on finding talent in the Valley, but in some sports, like tennis, ...

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Focused on finishing

With seven games to go in Mountain West conference play, the Fresno State men’s and women’s basketball teams look to finish the regular season strong going into tournament play. Both teams find themselves in the top five of their respective ...

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Big game features former Bulldogs

Even though Fresno State boasts 13 players on active NFL rosters, no Bulldogs played in the New England Patriots’ 34-28 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday evening at Super Bowl LI. While no one left their Bulldog spirit on ...

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Underdogs embracing versatility on journey to playoffs

The Fresno State women’s lacrosse team has one goal: Playoffs. The lacrosse team began practicing a month in advance of the upcoming season – three hours a day — weekends included. The Bulldogs have 19 returning players, including 14 letterwinners ...

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