Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs’ home-win streak snapped in loss to Aztecs

The Fresno State women’s basketball team had overcome deficits to get to where it was prior to Saturday night at home. The Bulldogs had mounted crazy comebacks – they’d made crunch-time shots and fan-resurging 3s to come out on top ...

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Men’s Golf: After 35 years, Watney leaving a legacy

After 35 years at the helm of the Fresno State men’s golf team, Mike Watney will soon be saying goodbye to his alma mater. This semester will be Watney’s last as head coach before his retirement in May.

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Women’s Basketball: ’Dogs face Aztecs with first place at stake

Tbe first time the two teams met, the Fresno State women’s basketball team was in the process of a turnaround. The Aztecs and the Bulldogs met on Jan. 9. Fresno State was concluding a six-game, month-long road stretch in which ...

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Softball: Ford, ’Dogs ready for season Kick-Off

Since being hired as the fourth head softball coach in Fresno State history on June 18, Trisha Ford has been working to get her team ready for the 2013 season.

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Softball: Fresno State Kick-Off scouting report

Here is a look at the five opponents the Fresno State softball team will play in the Fresno State Kick-Off Tournament.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs turn tables, stun UNLV

The scene remained the same Wednesday night at the Save Mart Center – a hotly contested conference game in which a few possessions (that were thrown away) could’ve made all the difference in the outcome.

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National Signing Day: Fresno State signs 24 to class of 2013

The prevalent theme during Wednesday’s press conference in which Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter introduced his 2013 signing class: competition, competition, competition. Entering DeRuyter’s second year at the helm, Fresno State added 28 players in total – with 24 of ...

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Men’s Basketball: Against UNLV, ’Dogs focus on finishing

The losses at home have been narrow for Fresno State. 

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Commentary: Which MWC division has competitive edge?

It’s probably definitely way too early to tell.

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Club Sports: Fresno State hockey faces Nevada on Senior Day

Mornings start early for the Fresno State club hockey team. The team takes to the ice at the Gateway Ice Center at 6 a.m. to begin practice. 

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Equestrian: HewsonBudnik to represent ’Dogs in nat’l competition

On Friday, one of the Fresno State equestrian team’s best riders will be representing the team in Wellington, Fla., at the fourth-annual Collegiate Equitation Challenge. The challenge is part of the Winter Equestrian Festival, an event hosted by the National ...

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National Signing Day: What to expect

Fresno State’s roster for next season seems to take form with National Signing Day rapidly approaching. 

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Notebook: Against Falcons, Olekaibe finds old form

Against Air Force, Kevin Olekaibe of the 2011-12 season reappeared. 

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Bulldogs continue history in Super Bowl

Sports fans everywhere rejoice — Super Bowl week is finally here. Sunday will be an unofficial national holiday for many, as the Baltimore Ravens take on Fresno’s adopted team, the San Francisco 49ers at the Superdome in New Orleans. 

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Women’s Basketball: Bulldogs soar past Air Force

The numbers were exorbitant. Against Air Force Wednesday night at the Save Mart center, Ki-Ki Moore had 19 points, three rebounds, three assists and four steals, and the Bulldogs forced 20 turnovers – in the first half.

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Women’s Basketball: MWC-leading ’Dogs host Falcons

The Matchup: Air Force (2-16, 1-4 MWC) at Fresno State (13-6, 5-1 MWC)

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Men’s Basketball: ’Dogs resume conference play at Air Force

The Matchup: Fresno State (7-12, 1-5 MWC) at Air Force (12-6, 3-2 MWC)

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Men’s Basketball: Foul line a recent bane for Bulldogs

In Fresno State’s most recent Mountain West Conference loss, the Bulldogs shot well at the foul line (17-of-20) against Colorado State.

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