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First-ever home victory

If you heard a ruckus around the Fresno State Aquatic Center last Friday evening, you can pin it on the Fresno State water polo team. In front of a packed crowd, the Bulldogs’ water polo team dominated Fresno Pacific University ...

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Season opens at Kajikawa Classic

The Fresno State women’s softball team opened its season at the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe, Arizona last weekend. The ‘Dogs came out 3-2 after facing five Power-5 schools. They dropped their first game against No. 3 Oregon, 8-0, last Friday ...

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‘Dogs fall to Cyclones

Fresno State’s wrestling team fell to Iowa State, 26-22 last Friday at Hilton Coliseum. “We fought tough tonight, but we can’t get ourselves into position to give up bonus points with falls and technical falls if we want to win ...

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Bulldogs sweep series with Aztecs

The Fresno State men’s basketball team outscored the San Diego State Aztecs Tuesday night by 11 points in the first half and 12 in the second. The Dogs swept their Mountain West foes 79-61. Guard Jaron Hopkins, forward Nate Grimes ...

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Diamond ‘Dogs are back

You would think after losing half of its starting positional players and its best pitcher from last season, a team would be worried to start the new season. But Fresno State’s softball team remains relaxed. “Nobody is really too amped ...

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‘Dogs honored

On Tuesday, the Fresno County Board of Supervisors declared Feb. 6 as “Fresno State Football Day” and “Coach Jeff Tedford Day.” “This means a lot to me, personally, to come back to Fresno, being my alma mater, having gone to ...

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Fresno State sports announcer donates kidney

Paul Loeffler is known as the voice of Bulldog sports, but most recently has become a voice for giving back to others. He recently donated a kidney to his friend R. Michael Alexander. Loeffler returned home from UC San Francisco ...

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Bulldogs set record in win over Cowboys

  Behind 20 points and 12 rebounds from sophomore Nate Grimes, the Fresno State men’s basketball team set a school record after upending the Wyoming Cowboys 80-62 in a Mountain West Conference matchup in Laramie, Wyoming, on Saturday. The Bulldogs’ ...

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No. 24 Stanford takes down Fresno State

A promising start for Bulldog wrestling ended in a 27-15 loss to Stanford on Saturday at the Save Mart Center. Fresno State led the dual early with two wins in the first three matches. Those wins came from redshirt sophomore ...

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Fresno State crushes Wyoming

The Fresno State women’s basketball team defeated Wyoming at home on Saturday, 60-47. The game was played at a much slower pace than what the Bulldogs normally like, and that kept the scoring down in the first quarter. The Bulldogs ...

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Elite is in his blood

Many great wrestlers have come through Fresno State’s wrestling program. And heavyweight AJ Nevills may be on his way to adding his name to that list of greats. Looking at his lineage, it is no wonder why he chose wrestling. ...

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‘Dogs shutdown Air Force

Fresno State proved to be too much for the Falcons Monday night. Guard Aly Gamez was a major contributor. She had 15 points, five assists and seven steals in the 64-48 home victory over the Falcons. The bulk of those ...

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Size is nothing to this basketball player

Freshman Aly Gamez laughs at the mention of her height. Fresno State’s 5-foot-6 point guard is aware of how much basketball values size. But she is also aware of how much success she has been able to have in spite ...

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Fresno State notched first Big-12 win

Bulldog wrestling split its road trip against Northern Colorado and No. 10 Wyoming this weekend. The Dogs’ picked up their first Big-12 win against Northern Colorado Friday at the Bank of Colorado Arena. Freshman AJ Nevills, redshirt senior Sean Williams, ...

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Carr leads AFC to comeback victory

Carr leads AFC to comeback victory. Former Fresno state quarterback Derek Carr led the 2018 AFC Pro Bowl team to a come-from-behind victory against the NFC team 24-23 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on Sunday.   Down 23-17, and ...

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‘Dogs fall to Utah State’s last-second shot

The Fresno State men’s basketball team had its three-game winning streak snapped at the hands of the Utah State Aggies on Saturday 65-62 at the Save Mart Center. Fresno State’s play in the first half cost the ‘Dogs on the ...

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Williams and Carter II lead ‘Dogs

Sophomore Bryson Williams and senior Terrell Carter II combined for 38 points Tuesday night to lead the Fresno State men’s basketball team to a 69-63 win over the University of Nevada Las Vegas during a Mountain West Conference matchup at ...

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Jonathan Winder named head volleyball coach

Fresno State interim athletic director Steve Robertello announced on Tuesday that four-time All-American Jonathan Winder will be the new head volleyball coach. Winder will be filling the shoes of former Fresno State head coach Lauren Netherby-Sewell. The university previously announced ...

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