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Diamond ‘Dogs add firepower with Shults hire

The 2017 Fresno State softball season begins in less than two weeks, and new assistant coach Justin Shults intends to provide an offensive punch, due to a strong background in the sport. Shults explained that a strong relationship with his ...

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Top Dog of the week…with Jahmel Taylor

Name: Jahmel Taylor #5 Sport & Position: Basketball, Guard Year & Major: Junior, Economics Hometown: Los Angeles, California Ranking on top of the leaderboards in the Mountain West Conference in 3-point shooting, Jahmel Taylor has been one of the most ...

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‘Dogs run without Russo

The Fresno State men’s basketball team will take on Air Force Wednesday night at the Save Mart Center without senior Cullen Russo. Russo has been suspended indefinitely for an undisclosed violation of team rules. The forward also missed an exhibition ...

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Champion Diamond ‘Dogs open season ranked No. 24 in nation

It’s been seven years since the Fresno State softball team last appeared in the preseason Top 25 of the USA Today/NFCA Division I Preseason Coaches’ Poll. That changed on Tuesday morning for the Bulldogs — they open the 2017 season ...

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Bloody noses and a band of brothers

Fast, skilled and team-oriented is how Armando Arevalo describes the game of rugby. “The best part is definitely the culture of the sport itself,” Arevalo said. “You play 80 hard minutes of tackling each other and getting bloody noses, but ...

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Batesole and Bulldogs gear up for new season

Fresno State head baseball coach Mike Batesole said his father’s love of baseball, along with his advice, shaped him to be the two-time Collegiate Baseball National Coach of the Year.   “My dad gave me some great advice. I wasn’t ...

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Letter to Jim Bartko

It would be hard to disagree that this is not an exciting time in Fresno State athletics, specifically for Bulldog Football. New coaches. New players. Plans for a newly improved stadium underway with a potential new name. We are on ...

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Former Bulldog coaches find new homes

Tim DeRuyter was named defensive coordinator at UC Berkeley, three months after he was fired as Fresno State head football coach. DeRuyter will now take the helm on the defensive side under new head coach for the Cal Bears, Justin Wilcox. ...

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Fresno State Bulldoggers remain strong 68 years later

Slip on your boots and tighten your belts ‘cause the Rodeo Club is still around. The Fresno State Bulldoggers Rodeo Club is the oldest club sport on campus. It has been around since 1949 and plans to continue with its ...

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Fresno State intramurals back in season

Fresno State kicked off the spring semester with leagues for male and female students. The intramural program offer a host of activities aimed at promoting exercise and social interaction. “Our goal is to provide students with the opportunity to continue ...

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Weekend of wins

Women’s Basketball  Returning home after a tough loss to Colorado State, the Fresno State women’s basketball team defeated Nevada 68-54 after a slow start on Saturday afternoon to improve to 11-8 overall and  4-4 in conference play. “We had a ...

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Spring Sports Preview Part 1

Women’s Tennis Head Coach: Ryan Stotland 2015-16 Record: 19-9 Returners: 3 Players to Watch: Katerina Stloukalova, Galina Bykova, Emma Wilson First Match: Sun., Jan. 22 @ Sacramento State, noon   Men’s Tennis Head Coach: Luke Shields 2015-16 Record: 10-17 Returners: ...

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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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