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From the Valley to South Beach: Tyler Johnson strikes fire with Miami Heat

Tyler Johnson played for Fresno State from 2010-14. He started 87 of 127 games. Johnson per game averaged 10.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists, and 1.1 steals. He finished his time at Fresno State ranked No. 16 on the all-time ...

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Men’s Basketball: Quick exit – ‘Dogs fall flat in first game of MW tourney

LAS VEGAS – Labeled as a “dark horse,” the Fresno State men’s basketball team looked to live up to the moniker by making some noise in the conference tournament. Instead, it fell victim to third-seeded Colorado State for the third ...

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs drop semifinal match to New Mexico

It was a physical game all the way to the final buzzer. Emotions were high, and the pressure was on. Each team had the same idea in mind: this game could not be lost. But, as is the case in ...

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs control Cowgirls, will face Lobos next

LAS VEGAS — The Fresno State women’s basketball team survived its first test: a gritty, back-and-forth battle against the Wyoming Cowgirls to reach the Mountain West semifinals.

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Spring football: 2015 features 3-way QB battle

The Fresno State football team is heading in to the 2015 season with no guarantees at the starting quarterback position. The Bulldogs, who opened spring ball last week by participating in four of the 15 practice sessions that are set ...

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Q&A: Fresno State AD discusses goals, ideas over five-year span

Three months into his tenure, Fresno State’s new athletic director Jim Bartko has unveiled a five-point plan including the reinstatement of wrestling and addition of women’s water polo. He sat down with The Collegian sports editor Christopher Livingston for a ...

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs survive scare in home finale

March Madness has officially begun for head coach Rodney Terry and the Fresno State men’s basketball team, and Wednesday proved that.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs take down reigning MW champs

The New Mexico men’s basketball team had one final opportunity, down by three, with 28 seconds left.

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Men’s Basketball: Colorado State handles ‘Dogs in midweek conference showdown

The Fresno State men’s basketball team was down from the beginning, giving up shot after shot and was not able to keep up with the Rams. It came within reach at times but the Rams kept delivering blow after blow ...

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Baseball: ‘Dogs snap streak, fall to Mustangs

The Fresno State baseball team’s three-game winning streak ended Tuesday night with a 7-6 loss to the Cal Poly Mustangs at Beiden Field.

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Hall of Fame coach Jerry Tarkanian dies at age 84

Former Fresno State head men’s basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian, who played for the ‘Dogs from 1954-55, died Wednesday at age 84. In seven seasons as Fresno State coach, from 1995-2002, Tarkanian tallied a 104-79 record and led the ‘Dogs to ...

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Women’s Basketball: Time to rebound for Fresno State

Throughout the season, the Fresno State women’s basketball team has been able to avoid repeating history.

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Tennis: ‘Dogs off to quick start with home wins

The Fresno State women’s tennis team finished strong for a definitive 7-0 victory against University of San Francisco on Sunday despite windy conditions and an ever-shifting schedule.

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Football: DeRuyter, ‘Dogs ink 17 to 2015 Class

The Fresno State football program boosted its roster on Wednesday’s National Signing Day event as it inked 14 players to National Letters of Intent to a 2015 class that consists of 17 members.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs snap losing skid with win over Spartans

For the first time this season, five Bulldogs scored in double figures, as the men’s basketball team topped the San Jose State Spartans 81-63 Wednesday night at the Save Mart Center.

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Softball: Confident ‘Dogs begin season on the road

Last season, the Fresno State softball team finished second in the Mountain West, a couple of losses late in the season giving rival San Diego State the crown.

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Women’s Basketball: Fresno State seeks first Mountain West home win against Colorado State

Wednesday was another day in the office for the Fresno State women’s basketball team.

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Women’s Basketball: Five ‘Dogs in double-digits as Fresno State beats SDSU

The Fresno State women’s basketball team has done a few firsts this year, and Wednesday night it added another to the inventory.

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