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Runners aim for faster pace

Fresno State’s cross-country team fell short Saturday at the Fresno Cross Country Invitational at Woodward Park. The Bulldogs co-hosted the event with Fresno Pacific University. The Fresno State men finished fourth behind Cal Poly, San Jose State and crosstown rival ...

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Top dog: Across the pond to the pound with Annemarie Schwanz

Name: Annemarie Schwanz Sport: Cross Country Year & Major: Graduate Level, Civil Engineering Hometown: Neuruppin, Germany   JW: Why running? AS: Well, I mean, I’ve been active my entire life. My family is very active. We’ve done any sport, really. ...

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Fall Sports Preview Part II

Cross Country 2016 Head Coach: Christine Engel Returners: 23 Predicted Finish: 8th in Mountain West Players to Watch: Matt Kwiatkowski, Efren Reyes, Brittany Laygo, Annelis Walker   Previous Meet: Men’s 5K at Nevada Twilight 2nd Kwiatkowski 15:56 Women’s 4K at ...

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Good turnout at ‘Meet the Team’ event, Virgil named starting QB

Fans of Bulldog sports arrived in waves to show their support at a Meet the Team event on Thursday, Aug. 25, at Campus Pointe, hosted by Fresno State Athletics and 940 ESPN Radio. The Red Wave was greeted by coaches, ...

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Cross-Country: Running a lifetime passion, lifestyle for Bulldog athletes

Fresno State cross-country coach Sean McManus said running always came easy for him. He ran in “turkey trots” as a kid, fluidly with little effort.

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Cross Country starts its season with high hopes

The journey for repeat appearances in the NCAA West Regional began at the beginning of September for the Fresno State cross country team.

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All-Decade team voting open

Bulldog fans have the chance to vote for their favorite student-athletes of Fresno State from the last decade. Voting currently involves fall sports from 2000-2009: football, soccer and volleyball.

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Student-athletes receive All-WAC honors

The term student-athlete is frequently overlooked and misunderstood in collegiate athletics. Student-athletes are merely just athletes in the public rather than scholarly students.

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Garcia finishes second at WAC Championships

Fresno State’s Erick Garcia finished second at the cross country Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Championships on Saturday in Reno, Nev.

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WAC championships

The Fresno State men’s and women’s cross country teams will be spending Halloween in Reno, Nev.

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Dog Bytes: Erick Garcia

[flv:/video/DogByte_EricGarcia.flv http://collegian.csufresno.edu/a/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/erick_320.png 320 240] Online Sports Editor Jimmy Graben asks cross-country runner Erick Garcia about his role on the team.

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Rain or shine

The Fresno State cross country team practices in the early dawn to avoid the heat from the blistering afternoon sun.

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Bulldog track athletes reach Top 20

Three track and field athletes wanted to go against the best the nation had to offer, now the result is a national ranking for each of them.

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Cross country star Garcia may have met his match

Fresno State’s long distance running star Erick Garcia is preparing for the 2009 track and field season, and this year he has a new running partner, Paul Zwama, who will help him take the team to a new level.

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Soccer splits weekend homestand 1-1

After winning its last two conference road games, the Fresno State volleyball team dropped its conference home opener to San Jose State Saturday night at the Save Mart Center.

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Garcia leads the way

Two men are going the distance in an effort to revitalize the cross country program at Fresno State.

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Sean McManus brings winning resume to Valley

The Fresno State cross country program has added a key component to its staff for the upcoming season.

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‘Dog Bites

Both men’s and women’s cross country teams attended the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Championships in Logan, Utah on Saturday, and will attend regionals on Nov. 10.

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