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The Collegian’s future is unknown. You can make a difference

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with a time and date of the open Collegian Task Fore meeting. We don’t know what the future holds for The Collegian. We wish we did. At a time when newspapers are faced ...

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Softball split series with Illinois and Cal Poly

The Fresno State softball team hosted two doubleheaders against Illinois and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo on March 16 and 18, respectively. The Bulldogs lost 10-9 and 8-5 to Illinois on Friday and defeated San Luis Obispo 10-2 and 9-5 ...

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Lacrosse team loses at home to Albany

The Fresno State women’s Lacrosse team was coming off of a big win over Delaware State when it faced the University at Albany at home, a match that ended with them losing 12-9. The Saturday loss leaves the Bulldogs record ...

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They kissed a pig and became Fresno State’s newest club – Block and Bridle

After reciting an oath and getting a certificate – and kissing a pig for some – 90 students were officially initiated into Fresno State’s Block and Bridle club last Wednesday. The 90 members, along with nine Fresno State faculty members, ...

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Khristian Olivas turns his plans into realities

The redshirt sophomore is one of the two Bulldog wrestlers representing Fresno State in the NCAA Championships this weekend, and it’s safe to say it was always part of his plan. He has been wrestling since he was in first ...

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Freshman pitcher wants to leave legacy at Fresno State

Southern California left-handed pitcher Danielle East has come a long way from being recruited by top schools to being a staple for the Fresno State softball team’s pitching lineup. As a freshman pitcher for the Bulldogs, East has had impressive ...

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Bulldogs’ star catcher on way to greatness

From T-ball on up, Carter Bins has always played catcher. Now a Bulldog, Bins’ work might pay off in one of college baseball’s most coveted prizes – the Johnny Bench Award. In just his sophomore season as a Bulldog, Bins ...

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Head basketball coach Rodney Terry accepts UTEP job

Fresno State men’s basketball coach Rodney Terry’s time as a Bulldog is over. He has accepted an offer from University of Texas at El Paso’s (UTEP) to become head coach there. The El Paso Times reported last week that Terry ...

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Diamond ‘Dogs take New Mexico series

After conceding the first of a three-game series, the Fresno State Bulldogs baseball team rallied to take Games 2 and 3 versus the New Mexico Lobos over the weekend at Pete Beiden Field in Bob Bennett Stadium. New Mexico took ...

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‘Dogs win four-out-of-five at Fresno State Invitational

The Fresno State softball team won four of five games at the Fresno State Invitational at Margie Wright Diamond this weekend. The ‘Dogs’ only loss came to No. 17 University of California, Berkeley. Cleveland State, UC Santa Barbara and Monmouth ...

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The Collegian Sportscast: Will Rodney Terry return next season as Men’s Basketball head coach?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and guest William Ramirez talk about how both men’s and women’s basketball teams did in the Mountain West Tournament and about Rodney Terry’s future at Fresno State, also about the NFL Combine and the upcoming March Madness.

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Aztecs upend Bulldogs in quarterfinal clash

Although the Fresno State men’s basketball team swept the regular-season series against the San Diego State Aztecs, the postseason was a different story. The Bulldogs fell 64-52 in the quarterfinal round of the 2018 Mountain West Tournament at the Thomas ...

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Rodney Terry may be gone, and I don’t blame him

The Fresno State men’s basketball team lost to San Diego State on Thursday, dashing any hopes it had of a Mountain West Conference championship. Now, it seems the head coach is dashing any hope of sticking around. The El Paso ...

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Video: Police arrest driver who was chased through Fresno State

Several Fresno State students witnessed an unusual sight Wednesday after a police chase made its way to campus. Several students reported seeing the event unfold. On Facebook, students said the incident happened near the Peters Business Building and the Science ...

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Battle for Fresno State’s New Student Union building will soon come to head

With the election for the new University Student Union two weeks away, yes and no campaigns are battling for student support. The “yes” side is especially pressed to win, with it being the second attempt at a new student union. ...

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Why don’t more Fresno State students vote in the student elections?

The time for Fresno State students to cast their ballots for the 2018 Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) elections is rapidly approaching. Voting will take place March 20-22. With 43 candidates to choose from and the New USU referendum also on ...

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Fresno State sacrifices for win

The Diamond ‘Dogs sacrificed a lot for their 3-2 victory over the University of San Francisco on Tuesday. The team’s sacrifices came in the form of bunts and flies. The team’s three runs involved at least one of those actions. ...

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Season ends at Mountain West Tournament

The Fresno State women’s basketball team endured a 32.7 percent shooting effort that sealed its early exit, 71-55, to the lower-ranked Colorado State Rams at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. Junior guard Candice White and freshman Aly ...

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