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Top Dog of the Week…with Trevor Clayton

Name & Sport: Trevor Clayton, Men’s Golf Year & Major: Senior, Economics Hometown: Fresno, California Trevor Clayton was chosen as our Top Dog after tying for ninth place at the St. Mary’s Invitational where he shot 5-over-par throughout the course ...

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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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Fresno State takes home third at WAC

Senior Bryan Hogan concludes Bulldog career in style The men’s golf team wrapped up the Western Athletic Conference Championship with a third place finish, scoring 25-over par as a team in an up-and-down three-round Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. New Mexico ...

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‘Dogs blown away

Battling through unfavorable weather conditions and intense competition, the Fresno State men’s golf team struggled in the Fresno Lexus Classic at San Joaquin Country Club Monday and Tuesday.

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Patel makes run at U.S. Amateur

Fresno State men’s golfer Bhavik Patel advanced to the Final Four of the U.S Amateur Championship in Tulsa, Okla. before being out-dueled by Korean Byeong-Hun An. Patel was locked in a battle with An before winning holes 11 and 12 en route to one-hole lead with six holes to play. Unfortunately Patel couldn’t hold the lead as An went on to win holes 13 through 16, all in a row, to end Patels magical run three holes up and only two holes left to play.

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Taking nothing for Grant-ed

Sophomore golfer Grant Doverspike has found his place on the men's golf team and has plans for the 2008 season.  In 2007, he had the lowest average on the team of 71.4 strokes per round, which he brought down from 72.80.
Grant Doverspike used to hear a mantra from his father as a young golfer in Bakersfield. “It’s not in the air but the Indian.”

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