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Professional boxer announces scholarship

Former Bulldog Jose Ramirez has established a scholarship that will be awarded an Avenal High School graduate planning to attend Fresno State. “We have reached over $50K in my scholarship foundation,” Ramirez stated via Twitter recently. “Looks like will be ...

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Across the board the U.S. offers more opportunity for swimmers

Several foreign-born Fresno State swimmers are quick to verify a common assumption in their sport – The United States with its superior coaching and facilities offers uncommon opportunities for international competitors. This truism is a lure with the power of ...

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2016 Olympics Celebrates Diversity

Over 200 countries came together these past two weeks in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the 31st Summer Olympic Games. Rio became the spotlight city of the summer by hosting the world famous event in a country filled with history ...

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Bulldog duo eyes 2012 Olympic Games

Fresno State swimmers Dani Yoho and Michelle Dockendorf have each qualified to compete at the Olympic team trials in June and are now training for a chance to represent the United States at the 2012 Olympic Games in London this summer.

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News briefs, 9-30-09

A fourth teenager was charged Monday evening with beating to death 16-year-old Derrion Albert, an "innocent bystander" who walked into the middle of a street fight between two groups of feuding teens last Thursday, according to prosecutors.

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Senior throws herself into record book

From the Mount Sacramento Relays to the Waterdam Track at Fresno State, senior Sharon Ayala has “hammered” her way to a No. 2 ranking in her respective event.

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The sky’s the limit

Chris Berrian isn’t the typical track star.

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Phelps will be back in competition

Phelps, the most-decorated gold medal winner in Olympic swimming history, will swim in the Charlotte UltraSwim on May 14-17 at the Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center.

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To the Great Wall and back

With football season around the corner, the Fresno State Marching Band is preparing for the first home game on September 13 against Wisconsin.

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Olympics tout ‘One Dream’ — but whose dream is it?

I DIDN’T WATCH LIN MIAOKE LIP-SYNCH “Ode to the Motherland.” I didn’t watch Togo win its first Olympic medal, and I didn’t watch Michael Phelps win his eighth.

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Summer in sports

A lot has happened in the world of sports since last spring. Here's what made headlines this summer, in case you missed it.

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Summer ’08 at Fresno State

An interactive gallery recap of Fresno State's action-packed summer.

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