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The Collegian’s trip to the big dance

25 hours in New Mexico. 44 hours total. 1 NCAA tournament appearance for the Fresno State women’s basketball team. Friday 9:38 a.m. Juan and I hop on a flight out of Fresno, headed to Phoenix. On the plane a baby starts crying. It doesn’t stop. I’m wearing a red sweatshirt. Gotta represent, even though I am a reporter. As we get off the plane the woman with the baby silently apologizes to everyone as they walk past her.

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uNCAAptable

By now you know that the Fresno State women’s team lost against Baylor. And you see that the headline’s misspelled. You also probably know that Fresno State wasn’t on television — even though they were supposed to be. In many ...

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And the crowd went wild

The Fresno State softball team lost last night 1-0 to the Huston Cougars, but it wasn’t due to lack of enthusiasm from the fans. With each Fresno State at bat, the crowd rumbled with applause, scattered whistles, and an occasional ...

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Baseball splits doubleheader

After a disappointing season opener Friday night, the Fresno State baseball team was finally able to salvage something and split a doubleheader with the UC-Davis Aggies Saturday.

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Diamond Dogs drop opener

A wet field and cloudy skies weren’t the only thing that dampened the spirit of the Fresno State baseball team Friday night as the UC Davis edged out the Bulldogs by a final score of 4-2.

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Bad photo day for horses

View this blog’s related story. Remember that embarrassing photograph of you in the high school yearbook that made you want to go steal everyone’s book and burn a hole in the space where it was? Well believe it or not ...

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‘Dogs lose 77-72 to Aggies

For the second time this season the Bulldogs lost in a last second effort against an elite Western Athletic Conference (WAC) team, losing 77-72 to the Utah State Aggies. “They were the better team,” coach Steve Cleveland said. “They are ...

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Bulldogs defeat Wolf Pack 81-49

In a battle for the top spot in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), Fresno State won in a convincing fashion against the Nevada Wolf Pack, 81-49 – a game head coach Adrian Wiggins called the team’s most complete game of ...

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Students don’t witness Bulldogs’ last-minute loss

Monday night’s game against Boise State might have been one of the most exciting moments in recent Fresno State men’s basketball history. With just three seconds left in the fourth quarter of play, senior Kevin Bell hit one free throw ...

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‘Dog Bites

The Fresno State women’s basketball team lost 82-62 at Boise State on Monday at the Taco Bell Arena. The loss dropped the ‘Dogs record to 11-9 and 6-1 in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). The loss also snapped their nine ...

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Being part of the “Dream”

Read this blog’s related story. Exuberant faces filled the stands and cheers rang out at the Run for the Dream meet Monday at the Save Mart Center. The chaotic shouts of family and friends erupted as names were announced and ...

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Leaving tennis to the real athletes

Read this blog’s related article. I’m no sports nut, but I would say one of the most challenging sports I’ve attempted is tennis. I played it for a spell a few years back to fulfill my G.E. requirement, and while ...

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Winning streak continues: ‘Dogs 81 – Spartans 63

An off-tempo Fresno State women’s basketball team grabbed their eighth victory in a row at home against San Jose State, 81-63, making them one game away from tying the record for the longest winning streak in school history.

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Lacrosse to go down in flames

The Fresno State Athletic Program has made another questionable decision, but it won’t be settled in a courtroom. In an effort to seek Title IX compliance, the Fresno State Athletic Department started off 2008 by announcing two new women’s sports. ...

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‘Dogs extend streak

The Fresno state women’s basketball team combined for a season-high 15 steals in their win against the physical Hawaii Rainbows. Point guard Amy Kotani did not dictate Hawaii’s offense. The full court press of freshman guard Emma Anderson dictated the ...

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Sports Wrap-Up

Everything about sports. Analysis, personal takes, and more.

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McElwain to stay at Fresno State

Offensive coordinator Jim McElwain announced today that he will remain with Bulldog football through the 2008 season.

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