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Fresno State women’s rugby club ranked No. 1 in the nation

The Fresno State women’s rugby club is ranked No. 1 in the nation for Division 2 collegiate sports, according to a news release from the university. The team is scheduled to compete in the National Competition Friday and Saturday in ...

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What teams look best in the NBA playoffs and who will go number one in the upcoming NFL draft?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and recurring guest William Ramirez talk about the NBA playoffs, which teams have surprised them and which one’s have let them down. They talk about the upcoming NFL draft and the which prospects look best to make ...

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Fresno State now plans roughly $45 million renovation on, around Bulldog Stadium

A once $60 million dollar renovation plan to modernize Fresno State’s Bulldog Stadium has been downgraded. University officials cite a changing financial landscape as the reason for the renovation plans to drop to $45 million with limits to the restorations. ...

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The Collegian Sportscast: Bulldog Baseball, NCAA Pay-for-Play and Boxing.

Host Jorge Rodriguez and guest Will Ramirez, talk about the bulldogs pitcher Edgar Gonzalez and his 17 strikeouts, the new NCAA scandal about paying players to play collegiate sports and former bulldog Jose Ramirez and his upcoming fight, among other ...

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Baseball: The great American game

Why baseball is the greatest game in the world.  I remember it well. Riding in the car, driving the three and a half hours from Fresno to San Francisco with my parents, brother and my best friend. Crossing the Bay ...

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Fresno State intramurals back in season

Fresno State kicked off the spring semester with leagues for male and female students. The intramural program offer a host of activities aimed at promoting exercise and social interaction. “Our goal is to provide students with the opportunity to continue ...

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In praise of The Collegian’s coverage

By Megan Hiett Dear Editor, I appreciate The Collegian’s intentional coverage of sexism and gender bias. I am aware that mainstream media reinforces expectations that we assume are universal expressions of gender and these stereotypes often lead to discrimination. We ...

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Professional kayaker ‘Rafa’ Ortiz brings Niagara Falls to Fresno

Imagine you are standing over the edge and looking down at a drop that is more than 160 feet high. Depending on the time of the day, the mist hasn’t blocked the view of the rocks down below but you ...

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The preeminent penis complex

Athletes, coaches, broadcasters, umpires, referees, general managers: the world of sports has been forever dominated by men and has made little progress in recent years in welcoming women into a world that they so rightly and equitably deserve a place ...

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Sports sexism is real

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Fantasy Football Preview

Jenna’s Fantasy Team @fsjennawilson   QB: Aaron Rodgers (GB) WR: Antonio Brown (PIT) WR: Julio Jones (ATL) RB: Adrian Peterson (MIN) RB: Devonta Freeman (ATL) TE: Greg Olsen (CAR) W/T: A.J. Green-WR (CIN) W/R/T: Jordan Reed-TE (WAS) K: Mason Crosby ...

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Baseball: ‘Dogs get swept in three-game series at New Mexico

The New Mexico Lobos used a five-run sixth inning to push them past the Diamond ‘Dogs for a 7-4 win during Sunday’s series finale at Santa Ana Star Field in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs capture Mountain West crown, NCAA Tournament berth

Senior guard Marvelle Harris and the second-seeded Bulldogs took down No. 1 seed San Diego State 68-63 with the league crown on the line at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas for the team’s first Mountain West Conference ...

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Women’s Basketball: Defense powers ‘Dogs past New Mexico on Valley Pride Day

Thanks to its stout defense, the Fresno State women’s basketball team cruised to a 51-43 victory over New Mexico on Saturday afternoon in which the team sported green jerseys as part of Valley Pride Day at the Save Mart Center.

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Softball: Undefeated ‘Dogs cap weekend tournament with commanding win over Sac State

The nationally-ranked Fresno State softball team pounded Sacramento State 10-2 to advance to 10-0 on the season on Sunday afternoon during the final game of annual Fresno State Kick-Off.

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Baseball: Diamond ‘Dogs open season with three-game sweep of Creighton

Head coach Mike Batesole and the Fresno State baseball team opened the 2016 season with a 3-0 weekend sweep over the Creighton Bluejays of the Big East Conference.

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Caroline Dineen-Carlson: Leading the Attack

In 2015, the Fresno State lacrosse program set a record for most single-season wins, and it enters 2016 with hefty expectations and a team captain to help lead the attack.

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Jill Compton: Striking Mindset

  Senior softball pitcher Jill Compton is one of the most accomplished student-athletes to walk the halls of Fresno State, but it’s not her individual awards that motivate her.

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