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Athletics on right track, but fans must step up

Fresno State athletics is at a turning point. History will praise or curse the current crop of leaders. Even though the football team is 1-2, fans seem happy with new head coach Jeff Tedford and his vision for the program. ...

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Mr. Fix-It has his work cut out for him

Fresno State just experienced its worst football season in program history, ending with a 1-11 record. What in the world happened? How did it get to this? The Bulldogs were not expected to compete for the Mountain West championship this ...

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Football: Adams, former Bulldogs shine in NFL Playoffs

In only two seasons as a wide receiver for the Fresno State Bulldogs, Davante Adams shattered several records.

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Football: Where are they now? A look at last year’s Bulldog seniors in the NFL

Derek Carr, QB, Oakland Raiders (0-7) Stats: 118/195, 1,189 yards, 8 TD Review: Carr earned All-America honors and Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year awards during his junior and senior seasons with the Bulldogs. Selected with the 36th overall ...

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Baseball: ‘Dogs host Roadrunners, seek to improve winning streak

The Fresno State baseball team is looking to continue its winning streak when the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners visit Pete Beiden Field tonight.

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‘Dogs take series from Hornets

On the brink of elimination the Bulldogs show some resilience with a 2-1 series victory over Sacramento State. The series victory moves them one game closer to the Western Athletic Conference Tournament with San Jose State losing three straight last week.

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Going out on top

Fresno State beat Idaho Sunday, 4-2, for its second-consecutive Western Athletic Conference Championship in Las Cruces, N.M. Top-seeded Fresno State also had three Bulldogs named to the All-Tournament team in singles: seniors Remi Boutillier and David Ayoun and sophomore Francis Alcantara. Boutillier and Alcantara were also named to the All-Tournament doubles team.

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Fight for first

Fresno State will kick off a three-game series at No. 14 Hawaii today to determine who will take control of the Western Athletic Conference standings. The Bulldogs (31-17- 11-2 WAC) took over first place last weekend with a three-game sweep over New Mexico State combined with the Rainbow Wahine dropping one game of their three-game series with Nevada.

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Bulldogs set for dogfight in Reno

The Diamond ‘Dogs will look for their second Western Athletic Conference win in a three-game series at Nevada that starts today and ends Sunday. Fresno State (17-20, 1-5 WAC) comes into the series winning two of its previous three games, including one game on the road — a 5-3 win at Hawaii for its only conference victory.

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Fresno State takes third at WAC Championship

The Bulldogs finished in third place out of six teams with a 38-over-par score of 902 at the Western Athletic Conference Championship in Mesa, Ariz. at Longbow Golf Club.

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Bulldogs brace for WAC Championships

The men’s and women’s tennis teams will try to win their final Western Athletic Conference Championship titles Thursday in Las Cruces, N.M. before moving to the Mountain West Conference next season.

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Fresno State faces Hawaii for a first-place battle on the island

When Michelle Moses steps into the pitcher’s circle, she knows she controls the outcome of the game. “I like to be in control of things so I feel like I have more control of what goes on [in the game] on the mound, so I’m pretty confident there,” Moses said.

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‘Dogs sweep Aggies for first in WAC

Michelle Moses and the rest of the Bulldogs turned in a dominating performance against New Mexico State as Fresno State took a three-game sweep over the weekend to take over first-place in the Western Athletic Conference by half a game.

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Going nowhere

For the first time in a decade, San Jose State swept Fresno State in a three-game series. The Bulldogs couldn’t produce a win as they lost their second consecutive Western Athletic Conference series.

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Sports Briefs, 4/13/12

Two home games left for Bulldogs, ‘Dogs return home for Spartans

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Moses pitches Fresno State to a sweep over Utah State

The Fresno State softball team swept Utah State in a three-game series over the weekend. The ‘Dogs outscored the Aggies 17-2 in the three games, improving to 27-15 overall and 7-1 in Western Athletic Conference play.

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Fresno State will play Georgetown in NCAA Tournament

The Fresno State women’s basketball team will play Georgetown in the first round the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs (28-5) are seeded No. 12 in the Des Moines Regional and will play the No. 5 Hoyas (22-8), Sunday at 9:20 a.m. in Chapel Hill, N.C. The game will be broadcast live on ESPN2.

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Uncontested Champions

The Fresno State women’s basketball team accomplished its season-long goal of leaving the Western Athletic Conference as both regular season and tournament champions in its 89-61 victory over rival Louisiana Tech, Saturday.

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