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Five Years Later: Fresno State baseball’s historic championship run

Five years ago on this day, the Fresno State Bulldogs entrenched themselves within the timelessness of history.

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Bulldogs clinch Mountain West crown in regular season finale

When all was said and done, first-year coach Tim DeRuyter made well on that promise he made in his debut press conference in December when he declared his plan to “build a championship football team.”

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’Dogs shine in exhibition, stomp FPU 102-57

It wasn’t last year’s massive thrashing of 122-49, but the Fresno State women’s basketball team started this year’s season in the same routine and seemingly sound fashion that they have been used to debuting under.

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Fresno State baseball wins WAC Tournament

A year removed from a disappointing elimination from the 2010 Western Athletic Conference Tournament, the revamped Bulldogs made an emphatic statement in this year’s championship game, routing top-seeded Hawaii to take home the crown. The 15-4 win gave head coach ...

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Diamond ‘Dogs clean house at WAC postseason banquet

Fresno State baseball’s sixth consecutive Western Athletic Conference regular-season championship was capped off by a trio of top honors on Tuesday night. Junior slugger Dusty Robinson was named WAC Player of the Year, while his teammates Greg Gonzalez grabbed Pitcher ...

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Softball to square off with Nebraska at NCAA Regional

Despite being eliminated from the Western Athletic Conference Tournament on Saturday afternoon, the Fresno State softball squad will head to its 30th NCAA Tournament. Fresno State is the country’s only program to appear in every NCAA Tournament and will head ...

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Welty sounds off on BCS

In the wake of the Department of Justice questioning college football’s lack of a postseason playoff, Fresno State President John Welty issued a statement Thursday evening backing the proposed notion that the current Bowl Championship Series system must go.

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Pittsburgh drafts Chris Carter in fifth round, Atlanta takes Jackson

Former Fresno State defensive end and reigning Western Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year Chris Carter had to wait nearly five full rounds to see his name announced in the 2011 NFL Draft, but he was selected by the ...

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Fresno State-Boise State pre-game tidbits

Chat with the Co-Sports Editors live! Click here A smattering of Boise State players entered Bronco Stadium wearing nothing but orange game pants an hour prior to kickoff for pre-game stretching. Then, whispers about a possible new uniform circulated among ...

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Goessling wins WAC honors

Kicker Kevin Goessling was named Special Teams Player of the Week for Oct. 25, 2010.

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Fresno State vs. New Mexico State pre-game tidbits

Freshman free safety Derron Smith will be making his first start as a Bulldog in replace of Phillip Thomas who is not expected to play against New Mexico State. Starting cornerback, L.J. Jones is also sitting out the homecoming contest with Isaiah Green filling in.

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Bulldog Game Day

Coming off an embarrassing defeat to Hawaii, the Fresno State Bulldogs look to rebound this week as they face another Western Athletic Conference rival in New Mexico State.

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WAC title not out of reach

If recent history repeats itself, Fresno State football may be in trouble. Clinging to preseason hopes of bringing home Fresno State’s first outright Western Athletic Conference title and shelving a decade of dominance by rival Boise State, the ‘Dogs took a big step back Saturday night.

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Saturday air show

When Bryant Moniz made his first career start against Fresno State last season, he threw two interceptions and completed only 46 percent of his passes for 283 yards in a losing effort to the Bulldogs.

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Painting the picture

Phong Ly / The Collegian When thousands of Fresno State faithful cram into Bulldog Stadium for a football game that will last a little over three hours, few realize the hours it takes for the game to even be possible. ...

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Move comes with harsh reality

Moving from the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) to the Mountain West Conference (MWC) was a step in the right direction, but don’t expect Fresno State athletics to make a splash in conference play once it arrives as an official member ...

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‘Dogs shine in Red/White scrimmage

With the 2010 season opener just a week away, the Fresno State women’s soccer team is in full force as they prepare to hit the road for their first game against Pepperdine on Aug. 20.

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Track heads to WAC Tourney

With the first day of the Western Athletic Conference Track & Field Championships taking place today in Ruston, La., the ‘Dogs have one last shot to post qualifying times and marks for the NCAA West Regional later this month.

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