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Wiggins prepares ‘Dogs for Aggies

In a duel between arguably the two best women’s basketball teams in the Western Athletic Conference, Fresno State will attempt to snap Utah State’s six-game winning streak Thursday night in Logan, Utah.

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‘Dogs no match for Tar Heels at NCAA Tournament

On Saturday, the Fresno State women’s basketball team had two things on its mind: win its first NCAA Tournament game in school history and continue the legacy of its five seniors.

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Third time’s a charm for ‘Dogs

The Fresno State men’s and women’s basketball teams started the Western Athletic Conference Tournament looking to be crowned champions, but when it was all said and done that was only the case for one of the teams.

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Senior five not ready for it to end

When the senior class for the Fresno State women’s basketball team first stepped on to campus in the fall of 2007, head coach Adrian Wiggins didn’t expect that this team of five would become the winningest class in school history.

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WAC Tournament opens on Wednesday

The Western Athletic Conference regular-season is wrapped up and tournament time is a mere days away for the Fresno State men and women’s basketball teams.

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‘Dogs line up hoops double header

Thursday will mark the sixth time the women’s and men’s basketball teams share the same court this season, with the men hosting Boise State and the women hosting Idaho.

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Men’s and women’s WAC Tournament nearing

One Fresno State basketball team took a step forward in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament seedings — the other took a step back.

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Men, women on different paths

Head women’s basketball coach Adrian Wiggins didn’t see this past weekend’s road contest as a telling point on how this season will ultimately play out. Men’s coach Steve Cleveland thought otherwise.

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Ross vaults into the record books

It took Jaleesa Ross only 15-and-a-half minutes to surpass a 22-year-old number in Fresno State’s women’s basketball history book.

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Ross’ unselfish play leads to win

The senior guard from Pinole, Calif., had an open lane and room to roam after a second-half steal Monday night against Hawaii, but instead of driving the ball to the basket for a contested layup, Ross chose to dish it out to a teammate.

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Women’s basketball V Hawaii

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Women looking for second-half surge

Repeating a 19-game win streak and arguably the most successful season in Fresno State women’s basketball history is no small order.

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Fresno State Vs. UC Riverside

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Bulldog women stay home for the holidays

As students and faculty at Fresno State prepare to head home after finals are over for the holiday break, student athletes, more specifically the women’s basketball team, will remain on campus.

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Three-pointers equal success for ‘Dogs

For the women’s basketball team, three-pointers are vital to the team’s offensive scheme.

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WAC reformats conference tournament

A reformatting of the Western Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament was issued in August at the request of many coaches in the conference in order to preserve their teams’ Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) that gives them a better chance to grab one of the 34 at-large bids for the NCAA Tournament.

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