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Men’s and women’s tennis give Fresno State unique edge

Fresno State athletics have long been the pride of the Central Valley, but that pride mostly concerns football, basketball, baseball and, at the most, softball. Coaches pride themselves on finding talent in the Valley, but in some sports, like tennis, ...

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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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Spring Sports Preview Part 1

Women’s Tennis Head Coach: Ryan Stotland 2015-16 Record: 19-9 Returners: 3 Players to Watch: Katerina Stloukalova, Galina Bykova, Emma Wilson First Match: Sun., Jan. 22 @ Sacramento State, noon   Men’s Tennis Head Coach: Luke Shields 2015-16 Record: 10-17 Returners: ...

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Rise and shine: Bulldog hoops midseason recap

Mountain West Conference basketball is underway and the Fresno State men’s and women’s teams have been competing week in and week out. At the midseason point, the climb to the top of the conference has proven challenging. The Fresno State ...

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Conference showcases women’s empowerment

Emmy Award-winning entertainment and news broadcaster Leeza Gibbons will be the keynote speaker at the 28th annual Central California Women’s Conference.     The event’s theme this year is Ignite Your Body and Mind, and is designed to inspire women ...

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New center will ‘help students find a sense of belonging’

The Women’s Resource Center has transitioned into the Cross Cultural and Gender Center by expanding the services it offers to reach more students. The center is directed by Dr. Francine L. Oputa and run under the Division of Student Affairs ...

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Dogs still undefeated at home with win over USC

The Fresno State Bulldogs defeated the USC Trojans 65-60 in the Save Mart Center on Wednesday night. Taylor Thompson had a team high 20 points while Ki-Ki Moore scored 15 points. The ‘Dogs remain undefeated at home and will take ...

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Gaels run past Bulldogs in senior game, 20-6

Callie Seidman and Kasandra Martinson’s four years on the lacrosse team were met with winless droughts and changing winds — from a new coach to the departures of former teammates. The pair of senior midfielders weathered tumultuous times, but were both honored before Wednesday’s home finale, a 20-6 loss against Mountain Pacific Sports Federation opponent Saint Mary’s College, for their unparalleled commitment to the program.

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Second-half surge leads ‘Dogs past Blue Devils

Fresno State earned its second win in program history after a strong second-half outing, thrashing the Central Connecticut Blue Devils, 18-8,Thursday afternoon.

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Softball season almost in full swing

The fresh cut grass and the smell of pollen in the air could mean one of two things: a trip to the store for new allergy medication or that Bulldog softball is back.

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Fresno State looks to finish WAC play on positive note

Fresno State will be making the trip to the postseason after all this season with its performance on Saturday night against Western Athletic Conference rival San Jose State.

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Home field advantage pays dividends

The Fresno State soccer team is riding an unbeaten streak at Bulldog Stadium as the ‘Dogs enter the home stretch of conference play before hosting the Western Athletic Conference Tournament from Nov. 3 through Nov. 6 at the new soccer and lacrosse stadium next door.

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Women’s full-contact football team prepares for third season in Valley

The Central Valley’s one and only women’s full-contact football team, the War Angels, are preparing for their third season.

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Fresno State has learned to win with defense

In his third season as the head coach of Fresno State’s only soccer program, Brian Zwaschka has matured his team into a regional powerhouse in hopes of becoming a national contender.

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Fresno State has strong showing in season’s first tournament

A new season brings about some high expectations, especially after the season the Fresno State women’s tennis team had last year, winning the Western Athletic Conference Tournament, as well as a perfect 5-0 record in conference competition in the regular season.

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Lindstrom gets national recognition

Sophomore Lauren Lindstrom is one of the Bulldogs’ key defenders on the team, playing a role in UCLA’s narrow first-half lead.

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Women’s Soccer vs. Sac [Photo Gallery]

The Fresno State women’s soccer team played against the Sacramento Hornets on Sept. 4, winning 2-0.

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‘Dogs go 1-2 over weekend, Wild steps up

The Fresno State women’s volleyball team earned its first win on Saturday and finished 1-2 in the Fresno State Classic held at the Save Mart Center this past weekend.

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