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Fresno State Women's Tennis Team Has Unique International Flavor

There is no Division 1 women's sport with more international players than tennis. Seven of Fresno State's eight are from outside the United States. But one of those players is still pretty unique, seeing as she grew up playing in Egypt, a country you might never associate with tennis. More>>

Grizzlies' Gary Brown Upbeat About 2014 Season

Former San Francisco Giants first round pick Gary Brown struggled in Fresno in 2013. While hitting 13 homeruns, the outfielder batted just .231 and was caught stealing 11 times. Expected to be the Giants leadoff man of the future, the now 25-year-old Brown sounded like there might be less weight on his shoulders this season, speaking at Grizzlies media day Sunday. More>>

Raegan Pebley Introduced As TCU Coach

After two seasons at Fresno State that saw a 46-20 record and two Mountain West tournament titles, Raegan Pebley is off to the Big 12. The now former Bulldog women's basketball coach was introduced as the new TCU women's coach Tuesday in Fort Worth, Texas. More>>

Fresno State Women's Basketball Coach Leaving

Fresno State women's head basketball coach Raegan Pebley is leaving to take the head coaching job at Texas Christian University. More>>

Bulldogs Give Away 12 Point Lead in CBI Game 1 Loss

In game one of the best of three CBI championship series, Fresno State led visiting Siena by as many as 12 points in the second half, but ultimately lost 61-57. The Bulldogs were doomed by allowing 17 offensive rebounds to the Saints, nine second half turnovers and a handful of missed free throws late. More>>

Fresno State Wrestling: Is It Coming Back?

Fresno State President Joseph Castro is taking a hard look at bringing wrestling back to Fresno State.


Bulldogs Softball Shuts Out Aggies in Conference Home Opener

The Fresno State softball team put up six runs to back a three hit shutout by Jill Compton, topping Utah State 6-0 in their conference home opener. Brenna Moss led the way offensively with three hits for the Bulldogs, now 2-2 in Mountain West play. More>>

Fresno State Advances to CBI Championship

Playing in the semifinals of a postseason tournament for the third time in school history, the Fresno State men held Old Dominion at bay long enough to pick up a 71-64 win at home. Marvelle Harris led in scoring with 20, and the Bulldogs also got 13 from Tyler Johnson, 14 from Cezar Guerrero and 15 from freshman Paul Watson. The 'Dogs will now play Siena in a best of three championship series, beginning Monday, 3/31 at the Save Mart Center. More>>

Tyler Johnson A Model For Growth

As the Fresno State men prepare to host Old Dominion in the CBI semifinals, Rodney Terry talks a lot about the opportunity playing this far into March provides the Bulldogs. It's a young team that's come a long way from the way they played in December, and continues to grow game by game. It's funny then, that the best model for growth on this team is actually a senior, Tyler Johnson. More>>

Diamond 'Dogs Drop Third Straight

The Diamond 'Dogs had a one run lead on 15th ranked UC Santa Barbara in the 9th inning, but ultimately lost their third straight contest, 5-4 in 10 innings. More>>

'Dogs Advance to CBI Semis, Earn At Least One More Home Game

The Fresno State men went on an 11-0 run in the second half to break open a two point game in a CBI quarterfinals matchup at the Save Mart Center. The Bulldogs' 16 point win against Princeton earns them a spot in the semifinals, where they'll host Old Dominion out of Conference USA. The 'Dogs were led by senior Tyler Johnson in Monday night's win, scoring 23 points on 10-17 shooting from the field. More>>

Fresno Dad Pushing Disabled Son in Boston Marathon

On April 21st, the country's eyes will turn to Massachusetts, for the Boston Marathon, one year after the bombing that killed three people and injured more than two hundred. "Boston Strong" is what they'll say - and few race participants will exemplify that better than a pair of Fresnans, Jim and Colby Wagoner. More>>

Hail Cesar! Guerrero Leads 'Dogs Past UTEP

Fresno State advanced in the College Basketball Invitational Wednesday night with a 61-56 opening round win at UTEP.Cesar Guerrero had 19 points, ten rebounds and five assists for the Bulldogs.Fresno State More>>

Luplow Homers, 'Dogs End Skid

The Fresno State baseball team snapped a three game losing streak Tuesday with a 6-0 win over California.Jordan Luplow hit his team-leading fourth homer of the season for the Bulldogs.Kevin Viers had three More>>

Leaving Las Vegas, Bulldogs Bounced

The Fresno State men's basketball team was eliminated from the Mountain West Tournament Thursday night with a 93-77 quarterfinal loss to #20 New Mexico.Allen Huddleston scored 18 points for the Bulldogs, More>>

Senior Moment. Veteran Players Bail Out Bulldogs

Seniors Tyler Johnson and Allen Huddleston helped rally Fresno State to a 61-59 win over Air Force at the Mountain West Tournament in Las Vegas.Fresno State trailed by 15 points with 5:50 to play.Johnson More>>

Hot Start To MWC Tournament For Bulldogs

The reigning champion Fresno State women's basketball team opened the Mountain West Tournament Tuesday with an 80-65 win over UNLV.Bree Farley led five Bulldogs in double figures with 17 points. More>>

It's On! Bulldogs' QB Competition Starts At Spring Practice

Fresno State opened spring football practice Monday. Three players are competing to replace record breaking quarterback Derek Carr. Redshirt freshman Zack Greenlee, sophomore Myles Carr and junior Brian More>>

Roosevelt Loses Football Coach

Roosevelt High School needs a new head football coach. KMPH Fox 26 Sports has confirmed Casey Quinn is leaving to take over as the new head coach at Cesar Chavez High School. Quinn was hired by Roosevelt More>>

Fresno State Adds To Football Staff

Fresno State head football coach Tim DeRuyter has hired Marcus Woodson as an assistant for the secondary. Woodson, who played at Mississippi, spent the last five years as an assistant coach and recruiting More>>

Buchanan Star Pitcher Rehabbing After Car Hit Him

Buchanan left hander Jack Wheeless had a pretty incredible year in 2013 - went 11-1 on the mound for the TRAC champion Bears, and even threw back-to-back no-hitters. He also committed to play Division One ball at Long Beach State, a longtime dream. But there was also a nightmare he lived through, while on a six mile run near his home in Clovis. More>>

Bulldogs' Bats Erupt In Home Opener

The Fresno State baseball team rolled to a 10-1 win over Grand Canyon Tuesday night. It was the home opener for the Bulldogs, who are off to a 3-1 start. Taylor Temple had two hits and drove in three. More>>

FCC Baseball Plays Longest Game in School History

In a rubbermatch game against Sacramento City Saturday at John Euless Ballpark, the Fresno City College Rams played 21 innings, before falling 11-5. The game took six hours, 51 minutes, making it the longest in program history by both innings and time. More>>

Fresno State Men Win Three Straight in MWC

For the first time since joining the Mountain West Conference, the Fresno State men's basketball team is on a three-game conference win streak. Playing at home Saturday against the last place team in the MWC, the Bulldogs got out to a flying start and rolled to an 82-56 win. More>>

FCC Women's Amazing Conference Streak Ends

Entering Saturday night's contest with Merced, the Fresno City College women's basketball team had won 68 consecutive games in Central Valley Conference play. Their coach, Brian Tessler, had actually won 83, when you add the final 15 games he won coaching at Reedley. But this incredible streak finally came to an end, after a 70-65 loss at home to the Blue Devils. More>>

Caruthers Football Player Playing for Team USA Against Canada

About 300 kids nationwide between the age of 14 and 18 have been selected to play for the U-S National Football team in a series of a games against Team Canada. One of those - for the U-17 team - Caruthers offensive lineman Zack Flores More>>

State's Top Mat Team Pins Another Win

The Clovis High School wrestling team, ranked number one in California, beat rival Buchanan Thursday night, 39-14.Heavyweight Nick Nevills, ranked number one in the nation, won his match by pin, as did More>>

Bulldog Women Romp At Home Without Sheedy

After dropping two of their last three, and losing leading scorer Alex Sheedy to a leg injury, the Fresno State women absolutely dropped the hammer on UNLV, winning 70-52 in a game they led by 33 in the second half. The Bulldogs got three three-pointers and 16 points from Bree Farley and four three-pointers to go with 14 points for Robin Draper. The win ended a five game winning streak for the Rebels, and improved the 'Dogs to 6-2 in MWC play. More>>

Bulldogs Open Practice With Motivation

The Fresno State baseball team opened practice Friday, determined to return to postseason play.The Bulldogs had a string of seven straight years of regular season or conference titles snapped last season.Head More>>

Brothers Team Up In NFL Effort

Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr is getting a lot of advice from his older brother as he prepares for the NFL.David Carr is an 11 year NFL veteran and was the first player picked in the 2002 draft.He More>>

Wheelchair Basketball Team Scrimmages With Fresno Fire

The season is underway for a wheelchair basketball team that plays for Children's Hospital Central California's adaptive sports program. More>>

Evolution of Paul George Revealed in Return to Oakland

Paul George is only in his fourth NBA season, but he is making a habit of being the leading scorer for the Indiana Pacers game in and game out. That was the case Monday night, when he had 23 points in a win at Golden State, a place that holds some significance for George. He's come a long way since his last game there more than a year ago.

1-on-1 With Former 'Dog and NBA Superstar Paul George

Indiana Pacers small forward Paul George played in his native California Monday night, and found some redemption against the Warriors. Before the game, KMPH FOX 26 Sports Reporter Nick King talked to the former Fresno State Bulldog about a variety of topics.


Fresno State's DeRuyter Set For Big Contract

Tim DeRuyter has an agreement on a new contract with Fresno State that will make him the highest paid head football coach in the Mountain West Conference.With incentives, the five year deal could be worth More>>

Bulldog Women's Best Years Marked by Australian Accent

The Fresno State women's basketball team has enjoyed a dominant decade, and they've done it with 10 Australians on the roster. Of the six that have come and gone, three are all over the program record books, including all sitting in the top 11 in career points scored. Now there's four on the roster - one in each class - the most from Australia on any Division 1 roster this season. More>>

Thompson Hits 1,000 Point Mark, Bulldog Women Get Big Win

The Fresno State women improved to 4-0 in MWC play, edging a Colorado State team that came in 3-0 in conference, and winners of seven straight. The Bulldogs got down seven early, but closed the first half on a 33-13 run, and the Rams didn't get within six in the second stanza. In the win, senior point guard Taylor Thompson led all scorers with 19, and became the 20th player in program history to hit the 1,000 point plateau. More>>

FCC Men and Women Continue To Roll

The Fresno City College men and women are ranked number one and two in California, respectively. Both Rams teams won convincingly at home against COS Saturday night. More>>

Wiggins Winning Again in the Valley

In 7+ years as the Fresno State women's basketball coach Adrian Wiggins took the program to never-before-seen heights. Then in 2012 he left for the University of Mississippi - where he was dismissed just seven months later. Now in his first full season as the Clovis East boys coach, Wiggins is winning again. More>>

LA Galaxy And San Jose Earthquakes To Play At Chukchansi Park

Soccer fans are about to see some big time action come to Fresno when the LA Galaxy takes on the San Jose Earthquakes at Chukchansi Park February 15th. More>>

Bulldog Earns Mountain West Honor

Fresno State women's basketball star Bree Farley has been named Player of the Week in the Mountain West Conference.The senior forward from Australia averaged 17 1/2 points and 8 1/2 rebounds a game in More>>

Bulldog Women Finish Strong to Move to 2-0 in MWC Play

After Boise State went on a 10-0 run in the second half to take a two point lead on Raegan Pebley's Fresno State team, it was all Bulldogs at the Save Mart Center Saturday. Sparked by seven points off the bench from Alex Furr, the 'Dogs closed out the game 23-12, for a 72-63 win, improving to 2-0 in MWC play. More>>

Vegas Trumps The Bulldogs

The Fresno State men's basketball team opened Mountain West Conference play Wednesday with a 75-62 loss to UNLV. Marvelle Harris led the Bulldogs with 25 points while Cesar Guerrero added 16. More>>

Falcons Fire Pat Hill

Former Fresno State head football coach Pat Hill has been fired by the Atlanta Falcons.Hill spent the last two seasons as an offensive line coach for the NFL team.Before joining Atlanta, Hill had a record More>>

Fresno State Women Lose by 32 Against Top Five Foe Stanford

Coming off the worst loss under Raegan Pebley, things did not get much better for Fresno State in their final non-conference tilt, losing by 32 at home. The silver lining was the Bulldogs looked much better than their last outing, and simply ran into a Stanford team that is extremely talented and ranked 4th in the country. More>>

Fresno State Men Score 104, Win by Record Margin

The Fresno State men had not scored in the triple digits in the brief Rodney Terry era. In fact, they hadn't crossed the century mark since 2003. But they scored 104 at home against UC Merced Saturday, and set a program mark in winning by 61. More>>

Fresno State's Adams Will Leave For NFL

Fresno State receiver Davante Adams is leaving school early to enter the NFL draft.Adams is projected by league analysts to be a third round pick, but he could improve his stock with a strong showing at More>>

McLane Senior QB Moua Takes 'Unique' To New Level

Sometimes, even a word that is powerful by definition doesn't do an individual justice. Like 'unique,' which is supposed to mean one of a kind, unlike anything else. McLane high school's senior quarterback this past football season, Brandon Moua, is unique - but that's far too simple a description. More>>

Fresno State's Record Season Ends in Disappointing Fashion

Fresno State entered the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl feeling confident they could compete with, and beat, PAC-12 power USC. But after they answered a 1st quarter Trojan touchdown with one of their own to make it 7-6, it was all Southern Cal. More>>

'Dogs Ready For Trojans On Saturday

Fresno State held their final practice of the season as they prepare for their last game in Las Vegas on Saturday. More>>

Bulldogs Ready For Las Vegas Bowl Saturday

KMPH Fox 26 Sports Anchor Ralph Wood is in Las Vegas to cover the Las Vegas Bowl Saturday between Fresno State and USC. More>>

More Bulldogs Named To All-America Teams

Three Fresno State football players earned All-America honors Tuesday.Receiver Davante Adams was a second team pick of the Associated Press.Quarterback Derek Carr was named honorable mention All-America More>>

Clovis North Football Coach Resigns

Clovis North High School is searching for a new head football coach.  Cory Hall has resigned to pursue a college coaching job in Southern California.In three seasons as the Broncos' head coach, Hall's More>>

First Time, First Team All-America For Adams

Fresno State receiver Davante Adams has been named First Team All-America by sensational sophomore leads all college football receivers in four categories.Most catches with 122, catches More>>

Harper, Jones Still Questionable for Bowl Game

Fresno State junior wide receiver Josh Harper and senior cornerback LJ Jones are practicing, but still not at 100%. Tim DeRuyter says they're in a holding pattern with those two, and their status for the bowl game against USC is questionable. More>>

Derek Carr Finishes 8th in Heisman Voting

Despite leading the country in most every statistical category, Fresno State senior quarterback Derek Carr finished 8th in the Heisman voting. Carr knew he would not finish in the top six, after not receiving an invite to New York City, but after Saturday's ceremony, the full results showed Baylor QB Bryce Petty also finished ahead of him. The Bulldog MVP received six first place votes. More>>

Fresno State Women Get Three Happy In Win Against Portland

The Fresno State women's basketball team won their third straight game, improving to 6-3 on the season, by making 12-26 three-pointers against Portland. The Bulldogs led much of the game, but saw the Pilots cut the deficit to a single point with just more than two minutes remaining, before Moriah Faulk responded by scoring two of her game-high 27 points. Alex Sheedy drilled a three the very next possession, and it was clear sailing from there for a nine point win. More>>

Bulldogs Will Play USC With a Chip on Their Shoulder

Whether it's Derek Carr not getting an invite to New York City as a Heisman finalist, Davante Adams not getting a nod as a Biletnikoff Award finalist, or head coach and SoCal native Tim DeRuyter not getting recruited by USC out of high school, Fresno State will play the Trojans with a chip on their shoulder. More>>

Vegas Comes To Fresno

Bowl representatives and Las Vegas showgirls spent much of Friday in Fresno.They are trying to drum up excitement and drive up ticket sales for the Las Vegas Bowl between the Bulldogs and USC.Fresno State More>>

Carr Is Bulldogs' MVP

Derek Carr was named the Bulldogs' Most Valuable Player Friday night at the team's awards banquet.The senior quarterback leads the nation in total passing yards, passing yards per game, and touchdown passes.Among More>>

DeRuyter Carries Fallen Marine's Navy Cross

For several weeks now, Fresno State head coach Tim DeRuyter has carried Sgt. Matthew Abbate's Navy Cross with him. The Navy Cross is the second highest honor a marine can receive, and it was awarded posthumously to the former Buchanan high student, who died in Afghanistan in 2010. Abbate's parents asked DeRuyter to carry the Navy Cross because of the way the Bulldogs exemplified trust and love on the field, much like their son. More>>

Carr Wins Again

Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr has been named Offensive Player of the Year in the Mountain West Conference for the second year in a row.He joins Kevin Sweeney as the Bulldogs' only back-to-back Players More>>

Clovis West Football Coach Quits

Michael Parsons has resigned after four seasons as head football coach at Clovis West High School.The Golden Eagles were 12-1 and won the Valley Championship in Parsons' first year, after he left Modesto More>>

Carr Reaches Rare Air

Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr has been named a Capitol One Academic All-American.The latest honor comes a day after he won the Sammy Baugh Award, going each year to the best passer in college football.Carr More>>

'Dogs Get Rare Extra Opportunity To Play at Bulldog Stadium

A couple of weeks ago, before the New Mexico game, we talked to Fresno State players about the possibility of playing their last game in Bulldog Stadium. But in reality, they knew they'd probably be back. More>>

Bulldogs Believe Strongly in "Look Good, Feel Good, Play Good"

When Fresno State takes the field at Bulldog Stadium Saturday night for the Mountain West title game, they'll be in all black for the second time this season. Players say not only do the uniforms look better, especially at night, but they actually do feel better - the black pants have 2% more spandex in them then the red or the white ones do. More>>

Fresno State Ready For Mountain West Championship Game

Clayton Clark visited Fresno State as the Bulldogs prepare for the first ever Mountain West Championship Game and it's happening at Bulldog Stadium. More>>

Championship Week For Fresno State and Utah State

Fresno State will host the first Mountain West Conference Championship football game Saturday night at Bulldog Stadium, taking on Utah State.The Aggies, on a five game winning streak, won the regular season More>>

Bulldogs Win in OT for 2nd Consecutive Day

For the second time in about 18 hours, the Fresno State men's basketball team found themselves in overtime at the Save Mart Center. For the second time in about 18 hours, they also won an overtime game, making the Bulldogs 3-0 in OT already this season. Marvelle Harris led the 'Dogs with 27 points in the 71-67 win. More>>

It's Official: 'Dogs Hosting Inaugural MWC Title Game

Fresno State was no longer battling Northern Illinois and Central Florida for BCS poll position Sunday, but Utah State. By virtue of being ranked well ahead of the Aggies, the Bulldogs locked up hosting rights for Saturday's Mountain West Conference title game. More>>

Fresno State Hoops Survive Collapse in Regulation, Win in OT

In their second game of the Fresno State Classic, Rodney Terry's Bulldogs led Bakersfield by as much as 17 in the second half, and by nine with 28 seconds to play. But Fresno State allowed a Roadrunner tip-in off a missed free throw, received a technical foul for calling a timeout with none remaining, and then surrendered a Bakersfield three-pointer with six seconds to play that tied the game. The 'Dogs did respond by closing overtime on a 15-2 run to win 96-86. More>>

Bulldogs, Spartans Renewing Rivalry In First Meeting As MWC Foes

Fresno State has met no school on the football field more than San Jose State. After a year off in between games, they'll meet again Friday, for the 77th time. The Bulldog lead the series 39-34-3, and have won 16 of the last 18 meetings, despite losing the last one, in 2011. More>>

'Dogs Undefeated Dream Comes to An End in San Jose

Fresno State's attempt to finish a regular season unbeaten and untied for the first time since 1961, as well as go 11-0 for the first time ever, was thwarted by a leaky defense. The Bulldogs lost 62-52 to a San Jose State team playing for bowl eligibility, and allowed 736 yards of offense. More>>

High School Football Scores & Highlights, Semifinals

High school football scores and highlights from around the Valley on Friday, November 29, for the semifinals in Classes I-V, and the championship in Class VI. More>>

Monsters Lose on Teddy Bear Toss Night

The Fresno Monsters entered Wednesday night's game at home leading the WSHL with 33 points and a 16-1-1 record. They lost to the second best team, the Idaho Jr. Steelheads, but saw plenty of stuffed animals donated to Toys for Tots. Fans tossed their stuffed animals on the ice after the Monsters' first goal. More>>

Chappell Channels Costanza, Says He's Learned To "Do the Opposite"

Buchanan high grad and current PGA Tour player Kevin Chappell was in Fresno for the holiday, working on his charity, "Champions for Children's." He also talked about his year on the course in 2013, including playing in the second to last group with Tiger Woods on Sunday at The Barclays. More>>

FCC Soccer Upset, Volleyball Advances

The Fresno City College women's soccer team entered their second round NorCal Regional match as the top seed, having not lost since September 4. But the Rams were shutout for the first time all season, as their season ended at the hands of Foothill College, 1-0. The FCC women's volleyball team won their first round match, beating Butte College 3-1. More>>

Spartans QB Will Test Bulldogs Defense

San Jose State quarterback David Fales is 4th nationally in passing yards and tied for 10th in touchdowns. While he trails Fresno State's Derek Carr in both categories, there aren't too many others who compare statistically, especially in the Mountain West. More>>

Tim DeRuyter, Derek Carr React to Drop in BCS Poll

After dropping behind Northern Illinois in the race to finish as highest ranked in the BCS poll among non-AQ schools, Tim DeRuyter and senior quarterback Derek Carr talked about their reactions. More>>

Fresno State QB-WR Duo Putting Up Ridiculous Numbers

After Saturday's 69-28 win in which Derek Carr threw for 527 yards and 7 touchdowns, and Davante Adams hauled in nine catches for 246 yards and 4 TD's, the duo has further separated themselves from the country's elite. More>>

Northern Illinois Jumps Fresno State in Latest BCS Poll

Fresno State fans have been keeping an eye on their positioning in the BCS poll with relation to Northern Illinois, knowing only one non-AQ school can get an automatic bid. For the first time this season, the Huskies are now ahead of the Bulldogs, jumping from 16 to 14, while the 'Dogs slipped from 15 to 16. More>>

'Dogs 10-0 After Carr Throws for 7 TD's

In a year that's seen a new school or conference record set nearly every week, Derek Carr threw a career-best seven touchdown passes on senior day in a 69-28 win. Carr threw for 527 yards on the day, and became the 18th player in FBS history to pass 10,000 yards passing and 100 touchdowns in a career. The 'Dogs also clinched the Mountain West's "West" division, and will host the conference championship game December 7. More>>

High School Football Scores & Highlights, Quarterfinals

Scores and highlights from around the Valley on Friday, November 22. More>>

Rivalry Match For Volleyball Title

Clovis West beat rival Clovis in four sets Thursday night to claim the Valley Championship in volleyball.It is the third straight CIF Division I Section Title for the Golden Eagles.Clovis West won the More>>

TNS Preview: Central Grizzlies VS Edison Tigers

The Friday Playoff Edition of the Thursday Night Showdown features the Central High Grizzlies and Edison High Tigers at 7pm on KFRE CW 59. More>>

'Dogs Corral Mustangs

The Fresno State men's basketball team improved to 3-1 Wednesday night with a 63-46 win over Cal Poly at the Save Mart Center.Allen Huddleston led five Bulldogs in double figures with 14 points. 

Carr A Finalist For Unitas Award

Senior Derek Carr has been named one of five finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award.That goes each year to the top quarterback in college football.Carr is second in the nation in passing yards More>>

Adams Named Biletnikoff Semifinalist

Davante Adams is one of 10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award, honoring the nation's best receiver. The redshirt sophomore leads the country in three categories - receiving touchdowns (15), receptions per game (10.11), games with 10+ receptions (5). Adams says it's a team award, and "way bigger than me." More>>

Bulldogs Hope to Take Advantage of Earlier Kick Time Saturday

Fresno State will kick off at 1:00 Saturday against New Mexico, their earliest start time of the season. Tim DeRuyter recognizes combined with the game being televised on ESPNews, it's an opportunity to impress voters on the East Coast who may be in bed during most Bulldog games. DeRuyter and Davante Adams also discuss their preferred start times. More>>

Former FCC Ram Will Play Baseball in Japan

After playing winter league ball in Japan, Hanford native Zak Colby will return with a minor league contract. The former FCC Ram and Reedley Tiger was in Fresno this weekend to help out at the Japanese baseball showcase at Chukchansi Park, answering questions about playing in Japan. More>>

Fresno State Men Win Handily in Sold Out Home Opener

In front of an announced crowd of 14,777, the Fresno State men beat Cal State Northridge 80-64 in the home opener. The Bulldogs saw their top six players score in double figures, and utilized a 14-2 run near the end of the first half and a 14-4 run early in the second half to take control. More>>

FCC Owns 2nd Half Against COS To Earn Spot in Nor Cal Championship Game

Fresno City College and College of the Sequoias combined for 90 first half points in their 68th all-time meeting, but FCC scored all 30 in the second half for a 78-42 win. By virtue of several losses elsewhere, the Rams also clinched a Valley Conference Championship as well as a berth in the Nor Cal Championship game. More>>

Fresno Hosts "First of Its Kind" Japanese Baseball Showcase

Saturday marked the beginning of what may be a very fruitful relationship for Fresno with international baseball. Approximately 70 invite-only players participated in a showcase for Japanese baseball teams at Chukchansi Park, and will play in games on Sunday. Five Japanese minor league owners and multiple scouts were in attendance with the intention of signing American talent. More>>

Bulldog Seniors Reflect on Time at Bulldog Stadium

The Fresno State football team has the weekend off, but their next time out, November 23, is senior day. Interestingly, winning that game means the Bulldogs will get one more game at home, as hosts of the Mountain West Conference Championship game. Seniors Derek Carr, Nikko Motta and Marcel Jensen talked about what they want to accomplish in the game against New Mexico, and their favorite memories at Bulldog Stadium. More>>

High School Football Scores & Highlights, Playoffs Week One

High school football scores & highlights from around the Valley in the first week of playoffs, Friday, November 15.


'Dogs Ready for Sold Out Save Mart Center in Home Opener

Coming off a 21 point defeat at Pitt in which they were outrebounded 46-22, Fresno State is back in Fresno for their home opener. For the first time, the Save Mart Center will be sold out, thanks to former Bulldog Paul George buying all the unsold tickets. The 'Dogs recognize Saturday's game is a chance to grab the attention of fans and encourage their return throughout the season. More>>

Playoffs Begin With Clovis West Win

Clovis West kicked off the Valley high school football playoffs Thursday night with a 44-21 win over Stockdale of Bakersfield. More>>

Carr's A Camp Semifinalist

Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr has made the cut for another major honor.  The senior is one of 15 semifinalists for the Walter Camp Award.That goes to the Player of the Year in college football.Carr More>>

Earlier Kickoff For 'Dogs And Lobos

Fresno State's next football game will have an earlier kickoff to accommodate television.The game between the Bulldogs and New Mexico on November 16th will start at 1:00 p.m. and will be televised live More>>

Bulldogs Overcome Slow Start, Coast to Victory in Wyoming

Fresno State came up empty for points in the first quarter against the Wyoming Cowboys, and trailed 10-0. The Bulldogs proceed to score 48 unanwered in quarters 2-4, and Derek Carr continued his air assault. The senior QB threw for 360 yards and four touchdowns before turning the keys over to backup Brian Burrell early in the 4th quarter. More>>

High School Football Scores & Highlights Week 10

High school football scores and highlights from around the Valley on Friday, November 8. More>>

Rivalry Hits The Highway

Mendota and Firebaugh are set to renew their high school football rivalry Friday night. More>>

Carr Closing In On Awards

Fresno State's Derek Carr is one of ten finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award.


Carr Closing In On Awards

Fresno State's Derek Carr is one of ten finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award.

That goes to the top quarterback in the nation each year and was won by his brother, David, in 2001.

Cowboys Won't Roll Over For 'Dogs

The Fresno State football team should expect to face an inspired and motivated bunch of Cowboys Saturday night in Wyoming. More>>

Penguins Iced In Fresno

The Fresno State men's basketball team completed a 2-0 exhibition schedule Monday night with a 91-67 win over the Dominican Penguins at the Save Mart Center.

Allen Huddleston led four Bulldogs in double figures with 21 points. Edo Karachi scored 20, while TYler Johnson had 17 and Marvelle Harris hit for 16.

FCC Gets Back on Track with 44-28 Win at Home

After a five week stretch that saw three losses and a three point squeaker win, Fresno City College could again breathe easily in the 4th quarter of a 16 point win over San Joaquin Delta. More>>

Fresno State Softball Picked 2nd in Mountain West

Coming off a second place finish in the Mountain West under first-year head coach Trisha Ford, the Bulldogs are picked to end up in that position again in year two. Only 2013 champions San Diego State received more votes than the 'Dogs. More>>

Clovis Wrestling Led by "A Chihuahua and A Bear"

The Clovis high school wrestling team is on the verge of something unprecedented in California - a four-peat. They're the top ranked team in the state, the third ranked team in the entire country, and they're led by bookends Nick Nevills and Justin Mejia. More>>

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