There was only one high point a week ago, when Pat Hill’s Bulldogs embarrassingly lost to Louisiana Tech 41-21: we were headed to New Mexico en route to a dominating victory. Seven days later, New Mexico State took the victory, and most of what was left of Fresno State’s pride. Atop the mounting concerns for … Read more
If only Pat Hill had an ounce of this kind of support: Instead, the flipping of cars is reserved for events like Fresno State’s double digit loss to Louisiana Tech. Since that sad game, Hill’s days aren’t looking so bright now, and might even be numbered. While he took responsibility for that embarrassing loss, Hill’s … Read more
The back story on how Fresno found out that it would play host to the Boston Bruins’ Stanley Cup trophy.
They’re back in it again: The Fresno State Bulldogs have won the Western Athletic Conference Championship in a 15-4 victory over Hawaii.
In an elongated Follow Friday, new Fresno State coach Rodney Terry brings something new to the Athletics Department: social media. Yep, Fresno State hired a new men’s basketball coach. Texas assistant coach Rodney Terry was announced as the new head coach of the Fresno State men’s basketball team Thursday. The announcement comes after there was … Read more
No coach with a fu manchu, no players from Serbia, just good old Americans with national recognition. In 2008, Fresno was exposed to its largest victory in its sports history. Far beyond the Softball championship in 1988, the Wonderdogs led by Coach Mike Baetsole were able to win the College World Series in a stunning victory over Georgia. Three years after their meteoric rise, … Read more
This baseball season, I’ve been in a Home Run-only fantasy league. So I’ve been doing my research, checking my players and their homers and then I got to this page on Wikipedia:
The San Francisco Giants optioned top pitching prospect Madison Bumgarner to he Fresno Grizzlies. Bungarner’s prodigous climb to the Giants clubhouse has finally slowed to an appropriate rate. General Manager Bruce Bochy said that Bumgarner needed to work on controlling the ball, a skill as worthwile as his fastball. More to come.
In the first round of the NCAA Womens Basketball Tournament, Fresno State’s womens basketball team (14th) fell to the Baylor Bears (4th) 69-55. The Lady Dogs failed to make three-pointers, going 10 for 34 overall which was a main attributor to the loss at Berkeley.
It’s a big day for Fresno atheletics, here’s what’s the buzz: FRESNO STATE WOMENS BASKETBALL SCORE A TRIP TO THE NCAA TOURNAMENT: After a two-point loss in the WAC Championship, Fresno State’s womens basketball team (27-5) has a shot at redemption in the NCAA Tournament. Scoring the 13th seed, the Lady ‘dogs are matched up … Read more