Hutson returns to the Valley to lead Bulldogs basketball

Hutson returns to the Valley to lead Bulldogs basketball

New Fresno State coach says it’s his dream job

by Eddie Hughes and Stephen Trembley

Justin Hutson arrived at Fresno Yosemite International airport aboard “Bulldog One,” a private plane owned by one of Fresno State’s biggest supporters. The moment he stepped off the plane, he began fielding congratulatory phone Read "Hutson returns to the Valley to lead Bulldogs basketball" […]

Hutson returns to the Valley to lead Bulldogs basketball 2018-05-14T19:34:50+00:00

Forever National Champions

Forever National Champions

2018 marks milestone anniversaries for both the softball and baseball programs

Those Fresno State bat-and-ball sports sure must like years that end in the number 8 — because they’ve made a habit out of finishing No. 1.

This year marks the 10th anniversary since Fresno State baseball won the 2008 College World Series, becoming the lowest Read "Forever National Champions" […]

Forever National Champions 2018-06-29T20:51:59+00:00

Pros

Pros

In Something Other Than Sports

There are more than 480,000 NCAA student-athletes — and less than 1 percent go on to play professional sports. Many more move on to successful professional careers in other industries such as government, health care, education and public safety. In the NCAA, 86 percent of Division I student-athletes earn a degree. While Read "Pros" […]

Pros 2017-11-10T10:34:53+00:00

How the Red Wave was Born

How the Red Wave was Born

You may know the Fresno State fan base is nicknamed the Red Wave, but do you know the name’s origin?

Ron OrozcoFresno State supporters have fondly been known as the Red Wave for 35 years now. It’s an identity for the University’s fan base Read "How the Red Wave was Born" […]

How the Red Wave was Born 2018-05-01T00:00:28+00:00

Diamond Diplomacy

Diamond Diplomacy

From internment camp to the record books, Fibber Hirayama etches his name in Japanese-American baseball lore

by Paul Loeffler

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The man labeled by many as the greatest athlete, pound for pound, in Fresno State history could amble through a sold-out Bulldog Stadium these days without turning a single head. Follow him on his annual trek Read "Diamond Diplomacy" […]

Diamond Diplomacy 2017-06-20T19:47:46+00:00

Rally the Valley

Rally the Valley

Q&A with new Fresno State football coach Jeff Tedford

by Eddie Hughes

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Just four years removed from rising as high as No. 13 in the national rankings, the Fresno State football program is rebounding from an unheard of 1-11 season. New head coach Jeff Tedford — who played quarterback for the Bulldogs Read "Rally the Valley" […]

Rally the Valley 2017-06-20T19:48:53+00:00

Good as Gold

Good as Gold

Paul George becomes the 20th Olympic medalist from Fresno State

by Eddie Hughes

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While helping the USA team win all eight of its games over two weeks against the best basketball-playing countries in the world, Paul George closed the book on his recovery from a gruesome broken leg suffered while playing with Read "Good as Gold" […]

Good as Gold 2016-12-05T21:54:40+00:00

’Dog Bytes

’Dog Bytes

Sports Briefs

by Eddie Hughes

Bulldogs Set Records for Academic All Stars

A record 155 Fresno State student-athletes were named to the 2015-16 Academic All-Mountain West team — the highest number since the Bulldogs joined the Mountain West in 2012-13.

Eligible selections must have completed at least one academic term at the member institution and maintain a cumulative Read "’Dog Bytes" […]

’Dog Bytes 2016-11-21T23:42:33+00:00

’Dog Bytes

Fresno State freshman swimmer Ugne Mazutaityte won the Mountain West Conference championship in the 200-yard backstoke on Feb. 20 in College Station, Texas, setting a new school record time of 1:54.47.

’Dog Bytes 2016-11-12T07:37:10+00:00