Dogs release softball schedule

Fresno State softball head coach Stacy May-Johnson announced the 2024 schedule on Monday.

The Bulldogs will begin their 52-game schedule with back-to-back home tournaments, for a 12-game homestand opening on Thursday, February 8th, before going on the road to compete in both the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic and the Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton), two of the premiere tournaments in college softball. Fresno State will host their final tournament of the fall March 1-3.

Margie Wright Diamond will see 12 different teams this season with 32 total home contests across 3 tournaments, 6 series and 3 midweek games.

Mountain West play opens on the road against Nevada on Friday, March 15, before hosting San Diego State on Friday, March 22. Fresno State will also host Utah State (April 6-7), UNLV (April 26-28) and Colorado State (April 26-28) during conference play. While going on the road to face Nevada (March 15-17), San Jose State (April 3), Boise State (April 12-14) and New Mexico (May 2-4).

Fresno State will host a non-conference series against LMU March 29-30. The ‘Dogs will host midweek matchups against Sacramento State (Feb. 21), Pacific (March 20) and Cal (April 17). The schedule also features single games at UCSB (March 27) and Stanford (April 10).

2024 season tickets are on sale now at GoBulldogs.com or by calling (559) 278-DOGS.

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FSU downs Boise State; controls own Mountain West destiny

The Fresno State (football) Bulldogs beat Boise State over the weekend and now controls their own destiny on their path to a conference championship. If you missed the game, or don’t have to watch it, here are the highlights of the contest.

FSU maintains their stranglehold on 2nd place in the Mountain West standings and are in the driver’s seat as the season screams to a finish.

Bulldogs tamed by Cowboys

Well, it was fun while it lasted, right!? The Fresno State University football Bulldogs fell to the University of Wyoming Cowboys over the weekend in a much-anticipated Mountain West conference game. As a result, they fell out of the AP Top 25. Below are the highlights of the game in a video clip.

FSU took a #24 AP ranking with them to Wyoming while they faced their toughest test this season. The first half of the game wasn’t pretty, and Wyoming ran roughshod over a defense that looked slow and not able to bring down runners or receivers with any consistency. The offense was inefficient and ineffective in anything they tried to do which stemmed from their inability to run the ball. I was more than worried at halftime for sure.

The second got interesting when the Dogs’ defense came alive early in the 4th quarter and really started stymieing the Cowboys offense. We got within striking distance and had some great opportunities to pull this one out but a late ankle/knee injury to starting QB Mikey Keene sealed the deal for Wyoming. Our backup quarterback wasn’t able to complete the comeback and just like that, the second longest winning streak in the country came to a screeching halt.