Fresno State Men’s Basketball is headed to the postseason for the first time since 2017.
A second-round exit from the Mountain West tournament could spell an end to the Bulldogs’ season amid March Madness.
Orlando Robinson and the Bulldogs played it a little close to the vest in Sin City, with a dramatic finish to close out overtime.
The junior forward was the only Bulldog to be named to one of the three all-conference teams.
Ahead of the conference tournament this week, two Bulldogs were selected as the media’s picks for the All-Mountain West team on Monday.
Fresh off of an Olympic Silver medal in Tokyo, Tulare heavyweight Richard Torrez Jr. wanted to set the tone with his pro boxing debut at home.
One of the most successful players in Fresno State football history has an opportunity this week to make another mark on NFL scouts this week.
The Orlando Robinson-led Bulldogs desperately needed a bounce-back win. They found it in Colorado Springs.
Fresno State dropped their fourth straight game Saturday night, losing to San Diego State 61-44.
Fresno State’s pathways to the Big Dance get slimmer by the game, with the Mountain West Tournament growing with importance to get there.