Sophomore right-hander Kamalani Dung’s two-hit shutout of Montana kept Fresno State alive at the NCAA Tournament’s Seattle Regional, but the Bulldogs were eliminated with their second loss of the weekend to No. 20 Michigan.
Sophomore right-hander Kamalani Dung’s two-hit shutout of Montana kept Fresno State alive at the NCAA Tournament’s Seattle Regional, but the Bulldogs were eliminated with their second loss of the weekend to No. 20 Michigan. CARY EDMONDSON FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS
Sophomore right-hander Kamalani Dung’s two-hit shutout of Montana kept Fresno State alive at the NCAA Tournament’s Seattle Regional, but the Bulldogs were eliminated with their second loss of the weekend to No. 20 Michigan. CARY EDMONDSON FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS

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