Fresno State coach Rodney Terry has led the Bulldogs to three 20-win seasons in the past four years, raising the profile of the program. In 2010-’11, the last season under Steve Cleveland, the Bulldogs were a seventh place team in the Western Athletic Conference. They have advanced to the NIT or the NCAA Tournament the past two seasons, winning 20 and 25 games.
Fresno State coach Rodney Terry has led the Bulldogs to three 20-win seasons in the past four years, raising the profile of the program. In 2010-’11, the last season under Steve Cleveland, the Bulldogs were a seventh place team in the Western Athletic Conference. They have advanced to the NIT or the NCAA Tournament the past two seasons, winning 20 and 25 games. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Fresno State coach Rodney Terry has led the Bulldogs to three 20-win seasons in the past four years, raising the profile of the program. In 2010-’11, the last season under Steve Cleveland, the Bulldogs were a seventh place team in the Western Athletic Conference. They have advanced to the NIT or the NCAA Tournament the past two seasons, winning 20 and 25 games. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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