Terrell Carter II, a senior on the Fresno State men's basketball team, does what he always does, greeting fans after a home game. His first "target" is usually Lisa Smittcamp, Fresno County district attorney. Here, she smiles as he rubs his jersey
The Fresno State men's basketball geared up for the Mountain West Tournament. The Bulldogs won the conference tournament last season and believe they can repeat as champs. No. 4 seed Fresno State (19-11) opens against No. 5 New Mexico (17-13) on T
Hunter Hales of Eagle, Idaho, was lifted in the air and behind the glass, where he played the role of hero with the help of his dad at the Boise State-Fresno State men's basketball game Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017.
Indiana Pacers star Paul George reminisces about what could have been had he stuck around at least one more year at his alma mater of Fresno State. George played two seasons with the Bulldogs before he turned pro, selected No. 10 overall by the Pa
Fresno State men's basketball stayed hot at the Save Mart Center and handed Boise State its first loss in Mountain West play. Coach Rodney Terry switched up the starting lineup, which included the benching of Jaron Hopkins and Karachi Edo. And the
Paul Watson scored a career-high 25 points and provided a monstrous dunk as Fresno State defeated Wyoming 85-70 on Wednesday at the Save Mart Center. The Bulldogs (10-5, 2-1), who were coming off of a 77-76 win against Nevada last week, defeated a