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Fresno State Bulldogs
The Fresno State Bulldogs represent California State University, Fresno (commonly referred to as Fresno State) in 19 NCAA Division I sports. The teams are members of the Mountain West Conference. Before that, it had been a member of the Western Athletic Conference since the 1992–93 before leaving for the Mountain West during the 2012–13 season. Fresno State had also been a member of the Big West Conference since the 1969–70 (the conference was known as the Pacific Coast Athletic Association at that time until 1988). Fresno State was also a member of the California Collegiate Athletic Association from its beginning in the 1939–40 season (when Fresno State was in NCAA Division II).
On August 18, 2010, it was announced that Fresno State, alongside fellow WAC member Nevada, would accept an offer to move to the Mountain West Conference. Fresno State and Nevada made the move, effective July 1, 2012.
The university has won two NCAA Division I Championships in both Softball (1998) and Baseball (2008).
Fresno State's football team is currently coached by Tim DeRuyter. During its tenure in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) from 1992 to 2011, it shared three WAC titles; in 1992 and 1993 under Head Coach Jim Sweeney, and in 1999 with the University of Hawaiʻi, the only title for Pat Hill. However, Hill garnered a reputation for being willing to play any top-ranked opponent, anytime, anywhere (usually on the opponent's field). Fresno State (as of December 2005) achieved success with a 10-8 record against BCS teams, the most by any program not in a BCS conference. This has provided the Bulldogs a following among college football fans who admire its willingness to challenge the best teams (and has resulted in the Bulldogs being featured more regularly on college football TV programs than most non-BCS conference teams). However, their success in their non-conference games hasn't translated to championships in conference play. After 1999, the Bulldogs did not win the WAC title before leaving for the MW in 2012. In 2013, the first season after the MW expanded to 12 football members and launched a conference championship game, the Bulldogs claimed the MW title.