Found February 24, 2012 on Fresno State Athletics:
The Fresno State softball team dropped a pair of games Friday to Ohio State and Iowa in its second day at the Cathedral City Classic.
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FRESNO, CA -- Kevin Olekaibe scored a career-high 43 points as Fresno State defeated Seattle 78-72 on Thursday night at the Save Mart Center. Olekaibe was just two points short of a school record and is the first player since Courtney Alexander in 2000 to notch 40 points in a game…
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