Fresno State will play Seattle U at 7 p.m. Thursday night in Key Arena. This will be the first men's basketball broadcast on the Bulldog Sports Network of the 2009-10 season.
Nov. 18, 2009
SEATTLE, Wash. -
With a pair of 65-59 victories under their belt, the Fresno State Bulldogs (2-0) will conclude their inaugural road trip of the season with a visit to a former NBA facility for a non-conference game against Seattle University (Nov. 19). This marks Fresno State's first appearance in Key Arena and opens the Bulldog Sports Network broadcast production of men's basketball.
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GAME 3: Fresno State (2-0) at Seattle University (0-2)
Date: Friday, November 19, 2009 (Tip Off: 7:10 p.m.)
Site: Key Arena (17,072), Seattle, Wash.
Radio: KMJ 580 AM (Paul Loeffler/Randy Rosenbloom)
TV: Bulldog Sports Network (Ralph Wood/Bob Donewald)
Online: www.gobulldogs.com (Bulldog All-Access)
About the Redhawks
The Seattle University Redhawks, Division I independent program, on the season. Seattle U opened season on the road with an 86-64 loss at Oklahoma State and 98-81 defeat at University of Portland on Tuesday night. Head Coach Cameron Dollar in his first season with the Redhawks after seven seasons as an assistant coach at Washington.
Against the Redhawks
The series between Fresno State Seattle University is tied 1-1. The Bulldogs beat the Redhawks in Fresno, Calif., last season by the score 79-58 on Nov. 25, 2008, when Bulldogs scored in double figures by then-junior Sylvester Seay's high 22 points and a Paul George double- double (17 points, 10 rebounds). The only other meeting between schools came in 1961 when Fresno State fell 104-73 to Seattle U.
Ladd's Hometown Return Comes on Historic Night
Sophomore guard Mike Ladd makes his initial return to his hometown of Seattle, Wash., in a Bulldog uniform. Ladd, a premier recruit out of the perennially successful Rainier Beach High School, earned a spot in Fresno State's starting line up with a fearless tenacity and strong offseason dedciation to getting stronger and elevating his defensive pressure.
LAST GAME: Bulldogs Chop Lumberjacks for Road Victory
Fresno State to secured a key road opening win against the NAU Lumberjacks, 65-59, on Tuesday night in a soldout J.C. Rolle Activity Center. Senior Sylvester Seay scored a season-high 22 points and pulled down six rebounds. George notched his first double-double of the season and seventh of his young Fresno State career with 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Come See Dogs Fly
With the Fresno State men's basketball team expected to breakout and compete for a WAC championship with exciting offensive sets and strong defensive pressure, Bulldog fans can see their Dogs fly and season ticket packages are available for every budget. The prime lower bowl seating can be purchased through the Bulldog Foundation at (559) 244-5600 or by visiting www.bulldogfoundation.org. Season tickets in the upper bowl of the pristine 15,596-seat Save Mart Center are also on sale now and can be purchased for $189 through the Bulldog Ticket Office at (559) 278-DOGS. All season ticket packages include a general admission ticket for the Dec. 1 home game at Selland Arena as the Dogs turn back the clock to honor legendary coach Boyd Grant. Also, make sure to purchase your single-game ticket to Fresno State's "Conquer the Mountain" Showdown with the BYU Cougars on Dec. 12, 2009 in the Save Mart Center at the Save Mart Center Box Office or any Ticketmaster location All mini-plans include Monday's game against San Diego State.
"We Are Your Team" - Check out the Fresno State Men's Basketball team on the Bulldog Sports Network when they take on Seattle University (KAIL MY53 - Comcast Cable, Channel 13) at 7 p.m. The "Hittin' the Hardwood" pregame show begins at 6:30 p.m. For more information be sure to visit GoBulldogs.com.