On March 21st, 1953, Tex Clevenger was on the mound for the Bulldogs. And it was his day.
Fresno State was playing Pacific. One year earlier, in 1952, Clevenger threw a no-hitter against Pacific, the first no-hitter in Fresno State baseball history.
One year later, he did it again!
On this day, he also set a school record with 20 strikeouts. And he had five hits (two triples, one double and two singles).
The Bulldogs won, 21-0.
There are nine no-hitters in Fresno State baseball history, and two of them were thrown by Tex Clevenger. The Visalia native was 21-4 in his Fresno State career with a 1.94 ERA.