How can the Ducks slow down Allen Crabbe? Allen Crabbe seems to like playing against Oregon. In his three career games against the Ducks, the sophomore guard has averaged 21 points. Last year, he made 7-of-14 threes in the two games.
E.J. Singler Just call him Mr. Consistency — at least, that’s what Ducks do. The junior forward is coming off quite the banner week: after posting game-high 23 points against Washington State last Saturday, Singler snagged Pac-12 Player of the Week.
This early in the season, it doesn’t get any better than No. 1. In the entire nation. The Cal softball team received top honors in the ESPN/ USA Softball polls this week, after sweeping four straight schools in last weekend’s ASU tournament.
According to the opening paragraph of its Wikipedia page, Berkeley houses nine Nobel Prizes, 139 Guggenheim Fellows, three Pulitzer prizes, and is consistently ranked as the greatest public school in the history of the universe. But never has a Berkeley alum achieved the lofty status that Alex Morgan has recently
Senior guard Jorge Gutierrez dove for a loose ball in Thursday’s loss to Arizona. Danielle Lee’s photo catches the raw emotion (and perhaps pain) of the Cal men’s basketball team’s leader. Don’t like our caption? Write your own in the comment section. What is Jorge thinking?
Trying to find a concise definition for “swag?” Two words: Brittany Boyd. Alongside first-year head coach Lindsay Gottlieb, the true freshman has completely revamped the Cal women’s basketball team.
Cal: 71, Arizona: 65 Allen Crabbe was seen wearing a boot on Tuesday, but the move may be precautionary. If Cal’s leading scorer did suffer a serious injury, the Bears will be in dire straits.
Jordin Mayes Jordin Mayes’s numbers aren’t up much from his freshman campaign last year. The backup guard plays four more minutes per game and averages not even one more point. But as he showcased in the NCAA tournament last year, Mayes can come up huge when it counts.
Follwing a 109-0 win over Stanford by the top side, the Cal rugby reserves took down Sacramento State 48-3 in the Kickoff Tournament in Rancho Cordova, Calif. The Bears (7-0) came out quickly in the first half, jumping to a 31-0 lead at the break. Things started to bog down
Harper Kamp, Cal forward Despite being Cal’s leading scorer for the majority of last season, Kamp has routinely underwhelmed offensively this season — that is, until the last few weeks.