Don’t think Keenan Allen is applauding the play — or the call.
Cal women’s soccer team (12-6-2, 5-4-2 in the Pac-12) earned a berth to the NCAA tournament for the eighth consecutive year at No. 7 Santa Clara. The match against the Broncos (13-2-5) will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m at Buck Shaw Stadium.
Cal women’s basketball team under new coach Lindsay Gottlieb won its exhibition game against Vanguard, 99-58, at Haas Pavilion on Thursday night.
Cal women’s soccer star Katie Benz was having a career year before a broken leg caused her to miss the rest of the season. That hasn’t prevented her from spending time with her teammates.
The Cal men’s basketball team cruised to an 88-53 exhibition victory over UCSD on Tuesday evening at Haas Pavilion. Player of the game: Justin Cobbs
Cal sports in general lagged this weekend. Football got slaughtered in what should have been an easy and reassuring win, volleyball lost to SoCal rivals in two straight matches, and women’s soccer gave up a pivotal match against Oregon State.
Quick Look: The No. 4 Cal men’s water polo team consistently outscored No. 8 Irvine each quarter in Sunday’s 14-6 win at Spieker Aquatics.
Identity Crisis As the regular season winds down to a close, the No. 7 Cal volleyball team still looks like it hasn’t found an identity. The team is suffering from the lack of a clear-cut star player.
The moment captured in this photo is the only time Brock Mansion will be under the bright lights this season — or any season.
This one goes to Ivan Rackov, the all-around standout of the No. 4 Cal men’s water polo team. The reigning National Player of the Year scored four goals in Friday’s 11-8 win over No. 6 Pepperdine, including a sick 5-meter penalty shot halfway through the second quarter that effortlessly sailed