Recharging batteries The Bears wrapped up a seven-game home stand that spanned eight days on Saturday with a win over Utah. While Cal has only dropped one set this year – the first against Stanford last Tuesday – the Bears looked sluggish against the Utes and Colorado this weekend.
No. 14 Cal let four goals in as a Santa Clara team won, 4-2, at Edwards Stadium on Friday afternoon, taking home the Bay Area Classic title with it.
Sometimes sports just knock you down and you end up with a face full of grass.
Kyle Marsh led the Cal men’s soccer team to victory on Sunday at Edwards Stadium with the game winning finish against Kentucky. With the scores leveled at two a piece, the junior midfielder headed the ball in the back of the net for the first goal of his collegiate career.
The Cal men’s soccer team ended its first home weekend in high spirits and the Cal Legacy Classic title in hand. The game see-sawed between the Bears and Kentucky until the 72nd minute when Kyle Marsh headed in the game winning goal to give his side the 3-2 victory. The
Correy (not) in the house Outside hitter Correy Johnson saw very limited action this weekend, as she was nursing a sore hip. The junior didn’t play in the Bears’ opening match, was used in sparingly for the next two and didn’t even suit up for Cal’s final match.
The Cal women’s soccer team muscled out a tough 2-0 away win against Long Beach State. Forwards Lauren Battung and Katie Benz scored in the 3rd and 52nd minutes, respectively. Player of the Weekend: Lauren Battung
Quick Look: The MPSF might be the nation’s strongest conference: all nine teams are in the NCAA top 10 — the top nine, to be exact. Every team in the MPSF went undefeated last weekend in each respective season opener.
It’s always a little entertaining to see a professional athlete get passionate about something other than sports. For the eccentrics such as Ron Artest, there’s always an off-hand name change or a Dancing with the Stars cameo to spice life up. For Adonal Foyle, it’s the possibility of a clean
If a picture is worth a thousand words, the this one must be worth a million. It’s great to see camaraderie between two opposing players, that after four quarters of battling each other in the trenches, Cal’s defensive lineman Viliami Moala and Fresno State’s offensive lineman Matt Hunt can stand next to