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Cal women’s basketball hosts Washington

There has been a collection of things this season that have hurt Cal women’s basketball. Of all the team’s problems, one of the biggest struggles this year has been keeping its opponents from getting to the line, which was highlighted Jan. 11, when the Bears traveled to Seattle and spent
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Cal rugby welcomes No. 18 Arizona

It is not common for a team coming off a 76-3 win to be more self-critical and dissatisfied with missed opportunities than comfortable with its performance. Such is the case, however, for this year’s Cal men’s rugby team, which won by that 73-point margin when it hosted Cal Poly last
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Cal men’s soccer alums find success in pros

In the U.S. Men’s National Team’s friendly against Chile, there were some familiar faces: Clint Dempsey, Jermaine Jones, Michael Bradley and DeAndre Yedlin, all of whom played on the U.S. 2014 FIFA World Cup team. But, for Cal men’s soccer fans, there was an even more familiar face: defender Steve
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Cal women’s swim hosts No. 12 USC and No. 13 UCLA

A buzzer fades in the background as the regular season starts to come to a close. The top-ranked powerhouse of the Cal women’s swim team competes Friday and Saturday against nationally ranked No. 12 USC and No. 13 UCLA, respectively. This will be one of sophomore Missy Franklin’s last collegiate
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Cal rugby routs Cal Poly, 76-3, in home opener

With no time left on the clock, fifth-year senior fullback Jake Anderson knelt and placed the rugby ball on the tee, preparing to make the last play of the game. He looked up toward the goal posts before slowly rising. Taking three steps backward, Anderson paused, took a breath —
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