Cal football travels to desert for Pac-12 opener

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Cal thinks it’s a good football team. So does Arizona. But neither team has really faced any sort of challenge that can validify these two college programs this season. That is, until this weekend. When the Bears (2-0) and the Wildcats (3-0) face off Saturday evening, the game will provide Read More…

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Dissecting the Arizona riddle

Is Arizona a good football team? They’re 3-0, which is always good, but the resume isn’t exactly impressive. After tearing apart UNLV in week one, the Wildcats mustered one-score victories over UTSA and Nevada, neither of which you’d consider football powerhouses. Cal is definitely the toughest team the Wildcats have Read More…

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Cal field hockey prepares to face NorPac rivals

The Cal field hockey team faces high expectations for Friday’s UC Davis matchup, not only in terms of sustaining its current three-game win streak, but also with regard to senior Andrea Earle being named NorPac’s Offensive Player of the Week. But the pressure doesn’t stop there, as the Bears will Read More…

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Cal men’s golf heads to Windon Memorial Classic

A new era is about to begin for the Cal men’s golf team. With a strong freshman class composed of four of the nation’s top recruits in Ben Doyle, Sebastian Crampton, Tanner Hughes and KK Limbhaust, the Bears are looking to continue the success they have experienced over the past Read More…

Cal women’s golf finishes 8th in McGuire Invitational

Despite the rain and hail that interrupted junior Hannah Suh and her fellow Bears during their tournament Monday and Tuesday, Suh remained unphased and focused. Suh finished with a 75-71-75=221 (+2) and produced Cal’s standout and consistent performance as she tied for 12th on the individual leaderboard and earned her Read More…

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Freshman look to fill roles left by graduates

For the newest members of the Cal women’s soccer team, filling the shoes of some of last year’s top contributors was never going to be an easy task. This summer, former seniors Emily Kruger, Rachel Mercik, Nina Pedersen and Genessee Daughetee all left for professional careers in Europe — marking Read More…