Christine-Menchaca

A whole new world

There comes a time in any fan’s life when just watching your favorite sport ceases to be enough. The game starts to become like a drug, and you need more. More interaction, more immersion, more injury updates — more ways for the sport to take over your life. Enter fantasy Read More…

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Broussard’s injury an ominous one for Cal football

In the heat of the moment he was an easy scapegoat, but it was never Andy Buh’s fault. One does not just lose the entirety of the secondary to injuries and still expect a stingy defense. One cannot guide a mish-mash group of walk-ons and freshmen to competency, no matter Read More…

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Cal men’s soccer begins training camp

The cool morning air was electric with excitement as the No. 7 Cal men’s soccer team saw nine new faces take to the field for the very first time together. There was a hunger evident out on the pitch, as the eight incoming freshmen and one transfer sophomore worked hard Read More…

Winston-Cho_Online

A year to remember

As I entered the room in VLSB that the Daily Cal had reserved for its info session, I scanned the front row looking for the sports editor, even though I had no idea what his name was or if he even was a guy. Each department’s editor took a turn Read More…

stanford2014.football.1.kchan

Injury bug hits Cal football during 2nd week of fall camp

With just over a week of fall training camp in the books, a batch of injuries has finally hit the Cal football team. Head coach Sonny Dykes revealed after Wednesday’s closed practice that junior linebacker Nathan Broussard — projected on the preseason depth chart to start at middle linebacker — Read More…

MRugby

Power Rankings: Amid rising questions, Cal rugby remains a contender

Winger Patrick Barrientes dove into the left corner of the try zone to deliver the game winning score against Kutztown in June’s Collegiate Rugby Championships Sevens. The victory marked Cal’s second consecutive sevens title and the 28th national championship in program history. Entering the fall, the Bears look to continue Read More…