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Cal men’s soccer beats No. 19 Washington

It was not a good weekend to be an athlete from Washington in Berkeley. On Friday night, Cal football pulled off one of the biggest upsets in its recent history when it took down Heisman-hopeful quarterback Luke Falk and then-No. 8 Washington State in a 37-3 rout. The next day, Cal women’s soccer beat the Cougars 2-0. And as the cherry on top, Cal men’s soccer would pull off its own upset on Sunday, beating No. 19 Washington 2-1 in a bit more suspenseful fashion than the others.
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Cal men’s soccer falls 3-0 to No. 8 Stanford

If there’s one thing more elusive than a sunny day in Berkeley in October, it’s the No. 24 Cal men’s soccer team getting a win against Stanford — and an even greater rarity is the combination of both. For the Bears, this was all too evident on a warm Sunday
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Cal men’s soccer notches 2-0 win over UCLA

Cal men’s soccer could not have asked for a better outcome when they left UCLA on Thursday night. The evening’s 2-0 victory not only opened up a two-game road trip favorably, but also kicked off the team’s conference schedule on the right foot. Any troubles that Cal has had scoring
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Cal men’s soccer to meet winless Santa Clara

Callender was named Pac-12 Player of the Week following a nine-save performance at Portland two weeks ago, and he followed it up with nine more during a weekend double header (three against Yale and six against USF). The nine saves at Portland were not only a career high for Callender, but they also included one that kept Cal alive in the 90th minute of play and sent the game into overtime.
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