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Cal scores four goals against UCF in Berkeley debut

When a foul just outside the penalty box was awarded to the Cal men’s soccer team in the 31st minute, the University of Central Florida players were up in arms. As some Knights argued with the referee, the entire UCF defense was in disarray, not paying attention to the free
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The majority of last year's Cal men's soccer team returns for the 2012 season.

Cal to show pitbull-like tenacity against UCF at home

Cal midfielder Tony Salciccia is excited to be back home in Pitbull Arena. Edwards Stadium, nicknamed Pitbull Arena by the players, gives them the extra energy and ferocity to chase down every ball like a pitbull. After three games away from Berkeley, especially after a grueling road trip to Virginia
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Bears blown out in 6-0 sweep

The Cal men’s soccer team went through a painful learning experience this past weekend on the road, where the team was dominated by a pair of non-conference opponents. On Friday the Bears lost, 2-1, to Virginia before suffering a 6-0 blowout at No. 6 Maryland. Cal played like a top-25
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Midfielder Kyle Marsh has played in all 14 games and started eight. He has scored two goals.

Bears travel to East Coast for tough foes

For the Cal men’s soccer team, the schedule is hardly challenging. Excluding the perennial Pac-12 powerhouse UCLA, the vast majority of the Bears’ opponents — mostly located on or around the West Coast — range somewhere between beatable and laughable.
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Peach leads Cal to fruitful win

For a team that had not won its past 10 games, the Cal men’s soccer team put on a spectacular display. The Bears (1-0) faced Santa Clara team on the road for their season opener and came away with a 2-1 victory last Friday at Buck Shaw Stadium.
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Mens Soccer Against SDSU

Cal opens season against Santa Clara in mystery

Cal men’s soccer coach Kevin Grimes is a person that likes to keep his cards close to his chest. For the sake of safeguarding information, very few tidbits — like starting rotations or results of preseason exhibitions — are ever leaked by Grimes and his players. So when asked questions
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Demitrius Omphroy near Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco. (Ashley Chen/Staff)

Manifest destiny

The first person with multiple sclerosis to play in the MLS, former Cal soccer player Demitrius Omphroy has become a symbol of hope.

Former Cal soccer player has always dreamed of a career playing professional soccer, and last year he achieved it when he was drafted by Toronto FC in the MLS Draft. Now the only player with MS in league history has turned his attention to raising awareness for the disease, becoming a symbol of hope for MS patients everywhere.
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Cal finishes disappointing season without Pac-12 win

Not many people will look fondly upon the 2011 season for the Cal men’s soccer team. The Bears of the present year failed to replicate the results of a thrilling 2010 season in which the squad reached the quarterfinals of the Division I men’s soccer tournament, struggling to replace the
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Cal ends season without Pac-12 win

As the rain began to pour down at Edwards Stadium on Friday afternoon, fans scattered and retreated to their umbrellas. Puddles formed across the field. Players on the bench huddled together for warmth, shifting their focus from the action on the field to the downpour in the sky. After 90
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