Bears bring baggage to USC

Within the week, the Bears lost two matches and five players. But with a game against No. 1 USC coming up, Cal’s men’s water polo might be saving the worst for the weekend. The No. 4 Bears are traveling to USC’s McDonald’s Swim Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m. to
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Bears split weekend results at NorCal Invite

Things were going as planned for the Cal men’s water polo team on Saturday. Then, the weekend took a turn for the worse on Sunday. The No. 3 Bears beat No. 16 Air Force Saturday morning at the Stanford-hosted NorCal Invitational and dropped No. 16 UC Irvine later that evening
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Cal to face first real tests of season

For nearly a decade, a California triumvirate has dominated collegiate men’s water polo. USC, UCLA, and Cal have each claimed the last nine NCAA Championships and are perennially ranked No. 1, 2 and 3 in the nation. They’ve traded wins back and forth, often by the slightest of margins. And
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Bears blast past opponents in weekend invite

The Cal men’s water polo team was without head coach Kirk Everist this weekend, but that did not slow the Bears in their East Coast domination at the Princeton Invitational in Princeton, N.J. Everist stayed home from the invite for personal reasons, so assistant coach Boyd Lachance led the Bears
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The Bears will face off against Princeton and St. Francis, among other schools, at this weekend's Princeton Invtational

Cal opens season at Princeton Invitational

The NCAA water polo system is biased against the MPSF. Home to the top nine teams in the nation, the MPSF has been the powerhouse of water polo, but year after year, MPSF teams suffered from the weight of its own strength in qualifying for the NCAA tournament. The Cal
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Men's Water Polo Invitational

Young talent dominates weekend invitational

The Cal men’s water polo team filled in the missing pieces splendidly, sweeping all three of its games at the Golden Bear Invitational against top-15 opponents. The No. 3 Bears, led by their young talent, beat No. 15 Santa Clara, No. 13 UC Davis and No. 7 Pacific in three
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