No. 2 Cal men’s water polo enters MPSF tournament as two-seed

On paper, both teams are very similar. Cal and Stanford have split their head-to-head matchups this season. The Cardinal have one more loss than the Bears, but neither team has lost by more than 2 goals. Stanford only has the higher seed based on the technicality that its first head-to-head matchup with Cal was a nonconference game.
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Cal men’s water polo falls to Stanford, 11-10

Once a scene of a grazing cattle and open farmland, the Stanford family farm is now the university’s campus. Still colloquially referred to as “The Farm”, the campus today, now home to the upper-echelon university, has started to feel more and more like the bustling cities that surround it. To
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No. 1 Cal men’s water polo to battle with No. 3 Stanford

The last meeting between the Bears and the Cardinal (Sept. 24) ended just like the four previous meetings did — with a Cal victory. In the latest of these, Stanford kept it competitive throughout and even claimed a lead over Cal at half. But, the Bears responded strongly in the second half and walked away with an 11-9 win.
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No. 2 Cal men’s water polo tops No. 1 USC, 6-3

Flashback to December 2016. The No. 3 Cal men’s water polo team jumps into the pool at the Spieker Aquatics Complex as the final buzzer rings, signaling the Bears’ 11-8 overtime National Championship win over No.1 USC. Almost a year later, in a little shorter but just as dramatic of
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