The Cal volleyball team fell in straight sets to Stanford Wednesday evening in Maples Pavilion in Stanford, Calif.

Tight third set not enough to turn Cal’s tide

Cal women’s volleyball head coach Rich Feller knew exactly what Stanford was going to bring to the table in the Big Spike in Stanford’s Maples Pavilion on Thursday night. Three straight sets later, the No. 6 Cardinal never strayed from their original strategy and emerged victorious (25-15, 25-17, 28-26). The
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The Cal volleyball team fell in straight sets to Stanford Wednesday evening in Maples Pavilion in Stanford, Calif.

Cal heads to No. 7 Stanford not at full strength

For the first time since 2009, the Cal volleyball team will enter the Big Spike against rival Stanford as the clearly less talented squad. The match between the Bears and the Cardinal will take place on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. at Maples Pavilion in Stanford. Cal (6-4) will be
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Injury-riddled roster leads to Cal loss

In the third set of Saturday’s match against the University of San Francisco, the Cal volleyball team found itself tied late in a set for the third time. In the other two sets, the Bears conceded three straight points each time. This time around was no different. Three consecutive strikes
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Bears enter final weekend of nonconference play

After a 1-3 start — its worst opening to a season in over a decade — the Cal volleyball team has exploded on a four-game winning streak. With that momentum at hand, the Bears enter this weekend with two tilts against St. Mary’s and University of San Francisco. Cal (5-3)
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Bears chop Lumberjacks in four sets

Cal entered the final game of its weekend tournament expecting to finish with a perfect record. Although Northern Arizona (8-1), fought hard on Saturday night in Haas Pavillion, the Bears won 3-1 (25-11, 25-21, 23-25, 25-17) and emerged as champions of the Cal Molten Classic. In the the four-team tournament,
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The Bears fell in their first two competitions but managed to topple No. 6 Hawaii this weekend.

Bears stage comeback at Wahine Volleyball Classic

When No. 6 Hawaii libero Ali Longo served the ball on Cal’s match point in the fifth set, it seemed the next point belonged to the Rainbow Wahine. But freshman libero Mary McKennon hooked it into the middle of court where freshman Nikki Gombaro just barely bumped it over the
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Dissecting the Pac-12 open

After a disappointing opening weekend, Cal has dropped to No. 25 nationwide. The team still looks to find a leader in the wake of Tarah Murrey’s graduation. After snagging the Pac-10 championship title and making an NCAA Final appearance two years ago, the Bears dropped off last season with a second-round NCAA exit. Fast forward to this season and it is looking bleak for Coach Feller and his squad.
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