Bears return to health in time to host L.A. rivals

Senior Tarah Murrey looked exhausted after Wednesday’s practice and film review. But you never would have known based on her rhetoric about the Cal volleyball team facing No. 6 UCLA and No. 4 USC this weekend. “I definitely want to play as hard as we can every match,” Murrey said.
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No. 2 Bears leave desert with two wins, two injuries

The No. 2 Cal volleyball team battered Arizona State and Arizona this weekend, but the Bears’ lineup took a beating. In the first set of Friday’s 3-0 (25-22, 25-20, 26-24) win over the Sun Devils, right side hitter Correy Johnson had to be helped from the floor after spraining her
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Johnson goes down in victory over Sun Devils

The Cal volleyball team delivered a blow to Arizona State to the tune of a 3-0 (25-22, 25-20, 26-24). But the No. 2 Bears (20-2, 10-2 in the Pac-12) suffered a loss on Friday night at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe, Ariz. Right side hitter Correy Johnson had to be
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Ms. Happy-Go-Lucky

Kat Brown can turn your frown upside down.

On Sept. 24, Kat Brown laid down a block in the third set to knot things up at three points apiece against UCLA. Brown, a smile spanning the entirety of her face, clenched both fists in elation and turned back to celebrate with the rest of her teammates — who,
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Sophomore defensive specialist Erin Freeman set a new season high in digs (13) in Friday's match against No. 2 Washington.

Murrey, Bears kill competition in weekend wins

All-American Tarah Murrey finished the Cal volleyball team’s first set against No. 2 Washington with two kills and three errors for a -.071 hitting percentage. By the end of the match on Friday night at Haas Pavilion, the senior outside hitter amassed 21 kills to power the No. 4 Bears
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No. 4 Cal volleyball upends No. 2 Washington

In its first game of the year against a higher ranked opponent, the No. 4 Cal volleyball team upset No. 2 Washington 4-1 (25-20, 22-25, 25-18, 27-25) in front of a crowd of 1,875 at Haas Pavilion. Despite struggling early, outside hitter Tarah Murrey led the match with 21 kills,
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