Cal volleyball finishes 13-18 after 9-1 start

Cal volleyball (13-18, 4-16) ended its 2017 season with a .419 winning percentage. Though the figure is seemingly grim, it’s an accomplishment for the program, which hasn’t seen such success since before 2014. Though the Bears fell short of their goal to make the NCAA tournament, they demonstrated that the
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Cal women’s basketball splits 2 games at Cal Classic

The then-No. 21 Cal women’s basketball came up just short of clinching the title in its annual Cal Classic tournament this weekend. A record-setting, high-scoring win over Manhattan earned Cal a bid to the championship but their performance juxtaposed the offensively silent nail-bitter loss to then-No. 23 Missouri. The leader
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Heading for greener pastures

I think I share the feeling of most Cal football followers that we don’t really know what to make of this season. The Bears’ latest campaign seems to be a jumbled mess of highs and lows, one that, despite the losing record and the abysmal Pac-12 record of 2-7, seems
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It’s not pretty

When it comes to evaluating a team’s potential trajectory over the course of a season, I prefer to reserve any type of serious assessment until, at minimum, we’re a quarter through. While it’s easy to jump on an early-season narrative and ride with it until the very end, such a
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Cal volleyball drops final 2 matches of season

Cal volleyball’s season has been much like Berkeley’s recent weather — dreary and bleak. The team’s recent record — primarily losses with little wins here and there — mirrors the primarily gray skies with little blue throughout. The Bears, however, managed to make their own sunshine despite dropping their final
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