Bears take second in Las Vegas

It might have been fate that kept the Cal men’s golf team from a win this weekend at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters tournament in Las Vegas. The Bears entered the final day of the three-day tournament with a six-shot lead, but lost by a single shot to UNLV on
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Cal takes down conference newcomers in weekend routs

There may be myriad of benefits of the Pac-12’s conference realignment, but parity in women’s tennis is surely not one of them. The No. 10 Cal women’s tennis team gave a rough introduction to conference newcomers Colorado and Utah in two dominant victories, giving the Bears a 2-0 record in
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Bears conquer Aztecs in first meeting

The Bears finally played a satisfactory first half at 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon. At Aztec Field in San Diego, the Cal lacrosse team (3-2, 2-1 in the MPSF) jumped out to one of its best starts of the season to date, holding on to an early lead for an 18-9 conference
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Cal gets back on track with lopsided win over UCLA

The world is back to making a little more sense. After three uncharacteristically close matches, including a loss to Cal Poly that snapped its 63-game win streak, the Cal rugby team returned to its dominating ways of the past, taking out UCLA 79-3 on Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles. The
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Slow start spells doom for Bears

Cal had nothing to lose. The team trailed by two points with only a minute remaining in a contest against No. 5 Arizona State. Coach Richard Corso pulled junior keeper Lindsay Dorst to gain an extra attacker. All the Bears could hope for was a comeback miracle. Cal failed to
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Bears blank Cornhuskers in comfortable 4-0 win

Most people, if they got hit in the face by a baseball, would think about taking one or two days off. Not Mitch Delfino. The Cal third baseman not only started the game after his beaning on Friday but also did some damage of his own, standing out offensively over
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Bears show mercy in weekend sweep

The Bears have opponents begging for mercy. In the No. 1 Cal softball team’s run at the Bayer CropScience Classic, the team forced three mercy rulings. Every game must reach five innings, but if one team gains an eight-run lead at any point thereafter, the game is called. Of their
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