Midfielder Kyle Marsh has played in all 14 games and started eight. He has scored two goals.

Cal still searching for first conference win

There wasn’t a better time than last weekend for the Cal men’s soccer team to get time off. The Bears (3-7-4, 0-5-2 in the Pac-12) are seven games into the Pac-12 conference schedule. They hang in last place with no wins. They’ve only scored six goals and let in 11.
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Cal fans got what they wished for

Night falls and the wolves howl loudly and deeply in the comment boxes and message boards. “Fire Tedford!” they bark. The howls grow progressively louder as the clock ticks on the embarrassing loss to UCLA. Wretched! shouts one. Bad playcalling! shouts the other. Resign! says the third. My answer: Dream.
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WHAT: Football at UCLAWHERE: Rose Bowl, LAWHEN: Saturday, October 29, 2011

Maynard under fire yet still under center

Zach Maynard is still the Cal football team’s starting quarterback. Heading into Saturday’s 3:30 p.m. game against Washington State, this may not be what Bears fans wanted to hear. Take the commute across the bay and into San Francisco’s AT&T Park — chances are, you’ll hear some unfavorable opinions of
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Break on through (to the other side)

Katie Benz was in the midst of a breakout senior year for the Cal women’s soccer team when she was sidelined with a broken leg. Now she is leading the team from the sideline.

As Katie Benz sits on the bench and watches her teammates play in the last home match against Utah, all she can notice is how slow the time is moving on the clock. Every second seems to stretch out longer than the last one, every pass slower than the previous.
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Cal looks to get back on track against Utah, Colorado

For the first time in 2011, the main focus of the Cal volleyball team’s practices this week hasn’t been on serving and passing. Instead, coach Rich Feller has been more concerned with re-instilling a competitive fire in his squad. “I told them to eat a lot of guts for meals,”
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Cal sends four to National Indoor Championships

After a lengthy preseason filled with a number of weekend tournaments, the moment of reckoning has finally arrived for the Cal men’s tennis team. The ultimate tournament which the Bears have been gearing up for all fall finally begins on Thursday and lasts through Sunday. The tournament, the USTA/ITA National
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Bears head to Stanford to play Radford in NorPac Tournament

There’s little doubt that this season’s Cal field hockey team has been the most impressive of the past few years in both results and potential. The No. 16 Bears (13-3) have achieved a number of accomplishments this season: their highest ranking in a decade, five victories over ranked opponents and
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Juricova heads east, looks to beast, or feast at least

Jana Juricova’s record stands at 11-2. She has advanced far in all three tournaments she has played in, winning one. Yet, for Juricova, the country’s top collegiate tennis player, it has been an underwhelming campaign. This weekend, Juricova will travel to New York for the largest tournament of the fall
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