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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Talent on display this Saturday at Pac-12 Championships

The strongest cross country conference this year is not the Big Ten, SEC or Big-12. It’s the Pac-12, a conference filled with perennial powerhouses and some of the nation’s top runners. They will all be competing this Saturday at the Pac-12 Championships run on Wigwam Golf Course in Litchfield Park,
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Bears cross MPSF chasm for weekend match

In the world of collegiate men’s water polo, there is a wide chasm that splits the MPSF. The mere spectator, overly reliant on stats and rankings, wouldn’t even know it existed. After all, the MPSF is the nation’s most cutthroat conference, and all nine teams have held a top-10 slot
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The Bruins will play shorthanded this weekend after an altercation last weekend with Arizona cost them six players, including four receivers. In contrast, the Bears’ Keenan Allen and Marvin Jones are two of the top receivers in the Pac-12.

Bears look inward in preparation for outmanned Bruins

The Cal football team has two of the best receivers in the Pac-12; UCLA has two receivers, period. Following a brawl in their last week, the Bruins will be short-handed when they host the Bears at 4 p.m. on Saturday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Six UCLA players,
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Tayler Davis Feature

Break point

Tayler Davis passed up a chance at a payday playing professional tennis. She hasn’t looked back since.

Tayler Davis’ serve is an act in two parts: anticipation and violence. She bounces the ball four times against the ground, and tosses it skyward. The ball is still. In moments, it will be smashed and forever lost amidst a cacophony of groundstrokes and volleys. Her body hesitates, coils and
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Mens Tennis 3-16-10

Cueto, McLachlan bring glory to Cal

Everyone loves to hear a good Cinderella story. You know that one about the underrated team that triumphs in the face of uncertainty? We hear it all the time. We are inspired by the underdogs of the world — the Seabiscuits and the Spartans. However, the tale of the Cal
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Cal ties for fourth at Isleworth Invitational

The Cal men’s golf team has been anticipating the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational all season. It was to be the squad’s most competitive tournament of the fall, the pinnacle of the last few months. And while the Bears anticipated the first-rate competition, the result was a fitting end to a fall
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