Cal heads to Utah looking to get back on track

After its reserves dropped the ball last weekend, the Cal rugby team will turn back to its top side to get a new winning streak going. The Bears will head out to Salt Lake City, Utah, taking on the Utes on Saturday at noon. “There’s some debate about who the
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Cal takes care of Toreros in San Diego

Though freshmen have been seizing the spotlight lately, it took some upperclassmen to get the job done Thursday in San Diego. The No. 11 Cal men’s tennis team defeated the No. 25 Toreros, 5-2. The Bears (7-5) haven’t lost to San Diego (5-4) since the 1993 season and their all-time record against
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Jonathan Kuperberg

Finale crucial despite little shot of title

At Wednesday’s press conference, Cal coach Mike Montgomery jokingly asked whom the Bears were playing this week. “Let’s play two,” he said. If only. The Bears close out the regular season Sunday with their rivalry rematch against Stanford, and while that game will hopefully be as exciting as their first
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Fan support key to rivalry rematch on Sunday

On Monday night, Cal women’s basketball coach Lindsay Gottlieb and point guard Brittany Boyd were in the office together, watching the nationally televised game between No. 1 Baylor and No. 11 Texas A&M. The game featured arguably the nation’s best player in Brittney Griner and the undefeated Baylor team, but
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Basketball vs. Oregon State

Bears don’t downplay finale with Cardinal

Tipoff is Sunday, 2:30 p.m. at Maples Pavilion. The stadium has 7,329 seats, almost all of which will be taken up by red, blue or gold masses. Cal’s David Kravish will line up across from whomever Stanford — its starters always in flux — plays at center. The referee will
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Junior center Talia Caldwell has averaged 8.4 points and 6.4 rebounds on the season thus far.

Cal to face Cardinal in home finale

The invincible never spill their own blood. It is a punishment for lesser mortals but never the rulers at the top. The invincible cruise to victory while the losers retreat to lick their wounds. That is, until a challenger finds a crack in the invincible armor. After all, even Achilles
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Junior infielder Mitch Delfino had one hit and one RBI in four at-bats in the Tuesday win over USF.

Mountain Hawks more than tune-up for Bears

Lehigh played its first season of baseball in 1885. Despite its long-standing history, the Mountain Hawks will etch their names in the school’s books this Saturday. The baseball team from the Patriot League will set foot on California soil for the first time in program history. The Mountain Hawks begin
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Bridge over troubled water

Compared to the rest of Cal’s aquatics programs, the diving team is far from a powerhouse. But the tide could turn in the team’s favor in the future.

In the closed confines of Berkeley’s Spieker Aquatics Center, a board on its north wall has immortalized the name of every aquatic athlete to represent the university at the Olympic level. In polished gold script on separate dark stones, the monument to the Bears’ aquatic prowess boldly stands just feet
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Short-handed Bears take third at Long Beach tournament

cal men's golf, steve desimone

The Cal men’s golf team will have to wait another week to celebrate. The No. 10 Bears finished in third place at the Del Walker Match Play Tournament in Long Beach, Calif., on Tuesday, falling short of breaking the school record of three tournament wins in the same year. The
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