Water Polo Feature

With a little help from my friend

Justin Parsons and Jon Sibley have competed all over the world to start at goalie.

If Justin Parsons and Jon Sibley were at different universities, they would each be the unequivocal starting goalie on their men’s water polo team. But the way it stands now, returning starter Parsons and redshirt freshman Sibley will both fight for that position all season long for the No. 3
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Change we can (maybe) believe in

I was pretty frustrated after watching the Cal football team lose to Washington on Saturday. Initially, it just seemed like the same old story for the Bears: they put themselves in a position to win a key game, and ultimately came up empty. The loss brought back plenty of unkind
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Conference Questions

How far can Stanford go without Shayne Skov? On Sept. 17, Stanford suffered its first loss. No, the No. 6 Cardinal beat Arizona pretty soundly, scoring 21 unanswered points in the second half to win 37-10. But the squad’s defensive leader, junior linebacker Shayne Skov, injured his knee in the
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A Letter to Katie Benz

Dear Katie, I was saving up this column to write about how the Giants rekindled my childhood love for the Dodgers, but fate obviously didn’t want to hear another sports fan chronicling how he came to love some team. First, I want to say I am sorry about your season-ending
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Men's Soccer vs. Kentucky

Debut of Peach is as easy as pie as Bears shut out Catamounts

Cal men’s soccer coach Kevin Grimes sure knows how to fulfill a promise. Last week following a tough loss, Grimes made the declaration that he needed to make “significant lineup changes,” leaving an open interpretation as to what he meant. Grimes’ installation of backup goalie Kevin Peach materialized that assertion, as the
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Field Hockey vs. Pacific

Late goal not enough to overcome Stanford’s Dru

Friday night saw a battle between longtime rivals who happen to be the West Coast’s lone premiere field hockey teams. This matchup, between No. 12 Cal and No. 8 Stanford, certainly lived up to the hype. Both squads traded early punches, but the Cardinal gained the upper hand midway through
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