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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Cal Basketball Vs. UCSD Exhibition Game

Bears cobble second-half run to rout Tritons

For over seven minutes, the No. 24 Cal basketball team couldn’t shake off UCSD. Yes, that other state campus, the one with a Division II hoops squad that finished 11-17 last season. The Tuesday night exhibition at Haas Pavilion wasn’t supposed to unfold this way, the host trailing by as
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WHAT: Football at UCLAWHERE: Rose Bowl, LAWHEN: Saturday, October 29, 2011

Pac-12 Power Rankings: Week 9

No. 1: Stanford (8-0, 6-0) Now wasn’t that fun? Stanford proved that it is resilient, talented and now a major contender for the national championship. USC played the Cardinal hard. Really hard. Triple-overtime hard. But great teams respond to the other teams’ best effort and still find a way to
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Tennis Feature: Carlos Cueto


After a successful campaign at Florida, junior Carlos Cueto left to find a better team environment at Cal.

After Carlos Cueto had a less than enjoyable experience at the University of Florida, some may have expected him to be disenchanted with college tennis or with the American college system as a whole. However, when he joined the Cal men’s tennis team last fall, he rediscovered his love for
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Where the real game was on Saturday

In good traffic, it only takes 20 minutes to get from the Rose Bowl to the L.A. Coliseum. Twenty minutes. Not very much time. Not very far to go. But when pondering what happened on Saturday evening, the two venues might as well be universes apart. Cal was the metaphorical
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