Freshman midfielder Seth Casiple added his first shots with the men’s soccer team.

Huskies use tricks to treat Cal to another conference loss

A flurry of nifty tricks did not faze the Cal men’s soccer team in Sunday’s contest at Edwards Stadium, but an impressive display of fundamental soccer ability ultimately spelled the Bears’ demise in double overtime. Cal (3-5-4, 0-3-2 in the Pac-12) had no trouble deflecting the novelty of the threatening
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Cal falls to Stanford in Senior Day match

Senior Day was not exactly the most joyous occasion for the No. 12 Cal field hockey team. The Bears fell to Stanford, 3-2, on Sunday at Maxwell Family Field in one of the most tightly contested matches of the season. Midway through the second period, the Cal fans had an eerie
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Bears badger competition at Wisconsin Invitational

Three hundred runners pushing, shoving and elbowing could have been a major roadblock for the Cal women’s cross country team this past Friday in Madison, Wis. However, with senior Deborah Maier in the driver’s seat, the Bears were able to negotiate the traffic to finish seventh in the Wisconsin Adidas
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Sophomore Alice Duranteau captured the second-tier singles title this weekend.

Young Bears succeed in Moraga

MORAGA, Calif. — Experience proved not to be necessary in the Saint Mary’s Invitational, as first-time Cal competitors were the highlight of the weekend. Sophomore Alice Duranteau won the second-tier singles tournament, working her way through five matches to nab the trophy. Duranteau is now 15-1 since April, beginning the
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No. 4 Cal volleyball upends No. 2 Washington

In its first game of the year against a higher ranked opponent, the No. 4 Cal volleyball team upset No. 2 Washington 4-1 (25-20, 22-25, 25-18, 27-25) in front of a crowd of 1,875 at Haas Pavilion. Despite struggling early, outside hitter Tarah Murrey led the match with 21 kills,
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Isi does it

Extras from Isi Sofele interview

On having seven siblings “I lost track. Too many of us. I don’t know how my parents did it. My mom is a strong woman. My dad just raised us all being athletes, trained us since we were younger.”

Bears had HOW many turnovers? #sad #typiCAL

So Thursday night, on ESPN, the Cal football team lost to the USC football team. This is not an unusual occurrence, seeing as how the USC football team has now come out victorious in such instances an astounding eight years in a row. That’s two full presidential terms, or the
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The odyssey of Cal’s loss to the Trojans

Instead of writing this story as an epic poem in dactylic hexameter, I decided to do another play-by-play of some of the key points in Cal’s loss to USC. All times are best estimates.