Women's Soccer

Bears’ offense fizzles in first action without Benz

Although the No. 17 Cal women’s soccer team prides itself on its depth at the forward position, its weekend trip north to the Evergreen State showed that quantity cannot replace injured forward Katie Benz’s quality up front. The five forwards in the squad combined for one goal this weekend against
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Volleyball vs. ASU

Higgins shines as Bears survive desert storm

When Adrienne Gehan went down with an ankle injury on Sept. 16 against Colorado, outside hitter Christina Higgins knew she had to be the one to fill the void. “I felt like it was my chance to step up,” Higgins said This weekend, the freshman proved that she is more
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Weekend turns out rotten for Peach, Cal

The Cal men’s soccer team just cannot catch a break. A difficult 2-1 loss to Pac-12 foe San Diego State Sunday afternoon at SDSU Sports Deck completed a weekend of almosts and could-have-beens. “We just weren’t on the lucky side this weekend,” freshman goalkeeper Kevin Peach said. After a tough
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Tayler Davis reached the final of the Cal Nike Invitational on Sunday but failed to win a game against teammate Jana Juricova.

Juricova plays so nice, she wins it twice

Jana Juricova’s senior season started with a bang during this weekend’s Cal Nike Invitational at the Hellman Tennis Complex. Juricova and new doubles partner Annet Schutting captured the doubles’ crown, and Juricova rolled through teammate Tayler Davis to win the singles’ championship. Although the doubles championship against Sacramento State was
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Jonathan Kuperberg

The Kupe D’etat: An 0de t0 Eugeni0

On Wednesday, Sept. 28, the entire country, nay the world, witnessed the culmination of the greatest collapse in the history of baseball. People all across the globe sat in bewilderment in front of their TVs, stared blankly at their computer screens, clicked furiously on their phones to constantly refresh —
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Bears maul Wildcats in straight-set win

It’s rare that Cal volleyball coach Rich Feller gets fired up on the sidelines. As an Arizona pass off a Christina Higgins slam fell out of bounds near his feet, the calm and collected coach let out a roar with an emphatic fist pump. Higgins’ violent swing knotted up the
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Bears shoot down Hawks to open Philly trip

It’s one down and two to go for the No. 11 Cal field hockey. The Bears took the first match of their three game trip to Philadelphia, a 5-2 victory over Saint Joseph’s. Thursday afternoon’s match exemplified the type of offensive success the Bears (9-2) have found in their victories
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Volleyball vs. Colorado

Bears turn inward after crushing losses

Coming off its first two losses of the season, the No. 4 Cal volleyball team added another layer of training this week — and another coach. In addition to honing their technical skills, the Bears are focusing on their psychological approach to the game with the help of mental training
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Men's Water Polo 9/3/11

Bears draw from deep bench for SoCal Invitational

The biggest drawback to a weekend water polo tournament is the fatigue that inevitably plagues a team, the kind that results from quick turnarounds between games. But the No. 2 Cal men’s water polo team isn’t the only squad that will encounter this problem this weekend at the SoCal Invitational
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