Bears hang with No. 3 Bruins to a scoreless draw

Despite a 0-0 draw against No. 3 UCLA on Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium, Cal women’s soccer team might have played their best game of the season. Although the Bears failed to snap their goal drought against the Bruins, a tie against one of a top-5 team can be momentous
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Ducks take flight in second half to crush Bears

EUGENE, Ore. — After being obliterated 48-14 at USC last season, a beleaguered Jeff Tedford told reporters that he was proud that his team “won the second half” after trailing by 42 points at halftime. While Tedford did not proclaim a first-half victory in Thursday night’s 43-15 loss at the hands
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The Cal defense gives up 1.56 goals per game on average.

Cal hopes for repeat against Stanford

What’s better than beating Stanford? Beating Stanford in overtime and winning the Pac-10 title. But that was last year. Since that match, the Cal men’s soccer team has had six of its players head to the MLS. And the 2011 season is proving to be a season of rebuilding for
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Over the course of the year, the Bears have outscored their opponents, 128-40.

Wild cards await Cal on SoCal road trip

If there’s one recurring theme of the No. 3 Cal men’s water polo season thus far, it’s that there’s no such thing as a new face. The squad has already played teams like Pacific and Santa Clara multiple times; in fact, only four of the thirteen games the Bears have
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No. 4 Bears prepare for No. 15 Ducks

Two problems have plagued the No. 4 Cal volleyball team for weeks — serving and passing. In addition to refining technical skills, the Bears worked with a mental training coach to increase trust between players. Coach Rich Feller was still not satisfied with Cal’s performance in last weekend’s two wins.
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