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Inconsistent performances mar Cal lacrosse’s spring season

On Thursday, Stanford will host the MPSF Tournament for women’s lacrosse. The top six teams in the league, including nationally ranked No. 4 USC and No. 8 Stanford, will compete for the conference title. The Cal women’s lacrosse team (4-12, 2-7 MPSF), however, will not be there. The Bears played
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Cal lacrosse to take on rivals, No. 10 Stanford

Some sports rivalries emerge organically, developing from annual games as well as the trading of satisfying wins and frustratingly close losses. Others, however, are now defining institutions that define two schools and their athletics programs. The competition between Cal and Stanford is the latter. On Monday, the Cal women’s lacrosse
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Cal lacrosse falls to UC Davis, 7-5

At first, Wednesday’s game seemed like it was not going to end the way it did. The first half of the Cal women’s lacrosse’s MPSF conference game Wednesday at UC Davis was particularly competitive — the Bears (3-9, 1-4 MPSF) traded goals with the Aggies (5-4, 3-1) but still went
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Cal lacrosse falls against Oregon, Fresno State

A turnover with 9:40 left in the first half looked promising for the Cal women’s lacrosse team (3-8). Despite Oregon’s 7-2 lead, the players on the field were energized, and the players on the bench and the fans in the stand were all cheering. But sophomore attacker Kate Mattimore missed
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Cal lacrosse faces Oregon, Fresno State at home

It’s an important next couple of days for the Cal women’s lacrosse team. Excluding those against San Diego State University and No. 7 USC, none of the Bears’ (3-6, 1-1 MPSF) games this season have been conference games. Starting this weekend, however, in home games at Memorial Stadium against Oregon
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Cal lacrosse suffers blowout loss to Temple

For the Cal women’s lacrosse team (3-6), spring break did not include a sunny beach resort in Baja California. Instead, it was a rough trip east and a pair of crippling losses to two very strong opponents. On Saturday, after losing to Cornell on Wednesday and despite what seemed to
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