Cal lacrosse visits Butler, Ohio State

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One game at a time: That’s how Cal women’s lacrosse head coach Brooke Eubanks plans to approach the team’s first multi-game weekend of the season against Butler and Ohio State. “Butler is our first game so that’s all that we’ve talked about, that’s all the film we’ve watched, and we
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Cal lacrosse stumped by Oregon’s first half run

Cal holds possession of the ball, circling Oregon’s goal a few times early in the game. The team looks strong and cohesive so far, winning ground balls and collecting turnovers. Suddenly, senior captain Caroline Schlegel pushes through the crowd and scores her second goal of the game. The Bears now
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Cal Lacrosse faces must-win situation against Oregon

This Sunday, the Cal women’s lacrosse team (0-1) faces one of its most challenging games of the season. Trying to rebound from a loss to Denver (3-0) last Friday, the Bears play the Oregon Ducks (2-1) — this is as early as a must-win game comes in a season. This
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Cal lacrosse to start season against Denver

Getting back to the basics. That’s how Cal lacrosse head coach Brooke Eubanks plan to approach this season. The Bears are hoping to rebound from a 4-12 overall record last season by reinforcing the fundamentals of the game and restoring a larger sense of competition. And just how is that
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Gotta Have It: Maddy Jahelka’s 4-part recipe for success

Last summer, a recently graduated high school senior won a county cake-decorating competition in Calhan, Colorado. The following school year, this girl, Maddy Jahelka, would start her first semester at UC Berkeley as a Division I student athlete, playing for the Cal women’s lacrosse team. This is the recipe for
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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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