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It’s not that bad

Twelve tournament wins in the 2012-13 season — a number that most coaches couldn’t even fathom; a number that broke the modern-era NCAA single-season win record for tournament wins in men’s collegiate golf. All that remains are remnants of a squad two years removed from what many consider one of Read More…

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Season snapshots: Cal men’s and women’s golf

Men’s golf: When former No. 1 amateur Michael Kim departed for the PGA in December, questions loomed for the powerhouse Cal men’s golf club. Many critics wondered if the 2013 Pac-12 champions could ever retain the same kind of success without their star junior. Then came a devastating eighth-place finish Read More…

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Dynasty comes to end for Cal men’s golf

As the remaining players in the NCAA championships trickled in after the last round of play, the Bears couldn’t help but be disappointed by their underwhelming performance in what was their last team showing of the season. The final round had shades of the 2013 NCAAs, when the Cal men’s Read More…

Junior Pace Johnson transferred from Cal Poly to join the Bears this season. He tied for 13th in the Golfweek Conference Challenge last week.

Cal men’s golf fails to advance into match play

Sitting in 16th place entering the third and final round, the Cal men’s golf team knew they would be playing for their lives. After a horrendous second round, the Bears faced a steep climb to the top-eight finish they would need to advance into match play. Cal, however, continued to Read More…

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Cal men’s golf heads to NCAA Sugar Grove Regional

Plunked down in the middle of the Midwest, in a town with a population size smaller than that of the undergraduate population at Cal, the No. 4 Cal men’s golf team is looking for a peak performance as it begins play at the NCAA Sugar Grove Regional in Sugar Grove, Read More…