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Courting concern

One of the most remarkable features of the 2013-14 Cal women’s tennis team was its depth. The Bears’ typical singles lineup consisted of six ranked players, and their success on courts four through six was key to the team’s impressive 20-5 record. Led by the dominant performances of Maegan Manasse, Read More…

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2013-14 season snapshots: tennis

Editor’s note: The Daily Californian sports staff took a look back and chose the most impactful moments of each team’s 2013-14 seasons. Women’s tennis: Down 3-1 in the overall match, the Cal women’s tennis team looked primed to suffer its first defeat in conference play to then-No. 3 UCLA. With Read More…

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Chi falls in NCAA Singles Championship final

Down 6-5 in the second set after losing the first, Lynn Chi set her feet and hunched her back, ready to return Danielle Collins’ serve. But like so many other shots Chi had hit, the ball narrowly lined out, gifting Collins the point. Eyes down, Chi then slowly shuffled over Read More…

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Top court player wanted

After it finally beat Stanford to claim its first Pac-12 championship, the Cal women’s tennis team looked unbeatable. It appeared as if the team had all the necessary tools to win an NCAA title after a 14 dual-match win streak to go undefeated in conference play along with not only Read More…