The Cal women's tennis team enters its fall season, which is composed primarily of individually-entered tournaments as opposed to team dual matches

Cal restarts NCAA title aspirations sans Juricova

Despite common misconception, head coach Amanda Augustus of cal women’s tennis team knows that collegiate tennis is more than just a spring sport. “That’s the common thing that people don’t understand,” Augustus said. “They think we’re only a spring sport. But we play a lot in the fall.” Because team
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Annie Goransson and the Bears advanced to the quarterfinals of NCAAs, but will need younger talent to step up as the Jana Juricova era comes to an end.

As Juricova era ends, Bears couldn’t get over the hump

This July marks five years since Jan Brogan, the winningest coach in Cal tennis history, handed the reins of the women’s tennis program to her former star, Amanda Augustus. Since the coaching change – the team’s first since 1978 – Augustus has piloted the team to five consecutive successful seasons,
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Susanyi falls in semis of NCAA Singles Championships

Zsofi Susanyi became the first Cal women’s tennis player to advance to the semifinals of the NCAA Championships as a freshman, falling to Stanford’s Mallory Burdette in Sunday’s national semifinal at Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga. Susanyi outperformed her elder teammates in the singles draw, including senior Jana
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Bears move on to face Yellow Jackets in NCAAs

The No. 9 Cal women’s tennis team advanced to the round of 16 at NCAAs for the sixth consecutive year, easily taking down Pepperdine 4-0 in the second round on Saturday at Hellman Tennis Complex. The Bears (19-6) will make a much farther trip than their upcoming opponents with a
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Senior Jana Juricova dropped her top-court match in straight sets. No Cal athlete on the top three courts earned a win against Stanford.

Cal slammed during finale to Pac-12 play

STANFORD, Calif. – The No. 10 Cal women’s tennis team was denied a portion of the Pac-12 title, falling 4-3 to No. 6 Stanford in the annual Big Slam on Saturday. For the first time in three years, Cal went 0-3 on the top three singles courts, as Stanford’s Mallory
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