Cal's season came to an abrupt end Sunday, as the Bears fell to USC in the MPSF third-place game. Cal fell to Stanford in the conference semifinal a day before.

Bears, postseason hopes fall in 3rd-place game

Forty-three seconds were left in the Cal women’s water polo consolation game against USC on Sunday, and the Bears were in the midst of their final timeout, the team’s postseason fate on the line. Cal needed to beat the third-seeded Trojans to earn a third-place finish in the MPSF tournament
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Sophomore Ashley Young is tied with Elizabeth McLaren for second on the team with 24 goals this season. Breda Vosters has played two fewer games and leads the team with 44 goals.

Cal hopes to play MPSF Cinderella

The No. 4 Cal women’s water polo team is in dangerous waters. The Bears are seeded fifth in this weekend’s MPSF tournament, but only the winner earns the conference’s automatic bid. This year’s NCAA tournament field will only have two at-large bids, meaning Cal will have to win the conference tournament
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Bears fall in Stanford scoring spree

The No. 4 Cal women’s water polo team came into its match against No. 1 Stanford riding a wave of momentum. The Bears (17-7, 4-3 in the MPSF) had surpassed No. 5 Arizona State in the rankings after earning their biggest win of the year against then No. 1 UCLA.
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The No. 5 Cal women's water polo team will face No. 2 Stanford for the second time this season on Saturday.

Cal looking for respect in Big Splash

After the No. 5 Cal women’s water polo team beat No. 1 UCLA last Saturday, coach Richard Corso finally felt his team was playing up to its potential. Apparently the rest of the water polo world didn’t think so. “I’m sick of people telling us it was an upset,” Corso
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Be true to your school

For goalie Lindsay Dorst, a collegiate aquatics career was all in the family. Yet her decision to attend Cal radically split the family tree.

In her fourth year as a keeper for the Cal water polo program, Lindsay Dorst has faced the best collegiate water polo can offer. This year, Lindsay encountered a new challenge. Whenever Cal plays UCLA or Stanford, Lindsay is pitted against familiar faces in an unfamiliar setting. Across the pool
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Bears to face No. 1 UCLA in home finale

The Cal and UCLA women’s water polo teams have met once this year in a game that catapulted them on divergent paths. On Feb. 4, the Bears were 10-0 on the season and ranked second in the country, close to making the jump to the top of the collegiate water
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