Bears sweep competition in California Invitational

Cal senior Elizabeth McLaren was streaking down the pool as the late afternoon light cast shadows on the Spieker Aquatics Center. With each powerful stroke, McLaren was able to catch a glimpse of her teammates advancing the ball toward Loyola Marymount’s net. She was battling not only the defender hot
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Cal hosts Speedo Invitational

For the second straight weekend, the No. 2 Cal women’s water polo team will have four games over two days. Bears coach Richard Corso has no complaints. “I love it. It’s good,” Corso said. “It’s more adversity, and we need adversity.” Spieker Aquatics Complex plays host to eight teams this
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Sophomore driver Ashley Young was second on the team in scoring with 41 goals for her true freshman season in 2011.

Cal looks to build off rough end to 2011

This may be the year for No. 2 Cal women’s water polo. In 2009, the Bears finished No. 5. In 2010, the team finished third and in 2011, second. Only time will tell where the Bears will finish in 2012, yet the squad has a legitimate shot at winning the program’s
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Bears inconsistent despite weekend sweep

On paper, it looked like a perfect weekend for the No. 2 Cal women’s water polo team. The Bears went undefeated in the Spartan Invitational for the second straight year. In doing so, they outscored their opponents 49-23, beat two ranked teams and had 14 different players score. But Cal
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Junior goalie Stephanie Peckham was named the MPSF Tournament MVP after racking up 26 saves over three games.

Young Cal squad sets new milestones in 2011

Bears earn first conference crown, take second at NCAAs

Last season was a breakthrough campaign for the Cal women’s water polo team. After capping the program’s first ever NCAA Tournament appearance with a third place finish, the program had established itself as a national power — conference championships and title game appearances would not be far off. Apparently, coach Richard
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Sophomore Breda Vosters scored her first goal of the NCAA tournament on Sunday against Stanford.

Bears fall short in first ever NCAA final

Battling furiously near the front of the cage, Stanford’s Annika Dries received a perfect entry pass — only to find herself swarmed by four Cal players. Not that it mattered. Even eight defenders may not have been enough to contain the sophomore two-meter, who shrugged off the pressure and rifled
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