Cal upsets former coach Boyle’s No. 22 Virginia

In Sunday’s 59-50 victory against No. 22 Virginia at Stan Sheriff Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, the Cal women’s basketball team’s biggest matchup was not about the players but rather on the sidelines. After a mediocre 18-16 record last season, former Bears coach Joanne Boyle took the vacant head coaching job
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Cal says aloha to ranked competition

On the third day of the Waikiki Beach Mariott Rainbow Wahine Showdown, the Cal women’s basketball team will reunite with former head coach Joanne Boyle. Only this year, Boyle won’t pace the length of Cal’s bench. She now presides at the helm of No. 22 Virginia, whom the Bears (2-1)
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Cal pounds away to easy victory over Illinois

After four and a half minutes of sloppy offense against Illinois, the Cal women’s basketball team got its first big break when guard Lindsay Sherbert drained the first 3-pointer from the corner. Twenty-three seconds later, Sherbert went back to the exact same spot and scored again, widening the lead, 11-5.
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Post advantage propels Bears to win in home opener

After a week of unrest throughout the campus, Chancellor Robert Birgeneau was probably hoping that whatever free time he did have could be spent in the least stressful way possible. Luckily for him, the Cal women’s basketball team did not cause him any additional grief, as they took care of
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New coach aspires for old success

On April 10, former head coach Joanne Boyle — the winningest coach in program history — left the Cal women’s basketball team to accept a job at Virginia. With the Bears’ coaching job vacant, all signs for a new coaching job pointed towards Lindsay Gottlieb, Boyle’s former assistant coach from
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Cal falls to Rutgers in season opener

If only the Cal women’s basketball team could have ended Sunday’s matinee against No. 16 Rutgers at the half, the Bears would have emerged with an upset win to start the season. After 20 minutes at the Luis Brown Athletic Center in Brunswick, NJ. the Scarlet Knights had taken more
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New-look Cal opens season on the road

Guard Layshia Clarendon usually doesn’t like to travel, but she will make an exception this year. It’s not that Clarendon misses the airline food or the long airport lines. She is just fired about traveling with the Cal women’s basketball team and building camraderie that was lacking in the previous
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