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Power Rankings: No. 3 women’s swim

At the beginning of the season, the Cal women’s swimming team displayed an incredible amount of potential to defend its national championship title for the third year in a row. Despite losing eight seniors to start the season, such as multiple-NCAA winner Liv Jensen and Olympic silver medalist Sara Isakovic,
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Journey of Hope: Cindy Tran’s Upbringing

In 1975, 14-year old Mark Tran was forced out from his childhood home in Phnom Penh by the Khmer Rouge. The Khmer Rouge forced him, his mother and four of his nine siblings out of their family home in the Cambodian capital under the false pretense that the Americans were
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Freshman star, but Cal women’s swimming falls to third at Pac-12s

Though No. 2 Cal finished third in the Pac-12 championships on Saturday, the Bears sent a message that the freshman class will be a threat for many more years. Freshman Elizabeth Pelton led the Bears in the effort to defend their Pac-12 title by setting an American record in the 200 back for the title. Earlier in the competition, Pelton defeated teammate Caitlin Leverenz by two hundredths of a second in the 200 IM.
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Cal splits against USC, UCLA

With two events left to swim on Friday at the Spieker Aquatics Complex, the Cal women’s swimming team was only 16 points behind USC with one of its best events left. Freshman Elizabeth Pelton and senior Caitlin Leverenz came into the 200 IM with the two top times in the
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