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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Slow start spells doom for Bears

Cal had nothing to lose. The team trailed by two points with only a minute remaining in a contest against No. 5 Arizona State. Coach Richard Corso pulled junior keeper Lindsay Dorst to gain an extra attacker. All the Bears could hope for was a comeback miracle. Cal failed to
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Cal to count on leaders during tough stretch

The Cal women’s water polo team is about to hit rough waters on its journey back to the NCAA championship. The success of the voyage will fall on the shoulders of the team’s four leaders, senior Elizabeth McLaren, juniors Breda Vosters and Dana Ocshner and sophomore Ashley Young. Although it
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Vosters’ late goal seals Cal victory

Junior Breda Vosters never shies away from the opportunity to shoot. She didn’t this weekend in the Cal women’s water polo team’s 8-6 victory over No. 8 UC Irvine on Saturday. With 1:21 left in the contest at Spieker Aquatics Center, Vosters had the ball roughly nine meters from the
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MPSF finals preview for Cal at UCI Invite

The MPSF finals seems to have come early this year. Although the finals are still a few weeks away, the Cal women’s water polo team will travel to Irvine this weekend to compete in the UCI Invitational. Of the 16 teams in the tournament, all are ranked in the top 20.
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