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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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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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Cal welcomes No. 1 USC, No. 12 UCLA to Spieker

After losing its undefeated record last weekend, the No. 3 Cal women’s swimming team will attempt to bounce back in its next meet against the best team in the country. After last weekend’s disappointing loss against No. 6 Arizona, the Bears spent the week working on both technical and mental
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National champs slip in season warmup to ‘Cats

As the defending two-time national champions, the Cal women’s swimming team always has a target on its back. On Friday, after eight weeks’ break from competitive swimming, the Bears forgot, and the Wildcats took their aim. “Arizona was definitely ready to go,” associate head coach Kristen Cunnane said. “We’re the
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Bears eager to cage ‘Cats in dual

Fall season is usually the time to train for the NCAAs against other teams, but  the Cal women’s swimming team decided it doesn’t need as many dual meets as it needs other opponents. This fall, the Bears (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12) only competed in four dual meets. In contrast, No. 6
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