Mike the Crew Coach Feature

For the love of rowing

Mike Teti's decision to take up rowing as a high school senior opened up a whole new world of Olympic success — first as an athlete, and now as a coach for Team USA.

Mike Teti never could have imagined the impact his decision to join the rowing team in high school would have on the rest of his life. The story of Teti, now the head coach of the Cal men’s crew team, starts in West Philadelphia, as a kid who never thought
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Fifteen Bears qualified for Olympics, more to come

Though the 2012 London Olympics don’t start until July 27, 15 Cal athletes, coaches, ex-players and athletic personnel have already punched their tickets to London. After 47 Bears qualified for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, there’s a good chance even more will represent Cal in London. Of the 15 representatives who
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Men’s side settles for third place at IRA Championship

First held in 1895, the  Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship Regatta is the oldest college rowing championship in the United States. The Cal men’s crew team has won the IRA national championship 16 times in program history, second to Cornell. The Bears’ most recent national victory was just last year and
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Cal women capture fourth straight Pac-10 title

Both the Cal men’s and women’s crew teams headed to Lake Natoma, Calif. this weekend for the Pac-10 Championships — but only the top-ranked women came back as Pac-10 champions. The No. 2 men were runners-up to the University of Washington. The Cal women emerged victorious in three races out
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