The Bears, who sit atop the Pac-12 standings, are leading the conference in hitting percentage.

No. 1 Bears head to L.A. for first Pac-12 trip

Memories of the Galen Center on the USC campus are particularly vivid for some members of the Cal volleyball team. “We had match point,” junior Correy Johnson said. “And we lost it ourselves. We had a hitting error into the net on match point.” The Trojans handed the Bears their
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The Big Spike Cal vs Stanford womens volleyball

Extra points from Cal’s weekend wins

Recharging batteries The Bears wrapped up a seven-game home stand that spanned eight days on Saturday with a win over Utah. While Cal has only dropped one set this year – the first against Stanford last Tuesday – the Bears looked sluggish against the Utes and Colorado this weekend.

Volleyball vs. Colorado

No. 1 Bears lose Gehan, but win two weekend matches

Despite two wins this weekend, the No. 1 Cal volleyball team suffered its first major loss of the year. As the Bears (13-0, 3-0 in the Pac-12) and Colorado (5-6, 0-3) neared the end of Friday’s second set, Cal’s outside hitter Adrienne Gehan dislocated her ankle coming down from a
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Cal overcomes mediocre play, defeats Colorado

As senior outside hitter Tarah Murrey rocketed a spike off Colorado’s Megan Beckwith to seal the final set, the No. 1 Cal volleyball team defeated the Buffaloes 3-0 (25-17, 26-24, 25-15) at Haas Pavilion on Friday evening. Murrey led Cal’s offense as the only Bear with double digit kills, notching
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Tarah Murrey

Beast Mode

Tarah Murrey, the Cal volleyball team’s All-American outside hitter, pushes herself athletically, physically and mentally to feast on opposing players.

Tarah Murrey went up for one of her many lethal swings on Nov. 19, 2010 in the Cal volleyball team’s match against rival Stanford. By the time she returned to the ground, so had her defender. It’s not unusual for a libero to fall to the floor diving for a
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Jonathan Kuperberg

Cal is favorite in Big Spike and will be for some time

It was the pivotal point in a sensational season. On Oct. 22, 2010, the Cal volleyball team went into Maples Pavilion on the Stanford campus and did more than just win a match — the squad made a statement. The Bears’ 3-1 victory over then-No. 2 Stanford catapulted them up
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