Correy Johnson tallied two blocks, a .500 hitting percentage and a match-high 12 kills against FIU.

Extras from the Cal Molten Classic

The Cal volleyball swept all three matches during this past weekend’s Cal Molten Classic. Player of the Weekend: Correy Johnson Johnson alternated between the right side, her position for the last two seasons, and middle hitter over the course of the three matches, but moving around the court didn’t slow
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Junior Correy Johnson hit .500 in the Bears’ victory over FIU.

Player of the Week: Correy Johnson

Junior Correy Johnson powered the Cal volleyball team to the Cal Molten Classic title in the Bears’ opening weekend, earning tournament MVP honors. After a quiet opener against UC Riverside, Johnson caught fire against Fairfield on Saturday morning and was blazing by the evening’s contest against Florida International Univeristy. In
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Junior Correy Johnson hit .500 in the Bears’ victory over FIU.

Barrett, Johnson shine in opening weekend

For two years, Elly Barrett watched from the sidelines as setter Carli Lloyd ran the Cal volleyball team’s offense. On Friday night in the Bears’ season opener against UC Riverside, Lloyd was perched in the Haas Pavilion stands, watching her successor lead No. 3 Cal to a convincing sweep of
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Bears top Highlanders in straight sets

An emphatic kill by outside hitter Adrienne Gehan sealed a 25-17 win in the final set as the No. 3 Cal volleyball team earned its first win of the 2011 campaign with a 3-0 (25-11, 25-17, 25-17) sweep of UC Riverside. The Bears only allowed the Highlanders to tie the
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Christina Jones

A new quarterback won’t stop these surging Bears

At Cal, we are more than familiar with the aftermath of losing an incredible quarterback. Perhaps current students only know Aaron Rodgers as the alumnus that won the Super Bowl last season, but I remember him as the savior of Cal football that brought us some respectability. After Rodgers bolted
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All-American Tarah Murrey returns to lead the Bears as the biggest offensive threat.

Cal slightly modifies recipe for success

Volleyball Season Preview The Cal volleyball team is coming off its best season in program history. The Bears took their first Pac-10 title, and made their first appearance in the national championship match. One school of thought would be not to mess with success and simply plug in new players
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Bears open season against barren Riverside

Eight months after dropping the NCAA championship match to Penn State last December, the No. 3 Cal volleyball team will see its first action of the 2011 season this weekend. The Bears will host the Cal Molten Classic today and Saturday at Haas Pavillion, inviting UC Riverside, Fairfield and Florida
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Must-See: Volleyball vs. USC, Oct. 29

The Big Spike is almost always the Cal volleyball team’s biggest home match of the year. This season is one of those rare exceptions. While the Sept. 13 cross-bay rivalry match pits two of the nation’s top teams, it loses some of its magnitude by coming so early in the season.
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Cal takes third place in Director’s Cup standings

Finish is school's highest ever

In 2010-2011, six Cal teams finished in the top three nationally. Now, for the first time, so has the athletic program itself. With 1,219.50 points, Cal placed third for its highest-ever showing in the Director’s Cup standings, which rank the success of national intercollegiate athletics programs based on finishes in up
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2011-2012 Storylines: How far can volleyball go without Carli Lloyd?

Other 2011-2012 Storylines: Baseball | M. Hoops | W. Hoops |  Tennis | Swimming | Water Polo This past year in athletics was a wild one, to say the least. The Bears became swimming pool royalty — and nearly pulled off a similar sweep in water polo to rule aquatics altogether. Cal squads set notable milestones, both good (see: softball) and
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