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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Extras from the Hilton Garden Inn Classic

Correy (not) in the house Outside hitter Correy Johnson saw very limited action this weekend, as she was nursing a sore hip. The junior didn’t play in the Bears’ opening match, was used in sparingly for the next two and didn’t even suit up for Cal’s final match.

Emma Lantos

Cal stays perfect, wins Hilton Garden Inn Classic

Though its play on the court was often far from flawless, the No. 1 Cal volleyball team remained perfect this weekend, tallying four more wins. The Bears (10-0) won all four of their matches without dropping a set at the Hilton Garden Inn Classic at Haas Pavilion. Senior Tarah Murrey
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Bears tested on first day of Hilton Garden Inn Classic

The Cal volleyball team still has not dropped a set this season, but had two close calls in its first two matches of the Hilton Garden Inn Classic on Friday. After handily taking the first two sets from the University of Texas-Arlington, 25-14, 25-9, the No. 1 Bears found themselves
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Senior Tarah Murrey was one of three Bears selected to the all-tournament team at the Holiday Inn Jefferson Cup.

Cal to host seven home matches over next eight days

In collegiate volleyball, a seven-match home stand usually translates to a few weekends hosting opponents in your gym. When the No. 1 Cal volleyball team welcomes University of Texas-Arlington, to Haas Pavilion at 1 p.m. on Friday, it will mark the first of seven straight home matches. In eight days.
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