Power Rankings: No. 6 women’s crew

Team Jill.2013

Editor’s Note: Over summer, the Daily Californian will be releasing its power rankings of Cal’s sports as decided by the Daily Cal sports staff. Stay tuned for No. 4 and No. 3 next week! The Cal women’s crew team has always been one of Cal’s more impressive varsity teams, despite
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Olympics wrapup: Day six

Erin Cafaro and the U.S. women’s eight team captured gold for the sixth straight year. The United States held off Canada by two thirds of a length at the finish. Julie Nichols and partner Kristin Hedstrom came in fourth in the semifinals of the women’s lightweight double sculls with a time of 7:12.61.
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Caitlin Leverenz won a bronze medal in the 200 IM, becoming the fifth Cal athlete to medal in London.

Olympics wrapup: Day four

First and foremost, although he’s not a Cal alum it bears mentioning that Michael Phelps became the most decorated Olympian in history after winning his 19th career medal. He anchored the men’s 800 free relay that won gold. Also, the U.S. women’s gymnastics team captured gold for the first time
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Meet the Coaches

An introduction to the five Cal coaches who will be taking part in the 2012 Olympics

An introduction to the five Cal coaches who will be taking part in the 2012 Olympics
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For second straight year, Bears finish third at NCAAs

The top-ranked Cal women’s rowing team concluded the NCAA Championships on Sunday with a third place finish at Lake Mercer in West Windsor, N.J. The Bears earned a total of 78 points at NCAAs, with title-winner Virginia earning itself 87 points. This was the second year in a row that
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Women’s crew finishes in third place at NCAAs

The No. 2 Cal women’s crew team was two points shy of the 2011 NCAA Championship title. All three boats advanced to the finals on Sunday morning, but their 83 total points ended their run in third place. Though tying Stanford with 85 points, Brown won the title due to
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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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