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Cal women’s soccer falls to No. 1 Stanford, 1-0

All it took was five seconds. One second for senior Haley Lukas to commit to a tackle, three seconds for Stanford freshman Madison Haley to turn the other way and slip the ball between Cal’s defense to fellow Cardinal freshman Catarina Macario and one second for Macario to hit the
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No. 16 Cal women’s soccer falls to No. 6 UCLA, 1-0

If you ask people from Northern California what they think of Southern California, and vice versa, the answer is generally negative. The animosity among those from these two regions is so fierce, in fact, that you might as well treat them as two different states. This rivalry was on full
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No. 20 Cal women’s soccer triumphs over Colorado, 1-0

Less than a week after the No. 20 Cal women’s soccer team (9-2-1. 2-1-1) pushed forward to find an equalizer as time dwindled against Arizona, the Bears found themselves on the opposite side of the ball. With Colorado desperately searching for a goal, Cal’s defense was tasked with the difficult
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Cal women’s soccer to battle with pair of Pac-12 opponents

Cal sophomore Abi Kim is keeping pace with most of the Buffs’ leaders, with 5 goals and 29 shots of her own, followed closely by junior Miranda Nild, who has 4 goals and 21 shots. But in pure aggressiveness, Kornieck blows everyone out of the water, with a total of 47 shots this season, putting her in second place in the Pac-12.
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