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No. 6 Cal men’s tennis ready to face fellow UCs

This weekend will be a matchup between UC’s as the No. 6 Cal men’s tennis team (5-1) hosts its unranked siblings UC Davis (4-3) and UCSB (4-1). The Bears are heavily favored to win both weekend matches and keep their record at only one loss for the season, considering neither
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Cal men’s tennis defends title at Aggie Invitational

First impressions are overrated. Winning your first tournament, hitting a home run in your first at bat or scoring a touchdown on your first touch all seem to portend future greatness. But when you look back at the list of names of the players who accomplished these feats, there are
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No. 14 Cal men’s tennis dominates Purdue, 6-1

With rain pouring all week long, the Bears were hungry to get out and play. This rainy Sunday, Purdue was on their menu. The Cal men’s tennis team devoured the competition. Playing indoors at the Broadway Tennis Center in Burlingame, California, the No. 14 Cal men’s tennis team won with
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Cal men’s tennis to contend with Purdue on Sunday

The Cal men’s tennis team (6-2) has returned from the sunny skies of La Jolla, California, to a wet and damp Berkeley. With rain forecasted for Sunday, this weekend’s match has been moved inside to the Broadway Tennis Center in Burlingame, California. No. 14 Cal lost to then-No. 5 Oklahoma
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No. 12 Cal men’s tennis sweeps Pepperdine, 4-0

No. 12 Cal men’s tennis reinforced its status as one of the best teams in the nation by dismantling unranked Pepperdine in a 4-0 sweep Saturday at the Hellman Tennis Complex. The Waves never stood a chance. The Bears dominated every facet of the match, finishing in just less than
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Cal men’s tennis defeats Texas, TCU

No. 54 senior Oskar Wikberg was engaged in an intense match with TCU’s Eduardo Nava. Wikberg had lost the first set 4-6 and was battling with his opponent in the second set at 5-5. If he lost, the Cal men’s tennis team would give up the advantage it had gained
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