Cal Track and Field demonstrates Bear athleticism

We know, no one really follows track and field all that closely. It’s not exactly a team sport, since the team scores are just the sum of the individual sports. But while track and field is a not a team sport, it is the epitome of athletic prowess. And Cal’s
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Rough season leaves Cal looking for more

The 2012 Cal lacrosse team had its best season since 2005. But even the Bears’ 8-8 record left something to be desired. After suffering several close losses, Cal went on a four-game winning streak in early April before losing Megan Takacs, the team’s leading scorer, to a season-ending injury. Although
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Cal hopes to play MPSF Cinderella

The No. 4 Cal women’s water polo team is in dangerous waters. The Bears are seeded fifth in this weekend’s MPSF tournament, but only the winner earns the conference’s automatic bid. This year’s NCAA tournament field will only have two at-large bids, meaning Cal will have to win the conference tournament
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Aztecs hope to ruin Ochsner’s homecoming

San Diego has become a hub of competitive water polo and a wellspring of young water polo talent. Cal junior Dana Ochsner grew up in this water polo community, playing top high school and club teams throughout her upbringing. She will return to San Diego with the No. 5 Cal
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Conference roundup: MPSF men’s water polo

Quick Look: The MPSF might be the nation’s strongest conference: all nine teams are in the NCAA top 10 — the top nine, to be exact. Every team in the MPSF went undefeated last weekend in each respective season opener.