Cal men’s water polo loses to Pacific, routs Pepperdine

The clang of the metal chair against the hard concrete wall reverberated through Spieker Aquatic Complex on Saturday afternoon. Odysseas Masmanidis, enraged by his team’s 11-10 loss to Pacific, had put the full force of his body behind his throw, echoing his and his team’s frustration over their close defeat.
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Cal field hockey beats UMass-Lowell, Pacific

Two weeks ago, the Cal field hockey team surrendered 10 goals to No. 1 UConn — the team’s biggest blowout loss since 2002. The loss forced the team into an impasse and directed it to a fork in the road with two possible destinations. “Honestly, that was a pretty bad
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Field Hockey vs. Pacific

Late goal not enough to overcome Stanford’s Dru

Friday night saw a battle between longtime rivals who happen to be the West Coast’s lone premiere field hockey teams. This matchup, between No. 12 Cal and No. 8 Stanford, certainly lived up to the hype. Both squads traded early punches, but the Cardinal gained the upper hand midway through
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Bears thrash Tigers in NorPac opener

If anyone was worried about a letdown after two upset victories the previous week, the Cal field hockey team answered back emphatically. The squad’s 10-0 victory over Pacific was the most goals the Bears have posted since they blanked Appalachian State, 11-0, six years ago. Right from the start, Cal
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Bears jump on Tigers early in nonconference finale

The last time David Esquer made this many substitutions, the Cal baseball team was mired in an 8-0 hole after six innings at Stanford. Tuesday afternoon’s 9-2 win at Pacific was nearly a complete 180 — the Bears were already up 8-2 after three. Backed by left fielder Austin Booker’s
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