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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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An Olympic first

Sarah Attar, who is eligible to compete for Saudi Arabia because her father was born there, is one of the first two Saudi Arabian women to ever compete in the Olympics. Judo competitor Wodjan Shaherkhani, born in Mecca, is the other. In the first Olympics since the Arab Spring began two years ago, Brunei, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are all sending women for the first time. A female athlete will represent each of the 204 countries in the Olympics for the first time in the history of the competition.
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Pepperdine storms Cal in 2011 opener

Waves' Guajardo shines with a pair of goals

The buzz at Edwards Stadium for the Cal women’s soccer team’s season opener probably also fed off this summer’s World Cup performance by new U.S. star (and former Bears standout) Alex Morgan. On Friday afternoon against Pepperdine, Cal surely could have used her offensive talent. The now Morgan-less Bears squad
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