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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Jocelyn Huang

Senior Staff

Jocelyn Huang was the summer 2021 managing editor. She joined The Daily Californian as a copy editor in fall 2019 and was a deputy night editor in spring 2020, the night editor in summer 2020, the head of copy chiefs in fall 2020, the deputy special issues editor in spring 2021 and the editorial hiring manager in spring 2022. She has covered Cal women's gymnastics, men's gymnastics and men's swimming and diving. She has also served as a social media copy chief, sports copy chief, layout designer, editorial board member and night producer.

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An injury-marred Cal team fought to the finish at the Stanford Open on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough to top No. 1 Stanford or Team USA.
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An injury-marred Cal team fought to the finish at the Stanford Open on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough to top No. 1 Stanford or Team USA.
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Among Cal’s most anticipated performances is Noah Newfeld, who will look to punch his ticket to the Winter Cup after doing so at the same event last year.
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Among Cal’s most anticipated performances is Noah Newfeld, who will look to punch his ticket to the Winter Cup after doing so at the same event last year.
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After a significantly strong start to the season, Cal faltered as it opened conference play, narrowly beating Arizona 196.4-196.1 in Tucson on Friday night
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After a significantly strong start to the season, Cal faltered as it opened conference play, narrowly beating Arizona 196.4-196.1 in Tucson on Friday night
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When Cal faces No. 33 Arizona on Friday evening, it will have a chance to secure not only its first dual meet win but also a third substantial away mark.
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When Cal faces No. 33 Arizona on Friday evening, it will have a chance to secure not only its first dual meet win but also a third substantial away mark.
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Despite losing to Stanford’s 410.5, Cal posted its second-highest season-opening result in the modern scoring era — a 394.95 — and rose to No. 6 in the nation.
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Despite losing to Stanford’s 410.5, Cal posted its second-highest season-opening result in the modern scoring era — a 394.95 — and rose to No. 6 in the nation.
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In addition to winning its session and posting its highest season-opening score ever, Cal had the second-highest score in Las Vegas, behind only No. 1 Oklahoma.
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In addition to winning its session and posting its highest season-opening score ever, Cal had the second-highest score in Las Vegas, behind only No. 1 Oklahoma.
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With the mentality of underdogs, the Bears put up dominant performances at the Minnesota Invitational, taking home 14 first-place finishes.
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With the mentality of underdogs, the Bears put up dominant performances at the Minnesota Invitational, taking home 14 first-place finishes.
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Though Texas came out of the Minnesota Invitational on top last year, Cal enters this year’s rendition having won the two teams’ most recent matchup.
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Though Texas came out of the Minnesota Invitational on top last year, Cal enters this year’s rendition having won the two teams’ most recent matchup.
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No. 1 Cal men’s swimming showed its prowess Friday when it faced No. 6 Stanford in the Triple Distance Meet, winning three out of six events and both relays.
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No. 1 Cal men’s swimming showed its prowess Friday when it faced No. 6 Stanford in the Triple Distance Meet, winning three out of six events and both relays.
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Although Cal nearly swept the Triple Distance Meet last year, fans should anticipate a close match between the Bay Area rivals.
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Although Cal nearly swept the Triple Distance Meet last year, fans should anticipate a close match between the Bay Area rivals.
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