BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

Sophie Durham

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The Cal men’s basketball team (8-22, 2-15) lost, 84-53, to Arizona State (20-9, 8-9) in one of its most embarrassing games of an already disastrous season.
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The Cal men’s basketball team (8-22, 2-15) lost, 84-53, to Arizona State (20-9, 8-9) in one of its most embarrassing games of an already disastrous season.
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In its last attempts to save some dignity in the regular season, Cal will head south to face Arizona State on Thursday before meeting No. 19 Arizona.
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In its last attempts to save some dignity in the regular season, Cal will head south to face Arizona State on Thursday before meeting No. 19 Arizona.
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Ignoring some trip-ups in the first half, the Cal men’s basketball team was playing smart on offense and tough on defense, a rare sight for a team that has had such an atrocious season. In a heartbreaking ending, the Cougars had the last word and stole the lead, winning 78-76
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Ignoring some trip-ups in the first half, the Cal men’s basketball team was playing smart on offense and tough on defense, a rare sight for a team that has had such an atrocious season. In a heartbreaking ending, the Cougars had the last word and stole the lead, winning 78-76
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Despite its shared abysmal conference record, Washington State bested Cal the first time the teams met, 78-53, in a game characterized by poor shooting and an unstructured defense.
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Despite its shared abysmal conference record, Washington State bested Cal the first time the teams met, 78-53, in a game characterized by poor shooting and an unstructured defense.
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Not a single player on the floor hit double figures until late in the second half, an embarrassing statistic for any team.
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Not a single player on the floor hit double figures until late in the second half, an embarrassing statistic for any team.
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With any luck, the huge boost in confidence that Cal gained from its last win will be its driving force against Colorado. Entering its final four weeks of conference play, all eyes will be on the Bears to see if they can turn this atrocious season into simply below average.
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With any luck, the huge boost in confidence that Cal gained from its last win will be its driving force against Colorado. Entering its final four weeks of conference play, all eyes will be on the Bears to see if they can turn this atrocious season into simply below average.
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In a desperate and futile fight to the end, the Cal men’s basketball team (7-14, 1-7) lost its seventh game in a row, falling to UCLA (14-7, 5-4), 70-57. While the loss was not unexpected, it only further buries the Bears in defeats and puts them in a bad position for their next game, another difficult challenge against USC (16-6, 7-2).
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In a desperate and futile fight to the end, the Cal men’s basketball team (7-14, 1-7) lost its seventh game in a row, falling to UCLA (14-7, 5-4), 70-57. While the loss was not unexpected, it only further buries the Bears in defeats and puts them in a bad position for their next game, another difficult challenge against USC (16-6, 7-2).
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This weekend, the Cal men’s basketball team (7-13, 1-6) flies down to Southern California for a two-game tour and a chance at redemption.
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This weekend, the Cal men’s basketball team (7-13, 1-6) flies down to Southern California for a two-game tour and a chance at redemption.
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Gibson slowed down or stopped oncoming attacks, and Boyd was able to communicate her vision of the field, usually anticipating an opponent’s next move.
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Gibson slowed down or stopped oncoming attacks, and Boyd was able to communicate her vision of the field, usually anticipating an opponent’s next move.
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While Cal continued with its full-court press on defense, it found itself in foul trouble early on, with both senior Marcus Lee and freshman Juhwan Harris-Dyson on the bench within the first five minutes with two fouls each.
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While Cal continued with its full-court press on defense, it found itself in foul trouble early on, with both senior Marcus Lee and freshman Juhwan Harris-Dyson on the bench within the first five minutes with two fouls each.
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