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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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

Yuqing Qiu

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In addition to winning the Peter J. Cutino award, Papanikolau was also named MVP of the NCAA Championship, ACWPC National Player of the Year, MPSF Player of the Year and a member of the ACWPC All-American first team.
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In addition to winning the Peter J. Cutino award, Papanikolau was also named MVP of the NCAA Championship, ACWPC National Player of the Year, MPSF Player of the Year and a member of the ACWPC All-American first team.
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The years of training in both Taiwan and the United States polished down his rough edges and taught him to never back down.
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The years of training in both Taiwan and the United States polished down his rough edges and taught him to never back down.
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On Saturday, Oklahoma proved why it deserves to be the No. 2 college men’s gymnastics team in the nation. It just so happened that No. 10 Cal was on the other side of it.
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On Saturday, Oklahoma proved why it deserves to be the No. 2 college men’s gymnastics team in the nation. It just so happened that No. 10 Cal was on the other side of it.
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After ending their last meet knowing they had more to give, the Bears look to wrap the season up nicely starting with their final meet at home in Haas Pavilion.
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After ending their last meet knowing they had more to give, the Bears look to wrap the season up nicely starting with their final meet at home in Haas Pavilion.
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Cal men’s gymnastics ripped through its previous season-high score 393 with 401.150, which was accompanied by legions of season bests and personal records.
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Cal men’s gymnastics ripped through its previous season-high score 393 with 401.150, which was accompanied by legions of season bests and personal records.
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No. 9 Cal men’s gymnastics was able to master both fight and flight –– flying and fighting their way through the Pac-12 Invite, claiming second place.
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No. 9 Cal men’s gymnastics was able to master both fight and flight –– flying and fighting their way through the Pac-12 Invite, claiming second place.
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After persevering through multiple obstacles thrown its way, the Cal men’s gymnastics is close to breaking the 400-point mark for the first time since 2019.
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After persevering through multiple obstacles thrown its way, the Cal men’s gymnastics is close to breaking the 400-point mark for the first time since 2019.
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The Cal men’s gymnastics team, clad in blue and gold, stood out against the army of red and white that made up No. 2 Oklahoma and No. 1 Stanford.
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The Cal men’s gymnastics team, clad in blue and gold, stood out against the army of red and white that made up No. 2 Oklahoma and No. 1 Stanford.
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The blue and gold gave their 100% and began their season on a roll with a marginal victory – 382.100-310.900 over SC United — and eight athletes beating their personal records that night.
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The blue and gold gave their 100% and began their season on a roll with a marginal victory – 382.100-310.900 over SC United — and eight athletes beating their personal records that night.
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Six players made the ACWPC All-America team and head coach Kirk Everist was named National Coach of the Year.
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Six players made the ACWPC All-America team and head coach Kirk Everist was named National Coach of the Year.
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