Bears shut out Bruins in 4-0 road win

Johnson strikes out seven in two-hit outing

After four straight losses in late April, Cal baseball coach David Esquer started tinkering with his lineup. Change for change’s sake, he said then, desperate to shake things up after the team’s putrid offensive stretch. The runs ticked back up a little, but Esquer wasn’t finished shifting the order. Stability
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Bears capture NCAA opener against Gamecocks

Six errors proved to be to be costly mistakes in Jacksonville State’s contest against the No. 7-seeded Cal softball team. The fifth-ranked Bears turned the miscues into an early 6-0 lead and rode the momentum all the way to a 6-3 victory in Friday’s Louisville Regional opener in Louisville, Ky.
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Cal, BYU to square off once again for national crown

Bears enter Saturday's title match as underdogs

The Cal rugby team has entered every contest this season as the heavy-handed favorite – until this weekend. The last time the Bears lost an official collegiate competition – excluding their defeat in a sevens tournament last year – was to BYU in the national title game two years ago,
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Bears shake layoff to top Aggies

Two weeks ago, Cal baseball coach David Esquer was worrying about his sophomore starter Justin Jones. “Hopefully by getting him out there over and over and over again then we get that old Justin Jones knowing the lights out pitcher that he is,” Esquer said. Maybe Jones is back. In
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Bears run by Utes, into national final

For many Cal students, Saturday marked the end of their collegiate careers as they participated in commencement activities in Berkeley. Meanwhile in Glendale, Colo., the seniors of the Cal rugby team extended their playing careers by one more game with a 62-14 drubbing of Utah in the national semifinal match.
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Cal women capture fourth straight Pac-10 title

Both the Cal men’s and women’s crew teams headed to Lake Natoma, Calif. this weekend for the Pac-10 Championships — but only the top-ranked women came back as Pac-10 champions. The No. 2 men were runners-up to the University of Washington. The Cal women emerged victorious in three races out
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Bears take two in Arizona, earn Louisville Regional bid

Yesterday evening, the No. 5 Cal softball team gathered in Haas Pavilion with friends and family to watch the NCAA Selection Show. The regular season was over, and there wasn’t much left for the Bears to do but sit back, waiting to find out where they would travel for their
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Stewart takes home conference hurdles title

After breaking a school record in the 60m hurdles in February, Ray Stewart wasn’t impressed. “I definitely feel like I can run faster,” he said. Stewart has yet to stop impressing since then, continually earning himself a spot in track highlights and headlines. His most recent accomplishment came at this
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Cal dispatches Trojans, advances to round of 16

With the Cal women’s tennis team needing one more win to clinch a victory over No. 18 USC, sophomore Tayler Davis found herself on the wrong side of a 5-1 score in the third set in her match against the Trojans’ Cristala Andrews. Six games later, Davis rocketed a backhand
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McLachlan’s win helps Cal advance

  Riki McLachlan wasn’t supposed to play singles in Saturday’s  second round NCAA match with Fresno State; a last-minute lineup change substituted him for his freshman, brother Ben. But it was his sixth-court victory at the Hellman Tennis Complex that clinched the day’s 4-3 tilt for the No. 14 Cal
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