Bears blow by Trojans in Los Angeles

This was the way it was supposed to be the first time. After defeating USC by only four points just before New Year’s, the Cal men’s basketball team on Thursday night made the Trojans look like a team that has won only once since the start of the year. The
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Indoors, Bears look to survive Hurricanes

Since its season began in September, the Cal women’s tennis team has been focused on a singular goal: winning the NCAA Team Championships in late May. This weekend’s ITA National Team Indoor Championships will serve as a checkpoint for that aim, as the No. 7 Bears (4-0) are hoping to
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Cal faces Hawaii without Konigsfeldt

After a week of difficult losses to UCLA and USC, the No. 13 Cal men’s tennis team had been hoping to rebound.  The Bears’ 6-1 victory against Sacramento State on Wednesday proved to be a good start, but the team is still looking for more in preparation for next week’s
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Bears to open much-anticipated campaign in Tempe tournament

As the month of February labors on and the lull between the end of football season and the beginning of baseball season begins, sports fans retreat into a type of sports-fan hibernation. They patiently wait for any type of relevant free-agent news and desperately attempt to find any type of
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Bears battle Card in final dual meet

In a season filled with many memories of last year’s NCAA championship-winning Cal women’s swim team, none are stronger than this: a thrilling, 155-145 victory against rival Stanford in the Big Meet to close out the regular season. This time, the No. 1 Bears travel to Palo Alto to take
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Bears hope for happy results at Washington meet

The Cal track and field team will be splitting its squad this weekend, sending a small group to New Mexico and a larger delegation to Washington. The Don Kirby Invitational will take place Friday in Albuquerque, N.M., as a one-day event while the Flotrack Husky Indoor Classic will last Friday
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Cal to take on two top-10 teams at home

The chance to get to see two top-10 teams square off is rare. The opportunity to see three top teams compete is even more of an anomaly. On Sunday, the Cal men’s gymnastics team will host Stanford and Oklahoma in a three-way contest at Haas Pavilion. The meet, scheduled for
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Cal stings Hornets with 6-1 win

The No. 13 Cal men’s tennis team had clinched the match over an hour ago when Ben McLachlan utterly stifled his opponent. Since the Bears had already nabbed the doubles point and two singles matches, McLachlan’s swift 6-0, 6-2, victory gave the Bears the fourth and winning point of the
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She got swag

Lindsay Gottlieb has the tools and the personality to take Cal women’s basketball to the next level.

Lindsay Gottlieb might have been the happiest person in Berkeley. In front of a crowd of just over 500, the new Cal women’s basketball coach and her team put on a spectacular debut, thrashing Vanguard in a 99-58 exhibition beatdown. During the post-game conference, the excited Gottlieb was doing the
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