It’s all over now, Baby Blue

Hey, girl. I got your note. It’s a good thing you kept it short, “For Rent” is about as terse as it gets, otherwise I’d probably try again to talk you into keeping me around for a little while longer. I could barely see the sign loosely taped outside my
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On par

Growing up in Sweden, Daniela Holmqvist idolized Annika Sorenstam. Now, she looks to make her own name in the LPGA.

They were raised in Sweden and excelled in multiple sports as children. Both came to the United States for college and played golf for Pac-12 teams. They have met each other in the past and will have more encounters through the Swedish national team. Annika Sorenstam and Daniela Holmqvist began their
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Cal opens postseason play with familiar opponent

A year removed from reaching the national championship, the No. 10 Cal volleyball team opens NCAA tournament play this week with hopes of replicating its best postseason in school history. And even before the tournament has started, it’s already reminiscent of last year’s as the squad will takes on North Carolina,
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Bears split time in two meets in Georgia

The Cal men’s swim team will be over 2,000 miles from Berkeley this weekend, its four-day trip to Georgia as far as any Bear will travel this season. So it makes sense that No. 6 Cal will be making the most out of its trip. Current and former Bear swimmers
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Pac-12 Coach Rankings

No. 1: Chip Kelly — Oregon (10-2, 8-1) There might be a 30 for 30 on Chip Kelly someday. Whatever you think of him personally, the kind of players he recruits and the sort of extracurricular activities his player have, the guy can flat out coach. Crushing No. 4 Stanford
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The mystique of a Steele quarterback

Somewhere out there far among the American flatlands, there walks a man named Steele. He currently roams the Iowa State sidelines; cap turned backward and clipboard in hand. Hobbled slightly by a tweak in his foot, Steele has been relegated to the sidelines for further examination. Only two months after
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Cal’s guards lasso Cowboys at Haas

The Haas Pavilion crowd let out a roar as Allen Crabbe’s 3-pointer hit nothing but net as time expired in the first half. His buzzer beater had given the Cal men’s basketball team a two-point lead going into intermission, a small cushion after a neck-and-neck first half on Monday night.
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Born to run

Maxime Chevee arrived in coach Tony Sandoval's office four years ago with no guarantees. Now, he leads the cross country team.

Maxime Chevee was nervous. Beads of sweat rolled down his face as he slowly took his place at the starting line on the track at Edwards Stadium. With a second to look around at his surroundings, he saw equally anxious runners next to him on the track, those trying to
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