Cal lacrosse falls to Old Dominion, 13-12, at Memorial Stadium

In a game that took a long time to develop and never really felt close until the final minutes, Cal women’s lacrosse attacker Bella Huther’s standout performance — five goals on seven shots, including Cal’s only two successful free-position shots — was not enough to propel the Bears to victory.
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Cal lacrosse hosts Old Dominion

Coming off of a tough early season loss with a failed comeback from a big early deficit against Michigan — an emotional roller coaster through and through — the Cal lacrosse team will look to bounce back swiftly this weekend when it hosts Old Dominion at Memorial Stadium on Sunday.
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Cal lacrosse welcomes Michigan to Memorial Stadium

The Cal lacrosse team is currently 1-1 after a win against St. Mary’s College and a loss to then-No. 12 Notre Dame. The Bears will hope to earn their second win in a row in a tough clash against Michigan at Memorial Stadium on Tuesday in Cal’s third game of
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With 18-10 win, Cal lacrosse gets season off on right foot

Led by Lizz Lavie with two goals and five assists and by Sasha Anielski with four first-half goals, the Cal lacrosse team dominated St. Mary’s on Wednesday afternoon, bouncing back from a defeat last Sunday to then-No. 12 Notre Dame with a 18-10 win in the Bears’ second game of
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Cal lacrosse falls to No. 12 Notre Dame

Brooke Eubanks’ debut as head coach of the Cal women’s lacrosse team was a memorable one, and not just for fans of the Bears. In what was thought to be an exciting matchup with nationally ranked No. 12 Notre Dame coming to Memorial Stadium, the new head coach’s debut was
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Schmidt named lacrosse assistant coach

Former Fresno State assistant coach and Stanford All-American Lauren Schmidt has joined the Cal lacrosse program as an assistant coach. After earning the MPSF Women’s Lacrosse Player of the year twice while playing for Stanford, Schmidt was an assistant coach for the Bulldogs last year.
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Rough season leaves Cal looking for more

The 2012 Cal lacrosse team had its best season since 2005. But even the Bears’ 8-8 record left something to be desired. After suffering several close losses, Cal went on a four-game winning streak in early April before losing Megan Takacs, the team’s leading scorer, to a season-ending injury. Although
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Bears end season with Oregon loss at MPSFs

Although the Cal lacrosse team made a comeback with five consecutive goals in the second half, the squad’s last-chance effort was not enough to give them the win, and the Bears fell to Oregon 14-11 in the MPSF semifinals. This Friday at Cagan Stadium in Stanford, Calif., the Bears (8-8)
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