Bears clinch huge win against No. 19 Kansas

When the Bears last faced its ranked opponent in No. 4 Duke, the Blue Devils handed them their first and only loss of the season so far. At home on Friday night, No. 8 Cal ensured it will not fall to another top-25 team. The Cal women’s basketball team defeated
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Bears blaze past Roadrunners at Bakersfield

Last weekend under the national spotlight at Duke, the Bears fell flat. The Bears failed to register what would have been a signature win for the program, falling to the No. 4 Blue Devils, 77-63. No. 11 Cal responded the only way an elite team should, drubbing an overmatched non-conference
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Bears chalk first loss of season at Duke

As of late, the Cal women’s basketball team has played a slow first half, only to overwhelm its opponents after halftime. But this Sunday in Durham, N.C., the Blue Devils (6-0) made sure that the Bears didn’t get the chance. No. 10 Cal lost decisively in Cameron Indoor Stadium, 77-63,
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Bears to duke it out against Blue Devils

Through most of December, the Bears have faced mediocre teams. Until facing Georgetown in the Cal Classic, none was even from a major Division I conference. With a 31 point per game advantage through the first five games, Cal hasn’t quite received a serious threat all season. That all changes
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Strong second half propels Bears to tournament trophy

So far this season, the Cal women’s basketball team has been really testing the “slow and steady” adage. Though the No. 11 Bears (5-0) eventually established clear victories against both Georgetown and East Washington, they made sure to keep both Cal Classic games at Haas Pavilion entertaining until halftime. In
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Bears buck Mustangs in home game

In first few possessions of Monday night’s tilt in Haas Pavillion, Cal Poly proved they were a different breed of a team that Cal women’s basketball had not seen in this season. The Bears tried to employ their “Silver” full court defense, fully expecting to find the success they had
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Cal all silver lining in win against St. Mary’s

The Cal women’s basketball team’s full-court press has a name, and its name is Silver. On Thursday, the Silver defense was golden in the 89-41 win against St. Mary’s. Not only did the Bears’ defense create separation, it also created a huge statistical divide between the two teams. By halftime,
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Gottlieb’s Bears aim for national title

In March, Lindsay Gottlieb became the first Cal coach to win a March Madness game in an inaugural campaign. After a year full of first times, Gottlieb’s Bears are setting their sights on one more new record: the national title. The Cal women’s basketball team enters the season ranked No.
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Bears looking to tower over St. Mary’s

After a dominating win against Lehigh in the season opener, Cal women’s basketball is hungrily looking for another prey against the nearby Saint Mary’s squad. On Thursday at 7 p.m., the Bears will welcome the Gaels into Haas Pavilion. The game is a second look at head coach Lindsay’s Gottlieb
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