Juricova plays so nice, she wins it twice

Jana Juricova’s senior season started with a bang during this weekend’s Cal Nike Invitational at the Hellman Tennis Complex. Juricova and new doubles partner Annet Schutting captured the doubles’ crown, and Juricova rolled through teammate Tayler Davis to win the singles’ championship. Although the doubles championship against Sacramento State was
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Rock Steady

In three years, Jana Juricova has become Cal's most decorated tennis player. Through the stardom, she has remained humble.

Jana Juricova had so much more to talk about. Just last month, Cal’s tennis star traveled to Rhode Island’s International Tennis Hall of Fame to receive her National College Player of the Year award. The first singles player in program history to receive the honor, Juricova stood shoulder-to-shoulder with 2011
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Bears Breaking Out: Anett Schutting

With the departure of senior Mari Andersson, Cal women’s tennis team is currently in midst of a summer audition to take her spot as the No. 2 singles player and Jana Juricova’s double partner. Incoming sophomore Anett Schutting can be the one to fill those shoes next season. Due to
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Juricova’s dominance headlines Cal’s campaign

When Jana Juricova won the NCAA singles title on May 30, she capped off one of the most dominant individual seasons in the history of Cal women’s tennis. After the Bears’ third-round elimination in the NCAA Team Championships the week before, Juricova made sure she would not have another early
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Juricova breaks through to capture NCAA Singles crown

Two-set sweep in title match clinches the program's second ever NCAA singles title

For all its championship banners and record win streaks, Stanford’s Taube Tennis Center may have a soft spot for Cal women’s tennis. On Monday, Jana Juricova hoisted the NCAA Singles Championships trophy — on the very same courts where the Bears’ Susie Babos lifted hers in 2006. The top-seeded Juricova
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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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