BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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While the campus celebrations of that moment won’t start until next week, the Cal men’s soccer team (6-9-2) will set its sights on an early win in its own version of Big Game against the No. 6 Cardinal (11-2-4) on Thursday.
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While the campus celebrations of that moment won’t start until next week, the Cal men’s soccer team (6-9-2) will set its sights on an early win in its own version of Big Game against the No. 6 Cardinal (11-2-4) on Thursday.
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Inches defined the first half — setting up the Cardinal with immediate control of the midfield and a concrete backline determined to keep Cal strikers Shinya Kadono and Alonzo Del Mundo reigned in.
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Inches defined the first half — setting up the Cardinal with immediate control of the midfield and a concrete backline determined to keep Cal strikers Shinya Kadono and Alonzo Del Mundo reigned in.
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Cal’s offensive success has been accentuated by midfielder Shinya Kadono, now standing at the apex of his career with a current scoring streak that dates five games. Nationally ranking third in total goals and sixth in goals per game, Kadono’s 10 goals this season double those of Stanford’s leading scorer, Amir Bashti.
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Cal’s offensive success has been accentuated by midfielder Shinya Kadono, now standing at the apex of his career with a current scoring streak that dates five games. Nationally ranking third in total goals and sixth in goals per game, Kadono’s 10 goals this season double those of Stanford’s leading scorer, Amir Bashti.
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