Cardinal fell Bears in home court advantage

After rolling through the first six rounds, the Cal women’s tennis team finally hit a Stanford road block at the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships at Stanford on Tuesday. Despite a dominating display from Oct. 19 to 23, Cal ultimately fell short of taking first place and securing an automatic bid
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Bears to experiment with doubles lineup in key tournament

For the Cal women’s tennis team, the stakes couldn’t be higher. Starting Friday and concluding on Tuesday, the Bears will travel to Stanford to compete in the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships. Whoever takes the crown will secure an automatic bid to the second grand slam of the fall season, the
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Grand slam ends without Cal at top

When the champion of the season’s first collegiate grand slam was crowned on Sunday in Pacific Palisades, Calif., the Cal women’s tennis team was 300 miles away. After a disappointing showing at Riviera/ITA All-American Championships, head coach Amanda Augustus, sophomore Zsofi Susanyi, junior Anett Schutting, and seniors Tayler Davis and
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Bears send All-Americans to collegiate grand slam

Competing against a tournament field comprised entirely of All-Americans, the nation’s top ranked players will compete this week for the first grand slam title of the 2012 season. The ITA/Riviera All-American Championships begins on Tuesday and concludes Sunday at the Riviera Tennis Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif. The talent is
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Cal begins first fall test with little set in stone

Despite facing a field of 80-plus players, Cal women’s tennis team will most likely be forced to compete against each other in their first tournament of the 2012 fall season. It’s fitting, therefore, that the Cal Nike Invitational will take place at home in Berkeley. The tournament begins Friday and
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The top 10 moments in Cal sports this year: Part two

The last year was a memorable one in Cal athletics for a variety of moments. From softball’s run to the Women’s College World Series to the national titles for both swim teams, there were more great moments than we could fit. Read on to see which ones made our list.

The last year was a memorable one in Cal athletics for a variety of moments. From softball’s run to the Women’s College World Series to the national titles for both swim teams, there were more great moments than we could fit. Read on to see which ones made our list.
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As Juricova era ends, Bears couldn’t get over the hump

This July marks five years since Jan Brogan, the winningest coach in Cal tennis history, handed the reins of the women’s tennis program to her former star, Amanda Augustus. Since the coaching change – the team’s first since 1978 – Augustus has piloted the team to five consecutive successful seasons,
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Cal slammed during finale to Pac-12 play

STANFORD, Calif. – The No. 10 Cal women’s tennis team was denied a portion of the Pac-12 title, falling 4-3 to No. 6 Stanford in the annual Big Slam on Saturday. For the first time in three years, Cal went 0-3 on the top three singles courts, as Stanford’s Mallory
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