More Likely To Sweep: Swimming or Water Polo?

For the men’s and women’s swim teams, NCAAs are seven months and two seasons away; yet both squads are undoubtedly looking to toward that far-off event in hopes of repeating a national title sweep. Despite being favored from the get-go as an NCAA frontrunner, the team ignored the hype and
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Almost Famous

With the London Olympics a year away, Nathan Adrian is on the edge of glory. And he's the last to know it.

Editor: Hey, we need to run a feature soon. Got any ideas? Katie: I just realized we’ve never written one on Nathan Adrian. How could that be? The guy’s one of the most decorated athletes in Cal history. I’m looking at his bio right now: 11 national championships, seven conference
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Cal takes third place in Director’s Cup standings

Finish is school's highest ever

In 2010-2011, six Cal teams finished in the top three nationally. Now, for the first time, so has the athletic program itself. With 1,219.50 points, Cal placed third for its highest-ever showing in the Director’s Cup standings, which rank the success of national intercollegiate athletics programs based on finishes in up
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2011-2012 Storylines: Which swim team is more likely to repeat?

Other 2011-2012 Storylines: Baseball | M. Hoops | W. Hoops | Volleyball | Tennis  | Water Polo 2011 was a big year for Cal aquatics — specifically for the men’s and women’s swimming teams. Both squads conquered their respective swimming worlds, bringing national championships back to Berkeley. For the men, this was hardly surprising. Led by an unrivaled senior class, one
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