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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The Cal volleyball season has finally come to a conclusion— a rather sour one actually. Not being able to post a single Pac-12 conference win this season, the Bears end the season with a 7-22 overall record and a 0-19 conference record.
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The Cal volleyball season has finally come to a conclusion— a rather sour one actually. Not being able to post a single Pac-12 conference win this season, the Bears end the season with a 7-22 overall record and a 0-19 conference record.
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Having faced Arizona and Arizona State this weekend only to be handed two more losses, a pattern became apparent.
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Having faced Arizona and Arizona State this weekend only to be handed two more losses, a pattern became apparent.
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From sprinkler splashes to fireplace ashes, Cal volleyball seems to be giving its all the past few matches, edging closer and closer to a Pac-12 win. Up next, the blue and gold prepare to host Arizona and Arizona State in Haas Pavilion.
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From sprinkler splashes to fireplace ashes, Cal volleyball seems to be giving its all the past few matches, edging closer and closer to a Pac-12 win. Up next, the blue and gold prepare to host Arizona and Arizona State in Haas Pavilion.
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Hoping to rebound from recent losses, the Bears had high hopes for their games against UCLA and USC. After two more losses, however, Cal now sits at a league-worst 16-loss streak.
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Hoping to rebound from recent losses, the Bears had high hopes for their games against UCLA and USC. After two more losses, however, Cal now sits at a league-worst 16-loss streak.
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The last time fans saw this matchup Oct. 21, Cal delivered a surprisingly aggressive and sturdy fight, forcing the Trojans to fight on and fight hard for every point.
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The last time fans saw this matchup Oct. 21, Cal delivered a surprisingly aggressive and sturdy fight, forcing the Trojans to fight on and fight hard for every point.
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The tandem adds to the youth movement in the East Bay, where Cal (7-17) sports only one senior – opposite Sydney Lilomaiava.
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The tandem adds to the youth movement in the East Bay, where Cal (7-17) sports only one senior – opposite Sydney Lilomaiava.
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Fans in attendance on Sunday afternoon couldn’t believe what they were seeing. The blue and gold won the first two sets, forcing Utah to burn four timeouts.
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Fans in attendance on Sunday afternoon couldn’t believe what they were seeing. The blue and gold won the first two sets, forcing Utah to burn four timeouts.
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Both Colorado and Utah swept Cal off its feet in earlier matchups this season. Fortunately for the blue and gold, those losses came on the road – potentially opening the door for a revenge tour back home.
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Both Colorado and Utah swept Cal off its feet in earlier matchups this season. Fortunately for the blue and gold, those losses came on the road – potentially opening the door for a revenge tour back home.
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Cal volleyball kicked off its second half of the Pac-12 play this weekend, facing none other than No. 19 University of Washington and Washington State. The two teams lived up to their reputation of fierce and aggressive competition.
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Cal volleyball kicked off its second half of the Pac-12 play this weekend, facing none other than No. 19 University of Washington and Washington State. The two teams lived up to their reputation of fierce and aggressive competition.
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Cal had an impressively strong defense through the first set, with Tara DeSa picking up hit after hit, tip after tip. Although USC maintained the lead throughout most of the set, the points they earned, were fought for harder than they must have expected.
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Cal had an impressively strong defense through the first set, with Tara DeSa picking up hit after hit, tip after tip. Although USC maintained the lead throughout most of the set, the points they earned, were fought for harder than they must have expected.
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