Breed impresses in Cal debut

The meet was billed as Cal women’s swimming vs. Washington State. In reality, it was more of a Cal vs. Cal meet as most races featured Bears battling their teammates for the wins. With Cal swimmers sweeping most races, the Bears routed the Cougars with a 160 to 89 final
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Bears to compete in Queen of the Pool meet

The Cal women’s swimming team will start the season at Cal Poly in a nontraditional two-day meet in San Luis Obispo, Calif., on Friday and Saturday. On Friday, swimmers will vie for the Queen of the Pool title in five 100-yard events. The swimmer with the lowest combined times in
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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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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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