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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Cal restarts NCAA title aspirations sans Juricova

Despite common misconception, head coach Amanda Augustus of cal women’s tennis team knows that collegiate tennis is more than just a spring sport. “That’s the common thing that people don’t understand,” Augustus said. “They think we’re only a spring sport. But we play a lot in the fall.” Because team
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Cal athletic teams show ambiguous academic progress

The Cal football team ranks 11th in the Pac-12 in the NCAA’s most recent Academic Progress Report (APR), released Wednesday for a four-year period ending with the 2010-11 academic year. With a score of 936, the Cal football team’s APR score falls beneath the Division I football average of 948.
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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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Susanyi falls in semis of NCAA Singles Championships

Zsofi Susanyi became the first Cal women’s tennis player to advance to the semifinals of the NCAA Championships as a freshman, falling to Stanford’s Mallory Burdette in Sunday’s national semifinal at Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga. Susanyi outperformed her elder teammates in the singles draw, including senior Jana
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Bears move on to face Yellow Jackets in NCAAs

The No. 9 Cal women’s tennis team advanced to the round of 16 at NCAAs for the sixth consecutive year, easily taking down Pepperdine 4-0 in the second round on Saturday at Hellman Tennis Complex. The Bears (19-6) will make a much farther trip than their upcoming opponents with a
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Look past the pigskin and the hardwood court

News flash: People care about football and basketball teams more than other Cal sports! Until Ivan Rackov becomes a household name like Aaron Rodgers, that’s not going to change. Tens of thousands will flock to Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoons, Haas Pavilion will host thousands more throughout the winter, and
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