Juricova, Bears bask in Senior Day glory

The Cal women’s tennis team triumphed on Senior Day, blanking Fresno State 7-0 in the team’s last home match of the regular season. For the second time this season, the No. 10 Bears (17-5, 8-1 in the Pac-12) were flawless, capturing all three doubles matches and not dropping a set
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Juricova looks for win in final home match

For the past four years, the Cal women’s tennis team has been synonymous with one player: Jana Juricova. The senior from Piestany, Slovakia has become a veritable institution on the courts of the Hellman Tennis Complex, taking the top court for virtually her entire college career. Juricova will trot out
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Cal splits matches but still has title hopes

After a landmark upset and a disappointing loss, the No. 10 Cal women’s tennis team remains in the hunt for a portion of the inaugural Pac-12 championship. The Bears gave top-ranked UCLA its first loss of the season Friday in a 4-3 barnburner before falling to No. 4 USC the
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Bears knock off top-ranked Bruins in marquee victory

In a result that has serious reverberations for the national landscape, the No. 10 Cal women’s tennis team eked out a 4-3 victory over No. 1 UCLA, which came into the match with a 20-0 record. With both teams just one point away from victory, junior Annie Goransson outlasted Chanelle
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Bears face key stretch against top-10 schools

The first three months of Pac-12 women’s tennis play have left four teams – Cal, Stanford, UCLA and USC – undefeated in conference play. In a dream scenario for the conference and for fans, these four teams will play what turns out to be a round-robin tournament over the next
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Hungary for more

Tennis always came easily to Zsofi Susanyi. But her competitive nature and ability to persevere have led to a dominant freshman season.

The city of Szeged can only be described as resilient. An ancient city in the southern plains of Hungary, Szeged has been invaded by Mongols, pillaged by Turks, frenzied by witch trials and, in 1879, was flooded over. During World War II, it was the departure point of scores of
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Photo Gallery: This Week in Cal Sports

This week, the Cal men’s basketball team lost its chance at the Pac-12 title, the women’s basketball team was outplayed by Stanford, the Cal baseball won despite many defensive miscues, the women’s tennis team overcame a resilient Pepperdine squad and women’s water polo team won its game late.

Bears decimate Aztecs in 6-1 decision

A dual tennis match is a highly temporal affair. The fact that the matches take place in parallel, rather than sequentially, is too often forgotten, and the timing of the match is too often overlooked. Although a match is considered a singular event, it is often set in the context
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