Justice welcomes Chris Angkico and Kyle Gehler of The Daily, the University of Washington’s student-run newspaper. Justice, Chris and Kyle talk Cal’s infamous upset, Washington’s overall season, what to expect next season and Matisse Thybulle’s draft prospects.
No. 17 Cal women’s tennis lost in a 4-0 sweep to hosts No. 6 Pepperdine Waves to end their team season on Saturday in Malibu.
Now Cal’s leadoff hitter and one of the best college softball players in the nation, Rood’s athletic talent was palpable from the beginning.
In episode six of the 2019 Cal baseball series, Lucy and Justice welcome fellow baseball writer Max Mennemeier to the podcast. Lucy, Max and Justice talk Cal’s extended weekend, what they saw out of the Cal bullpen, Sam Stoutenborough making his first start and the upcoming Utah series.
In episode four, Meghan and Autumn interview Cal students who are celebrating 4/20 on Memorial Glade. Meghan and Autumn report live from the event, and ask high Cal students about their experiences celebrating 4/20, favorite weed products and funny stories about weed.
Cal met USC for the third time this year in this conference playoff match and lost for the second time. Despite having higher-ranked singles and doubles players than the Trojans, this did not translate into winning play for the Bears.
In episode twenty-three of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Rory, Surina and Justice reminisce on this past season and discuss the most memorable moments of Wyking Jones’ second and final season.
Whether it be baseball, classes or residence hall life, he is happy to give any advice that might help the new players on the team feel comfortable.
In episode five of the 2019 Cal baseball series, Joey and Justice discuss Cal stealing a game from No. 1 UCLA down in Westwood, the team’s big win against Sacramento State and the issue of pitching depth.
In episode three of everything is over, Hanna and Emily have an open discussion about fraternities and greek life as a whole at Cal.