No. 1 Cal men’s soccer anticipates No. 3 Washington

For three years, the Washington men’s soccer team has utilized a flip throw. For three years, they have used this weapon freely. Teams know it’s coming, but that doesn’t mean they can stop it. “Everyone is aware of it,” said Cal coach Kevin Grimes. “Everyone they have played and everyone
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Despite no NCAAs, Bears focus on positives

On Sept. 28, as the cold fog descended on Edwards Stadium, the Cal men’s soccer team scored the golden goal to defeat San Diego State. The Bears improved to a 6-2-1 record, and at the time they believed they can contend for the Pac-12 title. Then, everything started to go
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Cal’s NCAA hopes face make-or-break weekend

This is a must-win weekend for the Cal men’s soccer team. Sitting in fourth place in the Pac-12 standings, the Bears need a pair of victories to keep their hopes alive for a strong finish in the Pac-12 and a berth in the NCAA tournament. Anything less and the Bears
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Embracing new roots: Christian Dean’s family tree

In January 2010, Christian Dean uprooted his life in California to settle in Montana. He announced the decision to his parents at a family gathering in Great Falls, Mont. I’m not leaving, Dean said. I’m staying right here with Josh. Dean wanted to stay and live with his biological older
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Cal heads to Stanford still looking for top scorer

Wednesday’s practice had been over for 30 minutes, but Cal men’s soccer head coach Kevin Grimes was still busy running one more drill. Alongside backup forwards John Fitzpatrick and Luis Fuentes, Grimes focused on how to evade defenders at close contact. Grimes lobbed a ball at either Fitzpatrick or Fuentes,
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