Cal volleyball still in search of first Pac-12 win

At the start of the season, the Cal volleyball team appeared talented enough to at least stay competitive in the Pac-12. Nonconference matches against unranked teams saw the Bears beating inferior opponents, fooling Cal fans into what looked to be a promising season. But 10 conference matches later, the Bears
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Cal volleyball falls just short of first Pac-12 win

Friday night, the Bears were just two points shy of their first conference win — but they couldn’t finish. The Cal volleyball team took on the mountain schools this weekend, resulting in two more losses for the Bears. Cal (8-10, 0-8 Pac-12) seemed well on its way to its first
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In battle of Pac-12, Cal volleyball hopes to redeem itself

It’s easy to look at the Bears’ last-place standing in the Pac-12 and dismiss them. They have all the tell-tale signs of a rebuilding team. They play multiple inexperienced freshmen who have yet to prove themselves, leading to a few blowout losses and a winless conference record. But these losses
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Cal volleyball remains without win in Pac-12 play

Despite ending their nine-set losing streak, the Bears are still winless in the Pac-12. The Cal volleyball team fell to No. 18 Arizona State (13-4, 3-2 Pac-12) in four sets Friday at Wells Fargo Arena. Cal (8-8, 0-6) has been having an issue with consistency this season, or, more specifically,
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Cal volleyball off to 0-4 start in Pac-12 play

After two weeks, the Bears remain winless in the Pac-12. The Cal volleyball team lost to both Oregon State (12-3 overall, 2-2 Pac-12) and Oregon this weekend. After a dismal performance Friday that resulted in an Oregon State sweep at Haas Pavilion, Cal (8-6, 0-4) looked to Sunday as a
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Cal volleyball to take on No. 4 Washington

With the nonconference stretch of the schedule over and the Cal volleyball team still scrambling to find its identity, the Bears are treading water. Through 11 matches this season, Cal head coach Rich Feller’s squad has proven to be inexperienced, and in arguably the best conference in the nation, Cal
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Cal volleyball shut out by No. 1 Stanford

Down 24-23 after blowing out the Cal volleyball team in the first set, Stanford easily received Marlee Davis’s high-arcing serve and was able to get the ball to setter Madi Bugg. With two open hands, Bugg tapped the ball, placing it into the kill zone of middle blocker Inky Ajanaku.
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Cal volleyball battles No. 1 Stanford in Palo Alto

For the Bears, taking on the Cardinal is always a big game in and of itself, but with Stanford ranked as the No. 1 team in the country, well — the Bears have their work cut out for them. The Cal women’s volleyball team will take on Stanford this Tuesday
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