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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 28, 2023

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Collin Travasos

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Cal men’s soccer disappoints fans in an offensive-line embarrassment as it strikes out against Pacific at PayPal Park, 1-2.
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Cal men’s soccer disappoints fans in an offensive-line embarrassment as it strikes out against Pacific at PayPal Park, 1-2.
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Cal men’s soccer hopes to continue its winning streak against the Pacific Tigers on Thursday, Sept. 9 at PayPal Park -- home of the San Jose Earthquakes.
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Cal men’s soccer hopes to continue its winning streak against the Pacific Tigers on Thursday, Sept. 9 at PayPal Park -- home of the San Jose Earthquakes.
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Cal men’s soccer is set to return to the field after months of anticipation and face off against UCSB and Saint Mary’s.
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Cal men’s soccer is set to return to the field after months of anticipation and face off against UCSB and Saint Mary’s.
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The Bears unsurprisingly stumbled through the first few steps, but found their footing after a challenging visit to Corvallis. Here’s how the historic, albeit mediocre, 2020-21 season unfolded.
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The Bears unsurprisingly stumbled through the first few steps, but found their footing after a challenging visit to Corvallis. Here’s how the historic, albeit mediocre, 2020-21 season unfolded.
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The Bears’ tribulations, however, have girded Cal for Saturday’s battle at UCLA, its last game of the regular spring season. With a bid to the NCAA tournament within reach, the Bears have everything to play for.
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The Bears’ tribulations, however, have girded Cal for Saturday’s battle at UCLA, its last game of the regular spring season. With a bid to the NCAA tournament within reach, the Bears have everything to play for.
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Now unbeaten in four straight matches, the Bears have a golden opportunity to avenge their early misfortunes and beat the No. 7 Huskies on their home turf for the second season in a row.
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Now unbeaten in four straight matches, the Bears have a golden opportunity to avenge their early misfortunes and beat the No. 7 Huskies on their home turf for the second season in a row.
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By the 34th minute, down 3-0, the Bears seemed to accept defeat. Even in potential counter-attacking situations, players watched as haphazard, head-down runs down the sidelines amounted to nothing.
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By the 34th minute, down 3-0, the Bears seemed to accept defeat. Even in potential counter-attacking situations, players watched as haphazard, head-down runs down the sidelines amounted to nothing.
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The Bears had success in weaving the ball through the resolute Huskies’ defense, but ultimately, attacking chances came sparingly.
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The Bears had success in weaving the ball through the resolute Huskies’ defense, but ultimately, attacking chances came sparingly.
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