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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 08, 2022

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Despite a floundering start to their postseason, the Bears will fight to sink or swim as they compete for their third consecutive Pac-12 title.
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Despite a floundering start to their postseason, the Bears will fight to sink or swim as they compete for their third consecutive Pac-12 title.
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This weekend, the Cal men’s swim and dive team will be heading down to Southern California for a series of three meets in three different locations
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This weekend, the Cal men’s swim and dive team will be heading down to Southern California for a series of three meets in three different locations
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Connor Callahan had a solid run in his season debut in Los Angeles and he, along with the Cal men's swim team, will host Arizona and Arizona State this weekend.
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Connor Callahan had a solid run in his season debut in Los Angeles and he, along with the Cal men's swim team, will host Arizona and Arizona State this weekend.
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The Cal men’s dive team has shrunk to just one member, but the season is far from over as senior Connor Callahan works for a spot in the NCAA Championships.
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The Cal men’s dive team has shrunk to just one member, but the season is far from over as senior Connor Callahan works for a spot in the NCAA Championships.
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The Cal men’s swim and dive team will head down to the University of Minnesota for its longest and toughest competition of the season so far.
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The Cal men’s swim and dive team will head down to the University of Minnesota for its longest and toughest competition of the season so far.
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Cal came into the season ranked No. 2 in all of collegiate swimming behind rival Stanford. But after kicking off the season with victories in every meet, the Bears dethroned the Cardinal and claimed their rightful place as the nation’s top-ranked program.
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Cal came into the season ranked No. 2 in all of collegiate swimming behind rival Stanford. But after kicking off the season with victories in every meet, the Bears dethroned the Cardinal and claimed their rightful place as the nation’s top-ranked program.
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On his final 1-meter dive of the day, junior Connor Callahan performed a 2 1/2 somersault tuck that earned him a score of 72.08. This score pushed his total to a whopping 379.28, breaking Sam Helvie’s school record, 375.92, that had stood since 2006.
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On his final 1-meter dive of the day, junior Connor Callahan performed a 2 1/2 somersault tuck that earned him a score of 72.08. This score pushed his total to a whopping 379.28, breaking Sam Helvie’s school record, 375.92, that had stood since 2006.
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Coming into the new season, Cal seems to be picking up right where it left off, as the team is entering the year ranked No. 2 in the nation.
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Coming into the new season, Cal seems to be picking up right where it left off, as the team is entering the year ranked No. 2 in the nation.
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The Bears compiled 971 points, more than 200 points ahead of runner-up No. 1 Cardinal, which finished with 769. No. 9 USC finished third with 549.33 points.
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The Bears compiled 971 points, more than 200 points ahead of runner-up No. 1 Cardinal, which finished with 769. No. 9 USC finished third with 549.33 points.
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Competing a week before the swimmers, the divers sent a total of three finalists over the three days of competition — zero on the first day, one on the second and two on the third — to put Cal on the scoreboard.
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Competing a week before the swimmers, the divers sent a total of three finalists over the three days of competition — zero on the first day, one on the second and two on the third — to put Cal on the scoreboard.
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