Bears open season against Cal Poly

Cal men’s swimming is not the same as it was last year. Given the success of last year’s team, that might cause some to worry. Last year’s squad finished the 2010-11 season No. 1 in the country, culminating the year with its first NCAA team championship since 1980. But as
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More Likely To Sweep: Swimming or Water Polo?

For the men’s and women’s swim teams, NCAAs are seven months and two seasons away; yet both squads are undoubtedly looking to toward that far-off event in hopes of repeating a national title sweep. Despite being favored from the get-go as an NCAA frontrunner, the team ignored the hype and
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All the world’s a stage

Summertime is traditionally a dead-zone for sports and — most importantly — a time for unyielding relaxation after a grueling school year. Apparently, no one told these Cal athletes. Many have passed up on the comforts of leisurely sunbathing to continue competing on the national and international levels. Here’s a
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2011-2012 Storylines: Which swim team is more likely to repeat?

Other 2011-2012 Storylines: Baseball | M. Hoops | W. Hoops | Volleyball | Tennis  | Water Polo 2011 was a big year for Cal aquatics — specifically for the men’s and women’s swimming teams. Both squads conquered their respective swimming worlds, bringing national championships back to Berkeley. For the men, this was hardly surprising. Led by an unrivaled senior class, one
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