Cal’s undefeated fall season ends at Georgia

The Cal women’s swim team’s undefeated fall season came to a close as the Bears came in second behind host Georgia in the Georgia Fall Invitational last weekend. The No. 2 Bears finished with 876 points but fell to No. 3 Georgia by 115 points. Meanwhile, No. 10 Virginia took
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Cal flies out to Georgia for toughest fall tilt

In arguably Cal’s most important meet of the year so far, the Cal women’s swimming team heads to Georgia this Friday through Sunday for the Georgia Fall Invitational hoping to repeat its success in last year’s championship meet. Currently both undefeated, No. 2 Cal and No. 3 Georgia will also
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The ripple effect: Caitlin Leverenz’s leadership and legacy

Like her idol Natalie Coughlin, Caitlin Leverenz is leading Cal in her own way

When Caitlin Leverenz was 13 years old, she picked up a book that changed her life. “I read Natalie Coughlin’s book … and that was when I knew I wanted to go to Cal,” Leverenz says. Even before she read Coughlin’s biography, Leverenz adored the superstar. From the moment she
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Bears rout BYU and Utah in first dual meet

Cal women’s swimming came away on its road trip to Utah with both its first dual meet win against BYU on Friday and its first Pac-12 win against Utah on Saturday. “I think the hardest thing about the meet was coming off a flight and competing at a high altitude
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Bears head south in search of crown

Cal women’s swimming head coach Teri McKeever aims to lead Cal’s revamped team – with a total of eight new freshmen — to another NCAA championship this year. The first meet of the 2012-2013 season will begin in San Luis Obispo from Sept. 21 to 23 for the Cal Poly
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