No. 9 Cal women’s soccer battles Colorado to a tie

For the No. 9 Cal women’s soccer team, Senior Day came with some extraordinary senior heroics. The Bears (9-1-5, 2-1-3 Pac-12) took on the Colorado Buffs (11-3-1, 3-2-1 Pac-12) at Edwards Stadium on Friday afternoon, and thanks to senior captain and center back Emi Lawson’s last-second goal, they were able
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Bears lead across two games for weekend sweep

In the eighth minute of Friday’s match against Oregon, junior midfielder Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick drew a foul in the box and netted the ensuing penalty kick to give the Bears an early 1-0 lead. The goal set the tone for the rest of the weekend as the Cal women’s soccer team
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Cal eager to rebound against foreign Penn

Cal women’s soccer heads into its game against Penn coming off of a victory, but the squad may not play that way. The No. 15 Bears went into their last game against UC Davis with two previous wins fueling their momentum. The team was sluggish and struggled to generate offense
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Bears ride new scoring form to unbeaten Davis

Though the two programs are based roughly 70 miles apart, the Bears and the Aggies will be strangers in a familiar land in their forthcoming matchup. Despite their geographic proximity, the Cal women’s soccer team and the UC Davis squad barely know each other. Cal (4-2-0) has not faced the undefeated Aggies (3-0-1) since a 2007 exhibition game in which the Bears lost 0-1. But despite no scouting reports and little indication of what to expect, the Bears remain confident that they can handle whatever the Aggies throw at them.
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