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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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With Pac-12 play right around the corner, Cal women’s soccer (4-3) will have one final tuneup when its final nonconference opponent, UC Davis (3-4-1), comes to town Friday.
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With Pac-12 play right around the corner, Cal women’s soccer (4-3) will have one final tuneup when its final nonconference opponent, UC Davis (3-4-1), comes to town Friday.
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Gibson slowed down or stopped oncoming attacks, and Boyd was able to communicate her vision of the field, usually anticipating an opponent’s next move.
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Gibson slowed down or stopped oncoming attacks, and Boyd was able to communicate her vision of the field, usually anticipating an opponent’s next move.
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Senior goalkeeper Emily Boyd has continued to break records all season long. Her most recent accomplishment was being named the Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Year, which is a first for the Cal women’s soccer program. Boyd was the only non-Stanford player to win an All-Conference award.
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Senior goalkeeper Emily Boyd has continued to break records all season long. Her most recent accomplishment was being named the Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Year, which is a first for the Cal women’s soccer program. Boyd was the only non-Stanford player to win an All-Conference award.
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Cal sophomore Abi Kim is keeping pace with most of the Buffs’ leaders, with 5 goals and 29 shots of her own, followed closely by junior Miranda Nild, who has 4 goals and 21 shots. But in pure aggressiveness, Kornieck blows everyone out of the water, with a total of 47 shots this season, putting her in second place in the Pac-12.
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Cal sophomore Abi Kim is keeping pace with most of the Buffs’ leaders, with 5 goals and 29 shots of her own, followed closely by junior Miranda Nild, who has 4 goals and 21 shots. But in pure aggressiveness, Kornieck blows everyone out of the water, with a total of 47 shots this season, putting her in second place in the Pac-12.
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