Cal stuffs Oregon’s offense

Winning 100 games is never an easy feat, but Cal coach Lindsay Gottlieb sure is making it look simple. The Bears sealed up a productive weekend by crushing Oregon 72-45 in Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Ore. on Sunday. It was Gottlieb’s 100th victory as a head coach, including her
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Bears seek to keep up good vibes at Oregon

Pac-12 conference play is in full swing at this point in the season, and the Cal women’s basketball team is hitting its stride. The Bears (17-2, 7-1 in Pac-12) finished their first eight games of the conference with only one loss, beating No. 4 Stanford and No. 18 UCLA. The
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Cal defeats Utah at home sans Brandon

Even without stalwart Gennifer Brandon, the Cal women’s basketball team reminded everybody that its bench was more than capable of handling the job. The No. 7 Bears (17-2, 7-1) sealed their fifth consecutive victory, 71-54, on Sunday afternoon at Haas Pavilion. Reshanda Gray replaced Brandon, who started all 18 games
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Surging Cal to host high-riding Colorado

The Cal women’s basketball team weathered one storm after another, but a threatening low-pressure system is due in town. The No. 7 Bears play host Friday night at 8 p.m. to No. 20 Colorado in Haas Pavilion. It will be their fifth match against a ranked opponent in six games.
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Timely rebounds help Cal defeat Colorado

With less than three minutes left in their contest against No. 20 Colorado, the No. 7 Cal women’s basketball team looked well on their way to their second Pac-12 victory with a 51-43 lead. However, poor free throwing shooting and a sudden 6-0 run by the Buffs put the Bears
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Bears clinch huge win against No. 19 Kansas

When the Bears last faced its ranked opponent in No. 4 Duke, the Blue Devils handed them their first and only loss of the season so far. At home on Friday night, No. 8 Cal ensured it will not fall to another top-25 team. The Cal women’s basketball team defeated
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Bears blaze past Roadrunners at Bakersfield

Last weekend under the national spotlight at Duke, the Bears fell flat. The Bears failed to register what would have been a signature win for the program, falling to the No. 4 Blue Devils, 77-63. No. 11 Cal responded the only way an elite team should, drubbing an overmatched non-conference
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