Cal falls short in MPSF match against Boston

Based on their solid first half and most of their second half, the Bears should have won. But between a powerful opposing defense and a lack of execution on the Bears’ end, the Cal lacrosse team simply could not find a way to finish its nonconference match with Boston on
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Mondays with Ginger

Cal lacrosse coach is blogger

Ginger Miles is not only the previous head coach at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, having guided the Lacrosse Division III CMS team to two conference titles in 2010 and 2011. She is also a member of the US Lacrosse Women’s Game Committee, the first year head lacrosse coach at Cal, and a web
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Bears conquer Aztecs in first meeting

The Bears finally played a satisfactory first half at 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon. At Aztec Field in San Diego, the Cal lacrosse team (3-2, 2-1 in the MPSF) jumped out to one of its best starts of the season to date, holding on to an early lead for an 18-9 conference
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Cal tops Detroit Mercy to earn second win of season

A timeout in the first half of the game proved to be the turning point. At 12 p.m. this Thursday afternoon in Aztec Field, the Cal lacrosse team (2-2, 1-1 in the MPSF) finally notched its second win of the season against Detroit Mercy (1-4). After two close losses to
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Cal to face Detroit Mercy for first time in program history

The Bears are tired of hearing the word “potential.” Since the beginning of the season, the Cal lacrosse team has demonstrated its potential to win against tough-matched schools. The Bears easily stole their season opener against St. Mary’s. However, they fell short at the end of the second half in
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Cal loses possession game to Ducks

The game ended before the Bears even tried to score. With less than half a minute left in the match, Cal failed to capitalize on its final possession to bring its game against Oregon into overtime on Sunday. The Cal lacrosse team’s lack of discipline and intensity ultimately led to
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Cal drops second match in a battle against the Dukes

The Cal lacrosse team’s home opener with James Madison was a back-and-forth contest right until the end of the second half. Tied at nine, the Dukes surged with four consecutive goals to win, 13-9, on Thursday afternoon. At Witter Field, the Bears (1-1, 1-0 in MPSF) played a tough second match
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