BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Despite posting a program-high beam score at regionals, the Bears placed third, missing out on a second consecutive national championships appearance.
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Despite posting a program-high beam score at regionals, the Bears placed third, missing out on a second consecutive national championships appearance.
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The Bears kept their focus and stayed within their “Bear bubble,” ultimately finishing second behind the fierce home team.
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The Bears kept their focus and stayed within their “Bear bubble,” ultimately finishing second behind the fierce home team.
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The Bears’ fourth-best score and best away score of the season was enough to push them up one spot in the national rankings and secure a bid to the NCAA regionals in Oklahoma.
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The Bears’ fourth-best score and best away score of the season was enough to push them up one spot in the national rankings and secure a bid to the NCAA regionals in Oklahoma.
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After securing its first Pac-12 regular-season championship, Cal women’s gymnastics will look to continue its record-breaking year. The next goal: a conference title at the Pac-12 championships Saturday.
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After securing its first Pac-12 regular-season championship, Cal women’s gymnastics will look to continue its record-breaking year. The next goal: a conference title at the Pac-12 championships Saturday.
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After failing to clinch the Pac-12 regular-season title outright when it faced ASU, Cal stands to become the sole conference champion with a win over UCLA.
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After failing to clinch the Pac-12 regular-season title outright when it faced ASU, Cal stands to become the sole conference champion with a win over UCLA.
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Cal women’s gymnastics may have won Saturday’s meet in commanding fashion, but the Huskies were able to walk away with their heads held high.
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Cal women’s gymnastics may have won Saturday’s meet in commanding fashion, but the Huskies were able to walk away with their heads held high.
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