Bears blown out in 6-0 sweep

The Cal men’s soccer team went through a painful learning experience this past weekend on the road, where the team was dominated by a pair of non-conference opponents. On Friday the Bears lost, 2-1, to Virginia before suffering a 6-0 blowout at No. 6 Maryland. Cal played like a top-25
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Cal opens season against Santa Clara in mystery

Cal men’s soccer coach Kevin Grimes is a person that likes to keep his cards close to his chest. For the sake of safeguarding information, very few tidbits — like starting rotations or results of preseason exhibitions — are ever leaked by Grimes and his players. So when asked questions
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Cal still searching for first conference win

There wasn’t a better time than last weekend for the Cal men’s soccer team to get time off. The Bears (3-7-4, 0-5-2 in the Pac-12) are seven games into the Pac-12 conference schedule. They hang in last place with no wins. They’ve only scored six goals and let in 11.
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Bears lose lead, settle for draw with Cardinal in double overtime

On paper, the Cal men’s soccer team and Stanford looked pretty similar going into Sunday evening’s matchup. Both squads were swept by UCLA and San Diego State last weekend. After Sunday’s 1-1 tie in double overtime, Cal and Stanford still looked rather similar. After a gripping encounter that featured flowing play throughout,
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Extras from the Cal Legacy Classic

The Cal men’s soccer team ended its first home weekend in high spirits and the Cal Legacy Classic title in hand. The game see-sawed between the Bears and Kentucky until the 72nd minute when Kyle Marsh headed in the game winning goal to give his side the 3-2 victory. The
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Diouf’s three goals halt Bears

There were three spots and a three-goal deficit separating the No. 7 Cal men’s soccer team (1-1-1) and No. 4 UConn (3-0-0) as the Huskies sent the Bears home with their first defeat of the season. Sunday’s game at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium was postponed due to a lack of
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Cal ties Northwestern in double overtime

The Cal men’s soccer team is no stranger to overtime games. Last year, the Bears played in 12 overtime matches, including nine double overtime games. Thursday’s game against Northwestern was an early reminder in Cal’s young season. The crowd at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Ill., saw a copious number of
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Bears to be tested on the road early

The Cal men’s soccer team journeyed across the bay against the University of San Francisco last week to open the season. This week, the team treks across the country to Bridgeview, Ill., to face Northwestern. After the No. 7 Bears finish Thursday night after a 5 p.m. tilt at Toyota
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