Bears shoot down Hawks to open Philly trip

It’s one down and two to go for the No. 11 Cal field hockey. The Bears took the first match of their three game trip to Philadelphia, a 5-2 victory over Saint Joseph’s. Thursday afternoon’s match exemplified the type of offensive success the Bears (9-2) have found in their victories
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Late goal not enough to overcome Stanford’s Dru

Friday night saw a battle between longtime rivals who happen to be the West Coast’s lone premiere field hockey teams. This matchup, between No. 12 Cal and No. 8 Stanford, certainly lived up to the hype. Both squads traded early punches, but the Cardinal gained the upper hand midway through
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West Coast supremacy at stake in Cal’s trip to Stanford

For one second, let’s just put aside all the implications that come with any traditional Cal-Stanford matchup and look objectively at the significance of this Friday’s 7 p.m. game at the Cardinal’s Varsity Turf. It could be said that the respective field hockey programs for the No. 8 Cardinal and
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Bears flash past Kent State with early scoring spree

On Saturday, the Cal field hockey team was able to overcome a late-game deficit and score the last two goals to cap off 4-3 comeback victory against No. 18 Virginia. On Monday, the No. 11 Bears didn’t have to come from behind — their offense started right where they had
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Bears suffer first loss, split weekend matches

The Cal field hockey team upset four ranked teams before earning a ranking of its own heading into this weekend’s matches. But just as the No. 11 Bears were rising to national prominence, the team fell back down to earth a bit with its first defeat of the season, 1-3,
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Bears enter road trip with highest ranking in 10 years

After three weeks of undefeated play, including four upsets over ranked opponents, the Cal field hockey team found itself with their highest ranking in ten years and their first top 20 appearance since the 2008 season. The now-No. 11 Bears (5-0) had done everything they could possibly do leading up
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Bears upset two more ranked teams

After upsetting two ranked teams to open the season, the Cal field hockey team remained outside of the top-20 in the NFHCA coaches’ poll. While it was disappointing the Bears didn’t break into the poll last week, it would be shocking if they remain unranked after this weekend’s performance. Again
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Bears thrash Tigers in NorPac opener

If anyone was worried about a letdown after two upset victories the previous week, the Cal field hockey team answered back emphatically. The squad’s 10-0 victory over Pacific was the most goals the Bears have posted since they blanked Appalachian State, 11-0, six years ago. Right from the start, Cal
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Surging Cal takes strong current to Pacific

No matter what happens this Sunday, when the Cal field hockey team visits Pacific, it still might feel like a letdown compared to last weekend’s results. Behind sophomore forward Jordan O’Reilly’s two-goal performance, the Bears were able to overtake No. 13 Michigan State, 4-3, in overtime this past Sunday. This
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