BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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In addition to the Bears competing in their final meet before moving onto the Pac-12 and then possibly the NCAA championships, they will be recognizing their athletes who will be graduating at the end of this academic year: Sofie Seilnacht, Sylvie Seilnacht, Chelsea Shu and fifth-year captain Toni-Ann Williams.
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In addition to the Bears competing in their final meet before moving onto the Pac-12 and then possibly the NCAA championships, they will be recognizing their athletes who will be graduating at the end of this academic year: Sofie Seilnacht, Sylvie Seilnacht, Chelsea Shu and fifth-year captain Toni-Ann Williams.
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Cal shook off a string of three straight losses to notch its first one-on-one victory of the season, defeating No. 19 Arizona by putting up a season-high 195.950 points in its home opener at Haas Pavilion.
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Cal shook off a string of three straight losses to notch its first one-on-one victory of the season, defeating No. 19 Arizona by putting up a season-high 195.950 points in its home opener at Haas Pavilion.
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With all those accolades, it is safe to say that expectations for 2017 were high for the Bears. Given those high expectations, the 2017 season was disappointing on paper.
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With all those accolades, it is safe to say that expectations for 2017 were high for the Bears. Given those high expectations, the 2017 season was disappointing on paper.
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Because of a newly instated rule from the Pac-12, the Bears, as the top seed in their session, were able to select the event on which they wanted to begin. Following familiar convention from home meets, they opted to begin on the vault. So while they weren’t exactly close to No. 1, they will reap the same benefits as No. 1 seed UCLA.
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Because of a newly instated rule from the Pac-12, the Bears, as the top seed in their session, were able to select the event on which they wanted to begin. Following familiar convention from home meets, they opted to begin on the vault. So while they weren’t exactly close to No. 1, they will reap the same benefits as No. 1 seed UCLA.
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