Cal hopes to play MPSF Cinderella

The No. 4 Cal women’s water polo team is in dangerous waters. The Bears are seeded fifth in this weekend’s MPSF tournament, but only the winner earns the conference’s automatic bid. This year’s NCAA tournament field will only have two at-large bids, meaning Cal will have to win the conference tournament
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Bears to face No. 1 UCLA in home finale

The Cal and UCLA women’s water polo teams have met once this year in a game that catapulted them on divergent paths. On Feb. 4, the Bears were 10-0 on the season and ranked second in the country, close to making the jump to the top of the collegiate water
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Aztecs hope to ruin Ochsner’s homecoming

San Diego has become a hub of competitive water polo and a wellspring of young water polo talent. Cal junior Dana Ochsner grew up in this water polo community, playing top high school and club teams throughout her upbringing. She will return to San Diego with the No. 5 Cal
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Cal to counter ASU offense with ball control

The Cal women’s water polo team lives and dies with patience and ball control. Arizona State water polo relies on its ability to score numerous goals. The two conflicting offensive styles will meet this weekend when the Bears travel to Tempe, Ariz. to take on the No. 6 Sun Devils. 
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