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This wheel’s on fire: Elijah Hicks continues to keep the spark going
5 days ago by Andrew Wild
It’s no coincidence that both of these positions are known for the preponderance of oddballs — who would choose this for themselves?
Built the Bynum Way: Camryn Bynum’s drive embodies Cal football’s new era
5 days ago by Andrew Wild
Just five years later, Bynum is in his second year as a starting cornerback for a Cal football team rejuvenated under head coach Justin Wilcox and defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter.
Cal football seeks third straight win of 2018 campaign
5 days ago by Andrew Wild
After two hard-fought wins, the Bears can breathe a sigh of relief.
Cal field hockey falls short against No. 2 UNC, No. 11 Louisville
9 days ago by Andrew Wild
Cal field hockey hit the road for the first time this season but was unable to consistently find the back of the net against No. 2 North Carolina and No. 11 Louisville, falling 6-0 and 2-1 (OT) to drop to 2-3 on the season.
Cal volleyball survives tests of endurance at Portland State Tournament
9 days ago by Andrew Wild
Fifth sets. Everything is on the line. The players are drained in energy yet are carried by adrenaline and added pressure.
Cal football silences ‘white out’ crowd, holds off BYU 21-18
11 days ago by Andrew Wild
Chase Garbers. Brandon McIlwain. Evan Weaver. Three players who, a few weeks ago, weren’t exactly the first names that would come to mind when asked about Cal football’s loudest playmakers heading into the 2018 campaign.
Cal football takes on upstart BYU team for 1st road game of 2018 campaign
14 days ago by Andrew Wild
BYU head coach Kalani Sitake is as loud as they come in the business of American football coaching.
Let the Goode times roll: Cameron Goode’s persistence continues to pay off on the field
18 days ago by Andrew Wild
For one player, the north end zone and tunnel hold a special significance. He points up to the stands, just behind the goal post.
Dual threat: Ambition and faith have shaped Cal's Brandon McIlwain
18 days ago by Andrew Wild
Cal quarterback Brandon McIlwain — known as “B-Mac” among his teammates — can relate, sort of.
Cal men’s water polo takes aim at 2nd national title in 3 seasons
22 days ago by Andrew Wild
Over the past decade, Cal men’s water polo has arguably been the most successful athletic program on campus.
Cal men’s soccer off and running against unfamiliar foes
24 days ago by Andrew Wild
One of the beauties of sports, especially soccer, is that there is no such thing as a guaranteed victory.
Bears’ depth chart takes shape as season opener looms
25 days ago by Andrew Wild
Heading into year No. 2 at the helm, head coach Justin Wilcox has a firmer grasp on his personnel — and has quite a few promising players at his disposal.
Cal women’s soccer eyes retribution against Santa Clara after defeating Utah Valley in sea
29 days ago by Andrew Wild
Cal won’t have much time to celebrate the win, however, as a quick turnaround sends the team to Santa Clara on Monday for an early-season rivalry matchup.
Cal rugby to host Grand Canyon University in 1st round of postseason
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
Everyone on Cal’s roster will certainly need to perform well, as the single-game elimination format leaves little room for error.
Magic moment: Cal Quidditch flies to nationals in Texas
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
This weekend, Cal Quidditch will fly its brooms out to Round Rock, Texas, to compete at the US Quidditch Cup 11 against 63 other top college teams from across the nation.
Take the shot: Andre Ingram’s NBA debut is a splash from sports heaven
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
Under the same spotlight where Laker legend Kobe Bryant used to drop 30 points on a nightly basis, Ingram made his long-awaited NBA debut in style.
No. 1 Cal women’s water polo to face tough test at No. 6 Arizona State
6 mo ago by Andrew Wild
Although a remarkable last two weeks has the Bears in great spirits, they will not get a reprieve of any sort this weekend in Tempe.
Selection Sadness: Gender bias hinders March’s full magical potential
6 mo ago by Andrew Wild
The simple, unfortunate answer is that the only team UConn will have playing basketball in March is composed of women — and to the NCAA and sports media, that is enough to disregard its worth.
Cal baseball escapes Benedetti Diamond with narrow victory over USF
6 mo ago by Andrew Wild
The Bears may have escaped San Francisco with the dub, but the Dons could very well have mounted a comeback and defended their home territory if not for Cal’s meddling center fielder, junior Tanner Dodson.
Cal baseball sweeps Brown, maintains undefeated record at home
6 mo ago by Andrew Wild
With one more weekend series in the books, the Cal men’s baseball team remained perfect at home, securing a hard-fought series sweep over Brown.
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