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Cal rugby to host Grand Canyon University in 1st round of postseason
4 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
4 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
4 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
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 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.
No. 1 Cal women’s water polo stifles No. 4 UCLA with tight defense
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
It looked like the Bears of old were threatening to make an appearance. But as the second half began, Cal showed why it was a No. 1 unit.
Cal rugby defends Witter Field with 50-41 victory over Army
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
While Cal could afford to make mistakes against UCLA, a far less talented team, even the smallest mistake against Army came at a cost to the Bears.
Cal men’s basketball’s season concludes with 76-58 loss to Stanford
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
And as McNeill and Harris-Dyson faded, so did the rest of the offense. Cal shot an abysmal 24.4 percent from the field in the second half, a hideous mark even by its standards.
Dear Kobe
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
In his acceptance speech, Bryant took a swipe at Fox News host Laura Ingraham, saying that he was glad he did “a little bit more than” shutting up and dribbling. And I’m glad he did. I just have a note for him.
Cal baseball demolishes Xavier in midweek affair, 13-3
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
In its first midweek affair of the season, Cal baseball’s offense flexed its collective muscles yet again with a commanding 13-3 win over Xavier.
Roads less traveled: Derek King’s path to success is far from ordinary
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
From living in Shanghai by himself at the age of 14 to jumping from school to school, Derek King's journey has been extraordinary to say the least.
Poetic Justice: For Justice Sueing, it’s more than just a name
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
The name Justice Sueing isn't just a unique moniker to show off, but the embodiment of an individual two generations in the making.
Cal men’s basketball enters final stretch of regular season
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
In its last attempts to save some dignity in the regular season, Cal (8-21, 2-14) will head south to face Arizona State (19-9, 7-9) on Thursday before meeting No. 19 Arizona, the top team in the Pac-12.
Cal baseball drops two of three to open Mike Neu era
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
Cal kicked off its latest campaign with a 6-1 win on Friday against San Diego but lost its Saturday games to San Diego and Cincinnati by scores of 11-8 and 3-1, respectively.
Cal rugby bests Arizona foes in pair of road matchups
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
That match, while it provided the closest scoreline that the Bears (12-0, PAC 3-0) have seen this season, was nonetheless the Bears’ match throughout the whole 80 minutes.
Cal softball extends win streak to 10 with perfect weekend
5 mo ago by Andrew Wild
Cal softball celebrated President’s Day weekend in style, winning all five of its games in the first of two Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic tournaments.
Cal women's basketball gets final regular season opportunity to topple top-25 talent
6 mo ago by Andrew Wild
Cal is set to face Stanford, first on the road Thursday, and then again at home Saturday. The Bears haven’t beat a ranked opponent all year (0-8), and to say they could do it twice in a row sounds pretty ludicrous.
Barstool Sports medals in sexism
6 mo ago by Andrew Wild
Holding Barstool Sports and its employees accountable is a first step to that goal. The second step? Maybe try creating a talk show where men can talk about female Olympic athletes without getting horny.
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