Andrew Wild
Offense fails to relieve stellar defense as Cal falls to Stanford in Big Game
11 mo ago by Andrew Wild
That time never came, as the offense seemingly buckled under the weight of the Big Game, and the Cardinal emerged from California Memorial Stadium with a 23-13 win and the axe for the ninth straight year.
Cal men’s basketball can’t survive Saint Mary’s storm in 84-71 loss
11 mo ago by Andrew Wild
In its first visit to McKeon Pavilion in three decades, Cal men’s basketball became the latest victim of the Saint Mary’s Gaels’ ferocious, unfettered fan base, falling 84-71 in its first true road game of the season.
Surge in second half against CSUN keeps Cal women’s basketball perfect
11 mo ago by Andrew Wild
The Bears delivered the relief after another strong third-quarter performance against CSUN, clinching their seventh win of the season, 67-42.
Up to me: Ian Bunting’s persistence defines Cal football
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
On a Cal football team that has managed to succeed with a lot of physical misfits, however, he still stands out. He looks a lot more like a player from a ground-and-pound Midwest school. That’s because, really, he is.
Hidden Gem: How Valentino Daltoso’s leap of faith landed him at Cal football
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
If you take about a five-hour drive south from Lewiston — just a tad shorter than the trip from Berkeley to Los Angeles — you’ll find yourself in the state’s capital of Boise, the hometown of Cal left guard Valentino Daltoso.
Buck the trend: Andre Kelly has crafted a career embracing change
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
He puts the ball on the floor and begins to generate a full head of steam. With every step, the kinetic energy of this freight train grows larger. Trying to stop him is a fool’s errand.
Family business: Field hockey is in Megan Rodgers’ blood
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
Spectators begin to stand, and their eyes are focused down the field on one person: Megan Rodgers. The ball hits Rodgers’ stick, and as she turns to face the goal, just one opposing player separates her from the goalie.
Two-way street: A California-Texas connection has shaped Receé Caldwell’s path to Cal
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
Now, as the first graduate transfer in Cal women’s basketball history, Caldwell is seeking to milk every last ounce of collegiate basketball she has left in her.
Walking the lonely road: Ashtyn Davis’ rise to stardom is no accident
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
As the 2014 California high school State Track and Field Championships and all the festivities that they entail get underway, a young hurdler sporting Santa Cruz High School sweatpants roams the grounds, eager to make himself known.
Lethal weapon: Jaylinn Hawkins takes command of Cal’s elite secondary
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
But the slight stumble didn’t bring him down — today, he’s solidified his place as one of the most hawkish (pun intended) safeties in college football.
Spirit, life and laughter — Mima Mirkovic is Cal volleyball’s own comedian
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
While the times were dark, Serbians found bits of brightness. Lisa and Alex Mirkovic welcomed a light — who would never cease to shine — into their lives that same spring. They named her Mima.
Hit me with your best shot: Evan Weaver’s personality ignites Cal’s defensive rise
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
Evan Weaver resides just on the brink. Inhabiting that narrow stretch of existence in which above-average craziness is still an asset, he walks a very thin line.
Rookie and the vet: Gerald Alexander’s influence brings Cal secondary into new territory
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
Gerald Alexander, the bearded impresario behind Cal’s boisterous and assertive secondary, is a presence to behold on the practice field as well as with a keyboard on Twitter.
Life under center: Chase Garbers is Cal football's man of the hour
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
The blond-haired, easygoing kid from Newport Beach — who quietly had an impressive fall camp competing for playing time — is back in his element after redshirting his freshman season.
One experience at a time: Moe Ways uses his journey to inspire others
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
In early May, Maurice “Moe” Ways spoke before an audience of young, beaming kids at Burning Bush International Ministries.
Going back to Cali: Paris Austin brings toughness, swagger to Cal
1 yr ago by Andrew Wild
After spending two seasons at Boise State, Austin is back home in the Bay Area and has made the transition from a Bronco to a Bear.
This wheel’s on fire: Elijah Hicks continues to keep the spark going
1 yr 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
1 yr 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
1 yr 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
1 yr 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.
 
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