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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 27, 2023

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Bears seek to bring out brooms against Stanford

The only time since the turn of the century that Cal swept Stanford in basketball was the 2010 season. The Bears will look to break out the brooms once more in Palo Alto on Friday. Here’s to making history.

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Among Cal’s most anticipated performances is Noah Newfeld, who will look to punch his ticket to the Winter Cup after doing so at the same event last year.
Among Cal’s most anticipated performances is Noah Newfeld, who will look to punch his ticket to the Winter Cup after doing so at the same event last year.
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Both the Bears and the Cardinal have yet to lose thus far, which means only one thing: one team will continue its win streak, and the other will meet its maker and falter to none other than their biggest rival.
Both the Bears and the Cardinal have yet to lose thus far, which means only one thing: one team will continue its win streak, and the other will meet its maker and falter to none other than their biggest rival.
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Stuck in a five game losing streak, it’s clear that the Bears have stumbled in Pac-12 play. They are in desperate need of some wins versus the Ducks and the Beavers this week.
Stuck in a five game losing streak, it’s clear that the Bears have stumbled in Pac-12 play. They are in desperate need of some wins versus the Ducks and the Beavers this week.
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The only time since the turn of the century that Cal swept Stanford in basketball was the 2010 season. The Bears will look to break out the brooms once more in Palo Alto on Friday. Here’s to making history.
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The only time since the turn of the century that Cal swept Stanford in basketball was the 2010 season. The Bears will look to break out the brooms once more in Palo Alto on Friday. Here’s to making history.
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Among Cal’s most anticipated performances is Noah Newfeld, who will look to punch his ticket to the Winter Cup after doing so at the same event last year.
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Among Cal’s most anticipated performances is Noah Newfeld, who will look to punch his ticket to the Winter Cup after doing so at the same event last year.
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Both the Bears and the Cardinal have yet to lose thus far, which means only one thing: one team will continue its win streak, and the other will meet its maker and falter to none other than their biggest rival.
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Both the Bears and the Cardinal have yet to lose thus far, which means only one thing: one team will continue its win streak, and the other will meet its maker and falter to none other than their biggest rival.
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Stuck in a five game losing streak, it’s clear that the Bears have stumbled in Pac-12 play. They are in desperate need of some wins versus the Ducks and the Beavers this week.
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Stuck in a five game losing streak, it’s clear that the Bears have stumbled in Pac-12 play. They are in desperate need of some wins versus the Ducks and the Beavers this week.
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Swimming away from the defeat Cal suffered last weekend against Arizona State, the Bears will have their last home dual meets against USC and UCLA Friday and Saturday.
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Swimming away from the defeat Cal suffered last weekend against Arizona State, the Bears will have their last home dual meets against USC and UCLA Friday and Saturday.
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The Bears dropped two home games this week. The first was a 58-87 walloping by Oregon. Not to be outdone by its neighbors, Oregon State handed the blue and gold a 48-68 defeat three days later.
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The Bears dropped two home games this week. The first was a 58-87 walloping by Oregon. Not to be outdone by its neighbors, Oregon State handed the blue and gold a 48-68 defeat three days later.
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In one of the most anticipated swim meets of the season, the Bears fell resoundingly short of expectations against No. 1 ranked Arizona State.
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In one of the most anticipated swim meets of the season, the Bears fell resoundingly short of expectations against No. 1 ranked Arizona State.
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The Bears now sit at 10-9 after a 9-2 start to the season. Cal now has at least 11 games left, including the first round of the Pac-12 tournament in Las Vegas, to recover what seemed to be such a promising year for fourth-year head coach Charmin Smith.
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The Bears now sit at 10-9 after a 9-2 start to the season. Cal now has at least 11 games left, including the first round of the Pac-12 tournament in Las Vegas, to recover what seemed to be such a promising year for fourth-year head coach Charmin Smith.
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After a significantly strong start to the season, Cal faltered as it opened conference play, narrowly beating Arizona 196.4-196.1 in Tucson on Friday night
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After a significantly strong start to the season, Cal faltered as it opened conference play, narrowly beating Arizona 196.4-196.1 in Tucson on Friday night
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Cal women’s swim faced both University of Arizona and Arizona State University during the same weekend for back-to-back conference dual meets Jan. 20 and Jan. 21. On paper, Cal was expected to maintain its winning streak against these two teams — the Bears are ranked 11th in the nation, whereas Arizona and Arizona State are both unranked.
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Cal women’s swim faced both University of Arizona and Arizona State University during the same weekend for back-to-back conference dual meets Jan. 20 and Jan. 21. On paper, Cal was expected to maintain its winning streak against these two teams — the Bears are ranked 11th in the nation, whereas Arizona and Arizona State are both unranked.
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