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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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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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When Cal faces No. 33 Arizona on Friday evening, it will have a chance to secure not only its first dual meet win but also a third substantial away mark.
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When Cal faces No. 33 Arizona on Friday evening, it will have a chance to secure not only its first dual meet win but also a third substantial away mark.
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This weekend, the Bears look to maintain their perfect season as they meet Arizona, Arizona State and UC San Diego in four tournaments over the span of two days.
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This weekend, the Bears look to maintain their perfect season as they meet Arizona, Arizona State and UC San Diego in four tournaments over the span of two days.
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This Friday, No. 24 Colorado will come to Berkeley for Smith’s 50th. Then, on Sunday, the Bears will welcome the No. 8 Utes to Haas Pavilion to cap off a daunting weekend home stretch.
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This Friday, No. 24 Colorado will come to Berkeley for Smith’s 50th. Then, on Sunday, the Bears will welcome the No. 8 Utes to Haas Pavilion to cap off a daunting weekend home stretch.
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On paper, Cal is 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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On paper, Cal is 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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Despite losing to Stanford’s 410.5, Cal posted its second-highest season-opening result in the modern scoring era — a 394.95 — and rose to No. 6 in the nation.
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Despite losing to Stanford’s 410.5, Cal posted its second-highest season-opening result in the modern scoring era — a 394.95 — and rose to No. 6 in the nation.
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