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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 24, 2022

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Ashley Anderson

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When Cal’s 2018 track and field season began, there were more than 80 eager Bears ready to give their all in their respective events. But by the time June came around, only the strongest survived — this weekend seven Cal athletes competed in the 2018 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
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When Cal’s 2018 track and field season began, there were more than 80 eager Bears ready to give their all in their respective events. But by the time June came around, only the strongest survived — this weekend seven Cal athletes competed in the 2018 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
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The field includes sophomores McKay Johnson and Tuomas Kaukolahti, juniors Silviu Bocancea and Lauren Martinez and seniors Ashley Anderson, Ashtyn Davis and Peter Simon.
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The field includes sophomores McKay Johnson and Tuomas Kaukolahti, juniors Silviu Bocancea and Lauren Martinez and seniors Ashley Anderson, Ashtyn Davis and Peter Simon.
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The Bears will be taking the whole team to Stanford this weekend as the meet kicks off Saturday afternoon. Cal will be facing some of their toughest competitors, some for the first time this season.
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The Bears will be taking the whole team to Stanford this weekend as the meet kicks off Saturday afternoon. Cal will be facing some of their toughest competitors, some for the first time this season.
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Sports legends often have something named after them — from trophies to stadiums. Brutus Hamilton is no exception. This weekend, Cal track and field’s seniors will try and put up performances that honor the legendary Bear.
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Sports legends often have something named after them — from trophies to stadiums. Brutus Hamilton is no exception. This weekend, Cal track and field’s seniors will try and put up performances that honor the legendary Bear.
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This weekend, Cal track and field sent athletes to two meets: the prestigious Stanford Invitational and the San Francisco State Distance Carnival. The former is regarded as one of the most competitive meets in the nation, especially in the distance events.
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This weekend, Cal track and field sent athletes to two meets: the prestigious Stanford Invitational and the San Francisco State Distance Carnival. The former is regarded as one of the most competitive meets in the nation, especially in the distance events.
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This Friday and Saturday, Cal will be competing at the annual MPSF Indoor Championships in Seattle, Washington. This stacked meet will feature 22 teams on the women’s side and 15 on the men’s, a meet record.
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This Friday and Saturday, Cal will be competing at the annual MPSF Indoor Championships in Seattle, Washington. This stacked meet will feature 22 teams on the women’s side and 15 on the men’s, a meet record.
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629 days before Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem on a late summer night last year, Mikayla Cowling pulled out her phone and opened up Twitter.
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629 days before Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem on a late summer night last year, Mikayla Cowling pulled out her phone and opened up Twitter.
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After 11 seasons at Cal, she will take over the position of assistant coach director, which was previously held by now-University of Nevada head coach Amanda Levens.
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After 11 seasons at Cal, she will take over the position of assistant coach director, which was previously held by now-University of Nevada head coach Amanda Levens.
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“Every year the competition gets better and better and we’re just going to have to be pretty sharp for that, and getting ready for spring we are just hoping we can build upon (the success of the junior class and the strong underclassmen,” Sandoval said.
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“Every year the competition gets better and better and we’re just going to have to be pretty sharp for that, and getting ready for spring we are just hoping we can build upon (the success of the junior class and the strong underclassmen,” Sandoval said.
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