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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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Valerie Arioto

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Arioto joined Team USA in 2011. Ten years later, the 2012 Pac-12 Player of the Year got the chance to play for gold with softball back on the Olympic docket.
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Arioto joined Team USA in 2011. Ten years later, the 2012 Pac-12 Player of the Year got the chance to play for gold with softball back on the Olympic docket.
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Current Bear Jazmyn Jackson and alumna Valerie Arioto will be joining the USA Softball Women’s National Team as the squad competes in the World Cup of Softball XII in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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Current Bear Jazmyn Jackson and alumna Valerie Arioto will be joining the USA Softball Women’s National Team as the squad competes in the World Cup of Softball XII in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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This is the first in a two-part installment of the top 10 moments from Cal sports this year. The last year was a memorable one in Cal athletics for a variety of moments. From softball’s run to the Women’s College World Series to the national titles for both swim teams, there were more great moments than we could fit. Read on to see which ones made our list.
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This is the first in a two-part installment of the top 10 moments from Cal sports this year. The last year was a memorable one in Cal athletics for a variety of moments. From softball’s run to the Women’s College World Series to the national titles for both swim teams, there were more great moments than we could fit. Read on to see which ones made our list.
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The Bears breezed through the regular season, took down multiple ranked opponents, and became the first Cal team to host both the Regionals and Super-Regionals in postseason play. Despite one of the best regular seasons in Cal softball history, two losses to ranked opponents in the Women’s College World Series proved the Bears were not immortal.
The Bears breezed through the regular season, took down multiple ranked opponents, and became the first Cal team to host both the Regionals and Super-Regionals in postseason play. Despite one of the best regular seasons in Cal softball history, two losses to ranked opponents in the Women’s College World Series proved the Bears were not immortal.
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