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Golden Nuggets: David Kravish Scores 1,000th Career Point In Win Over Princeton

Combined with Tyrone Wallace's 20 second-half points, Kravish helps to lead the Golden Bears to a gutty 9-1 start to the 2014-2015 season.

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Men's Soccer

Seniors Seeth Casiple and Connor Hallisey were invited to the 2015 adidas Major League Soccer Player Combine. Hallisey was also named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American Second Team.

Women's Basketball

Despite a near triple-double from Brittany Boyd, the #18 Golden Bears fell to Long Beach State in overtime, 58-56.

Getting to Know: Gabby Green

CalBears.com: What made you want to commit to Cal?

Gabby Green: I decided to come to Cal because of the family feel. I had a great relationship with the coaches and the players. It was also really close to home.

CB: What has been your favorite memory at Cal?

GG: I have a lot of memories with the team. We make new memories every day. We are a very funny group, so when we all come together with our different personalities, we definitely have a good time.

Men's Basketball

Senior David Kravish eclipsed 1,000-career points and junior Tyrone Wallace scored 20 second-half points as the California men's basketball squad (9-1) rolled past Princeton, 67-57, on Saturday evening at Haas Pavilion.

Football

Daniel Lasco headlines the 2014 team awards for football, as he was selected as the 2014 Cal Football Most Valuable Player. Check out the rest of the 2014 Cal Football Awards.

Bears in the Pros

Check out this exclusive interview between FoxSportsWisconsin and MVP front-runner Aaron Rodgers

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- When Aaron Rodgers attended the NFL's Rookie Symposium in 2005, players were told to expect a three-year career and to begin preparing for Plan B right away. Nearly 10 seasons and 100 regular-season starts later, Rodgers is statistically the best quarterback to ever step on a football field. There is certainly no longer a need for any Plan B.


When 22-year-old Rodgers was told how quickly his NFL dreams could come and go, he wanted to prove that notion wrong. However, with all of the records, milestones and awards he's since achieved, the definition of a successful career for him then compared to now is drastically different.