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Golden Nuggets: Missy Franklin and Roser Tarrago lead an aquatic attack of Bears; Stefan McClure is back in action

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Franklin and several other members of the Cal swimming squad dominate in Irvine, Tarrago decimates Singapore.

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Men's Basketball

Roger Moute a Bidias represents Cal on the Pac-12 All-Star Team in China, where the team will play three exhibition games against the Chinese University All-Stars, the Jiangsu Dragons, and the Shanghai Sharks.

The Grind

The first episode of The Grind, an all-access look into Cal Football Fall Training Camp, is now available.

Check it out:


And a behind-the-scenes look at our BearRaid drone!


And an interview with Special Teams Coach Mark Tommerdahl after practice:


Men's Golf

Golden Bear Michael Kim finishes in a four-way tie for second, narrowly missing his first professional win, at the Web.com Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper in Springfield, Missouri.

Women's Soccer

Former California women’s soccer defender Genessee Daughetee becomes the first North American player to sign with French club Montpellier Hérault Sport Club.

Swimming

Anthony Ervin defeats Nathan Adrian in the 50 meter fly.

Ryan Murphy wins his second silver medal at the Phillips 66 National Championships in the 100 meter backstroke.

Rachel Bootsma, Missy Franklin, Caitlin Leverenz, Elizabeth Pelton incoming freshman Cierra Runge and Cal coach Teri McKeever join the US National team for the Pan Pacific Championships.

The 100-meter backstroke had a Golden Bear finish: Missy Franklin first, Rachel Bootsma second and Elizabeth Pelton third.


Women's Water Polo

Cal super-star Roser Tarrago scored seven goals in Spain's 34-3 rout of Singapore in the FINA Women’s Water Polo World Cup.

Football

Back in Action - Stefan McClure

Stefan McClure is one of many familiar faces among the California football team who have returned to the field after missing significant playing time last season. McClure will be a familiar face in a new place as he transitions during training camp from cornerback to safety for Cal. As the Bears concluded their first week of practice on Sunday afternoon at Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium, McClure had a chance to sit down with CalBears.com and discuss how he's feeling back on the field and the position change.