Swimming & Diving
No. 1 California rolled to its second consecutive and fourth overall Pac-12 Women's Swimming & Diving Championship Saturday, winning three more events to pull away from the rest of the field on its way to a -record 1,629.50 points.
No. 19 Cal's beam team shined as the Golden Bears battled through adversity to post their third team score of 196.0 or better in as many meets in a loss to No. 20 Arizona Saturday in Tucson, Ariz.
The No. 6 California Golden Bears dropped their tri-meet at No. 3 Stanford and against No. 9 Minnesota, but improved on their last outing with a total score of 430.200 in the first five-up, five-count meet of the year on Saturday night at Burnham Pavilion on the campus of Stanford.
Senior Danielle Henderson turned in a two-RBI performance, including a pivotal game-winning RBI single at the top of the seventh, to help No. 19 California slip past San Jose State, 3-2, Saturday afternoon at the Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament in Honolulu. The win was Cal's 16th of the season.
Led by the solid pitching of sophomore right-hander Daulton Jefferies and some timely hitting, Cal baseball produced a 4-2 win over Kansas State Saturday night in the first game of a three-game series at Evans Diamond.
Nine California players scored a total of 13 tries as the Golden Bears soundly defeated Utah, 82-5, in front of a big Homecoming crowd Saturday afternoon on Witter Rugby Field.
Track & Field
Cal impresses on the first day of the MPSF Indoor Championships, with many personal records set for the Golden Bears.
Despite Brittany Boyd's near triple-double, #7 Oregon State overcomes the Golden Bears to end the regular season.
Senior Day: Oregon State v. Cal
BERKELEY - California will celebrate its senior class in the Golden Bears' final regular-season home game Sunday at noon PT against Oregon State. The three-member senior class of David Kravish, Christian Behrens and Dwight Tarwater will be honored in a special ceremony at 11:45 a.m. at Haas Pavilion. The Bears have won four-straight against the Beavers, dating back to 2012. Cal, 16-12 overall and 6-9 in the Pac-12, currently sits eighth in the conference standings, while Oregon State, 17-11 overall is sixth in the league with an 8-8 mark.