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Golden Nuggets: Women's Basketball Prepares for Wichita State

Cal tips off against Wichita State at 4:30 pm on Friday, March 20.

James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis will travel to Los Angeles to face UCLA on Friday at 1:30 pm and USC on Saturday at noon.

Sand Volleyball

Cal's Sand Volleyball team will get a chance to measure up against some of the top competition in the country this week when it travels to Honolulu for three dual matches and the Rainbow Wahine Pairs Invitational.

Volleyball

Lacrosse

Members of the Cal Lacrosse team sat down with CalBears.com to discuss how the program features an even mix of West and East Coast players.

Women's Golf

Three Golden Bears earned top five individual finishes to lead California to the team title at the BYU at Entrada Classic held at the Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club.

Women's Swimming and Diving

Top-ranked Cal, owner of the best time in the country in eight of 18 swimming events, travels to the NCAA Championships in Greensboro, N.C. this week in search of its fourth national title since 2009. Competition runs Thursday through Saturday, and all events will be streamed live online on either ncaa.com or espn3.com.

Rugby

Cal prepares to meet British Columbia on Sunday, March 22, at 1 p.m. at Thunderbird Stadium in Vancouver, Canada, where the Golden Bears will attempt to earn a split in the "World Cup" against BC, which dealt Cal its only defeat to date this season in the series opener.

Football

Baseball

Cal received some outstanding pitching Tuesday at San Francisco - especially from sophomore right-hander Alex Schick who threw 5.0 no-hit innings with six strikeouts - but the Golden Bears were not able to take advantage of offensive opportunities, falling to San Francisco, 3-1, at Benedetti Diamond.

Softball

Cal fell to #15 Minnesota on Wednesday, 8-1. Senior Danielle Henderson homered in the fifth inning for #12 Cal's only score of the game.

Women's Basketball

CalBears.com honors seniors Reshanda Gray and Justine Hartman as they prepare for their final NCAA Tournament.

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