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Golden Nuggets: Cal routs Beavers on Senior Day

David Kravish leads the Golden Bears with 13 points and 13 rebounds on Senior Day.

Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Men's Golf

Cal (292-279-285 - 856, -8) cruised to its second straight victory and fourth in eight events this season to defend its title at the National Invitational Tournament, winning the event by 15 strokes for the second consecutive season.

Women's Golf

Uncharacteristic rain in Southern California shortened the first day of competition at the Bruin Wave Invitational for the California women's golf team. California sits 53-over midway through the second round at the par-72 El Caballero Country Club Course that was rained on throughout the night and during today's opening rounds.

Lacrosse

Women's Tennis

Klara Fabikova claimed the Pac-12 Player of the Week award after the Golden Bear won in singles and doubles in California's 4-3 upset of Stanford in Sunday's Big Slam on the Farm. This marks the junior's second career Pac-12 weekly honor and the 27th for Cal women's tennis overall.

Softball

For the second time in three weeks, California sophomore pitcher Stephanie Trzcinski is the Pac-12's Pitcher of the Week, the league office announced Monday. Cal's pitching staff has now claimed three consecutive Pitcher of the Week honors.

Baseball

Led by the solid pitching of freshman left-hander Matt Ladrech and a five-run first inning, the Cal baseball team completed a three-game sweep of Kansas State Monday at Evans Diamond. With the win, the Golden Bears have won seven of their last eight games to improve to 8-3.

Football

Women's Gymnastics

Tickets for the 2015 NCAA Gymnastics Berkeley Regional Championships are now on sale. Tickets for the April 4 meet, which will feature six teams contending for a berth to the NCAA Women's Gymnastics National Championship, are available for purchase on CalBears.com or through the Cal Athletics Ticket Office.

Men's Basketball

Big Run Propels Bears Past Beavers, 73-56

It hasn't been the type of season David Kravish was expecting, neither from himself nor his California teammates.

The Golden Bears forward made up for it with one of his best games of the year in his final appearance at Haas Pavilion.

One of three seniors on first-year coach Cuonzo Martin's team, Kravish, scored 13 points to go with a season-high 13 rebounds and three blocked shots to lead Cal to a 73-56 win over Oregon State on Sunday afternoon.