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Golden Nuggets: Swimming Adds Academic Accolades to Championships

Thirteen men swimmers and sixteen women swimmers earn spots on the Pac-12 All-Academic Team.

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Women's Crew

#3 California women's crew captured every race except for one yesterday during the first day of racing at the Lake Natoma Invitational.


The Golden Bears, featuring nine new starters, scored 16 tries to defeat Texas, 100-7, in the quarterfinals of the Penn Mutual Varsity Cup National Rugby Championship yesterday.

Major League Baseball

Tyson Ross is featured in a new ad spot for PETCO, where he tells the story of Maverick. Check out Maverick's collar!

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Men's Tennis

#27 Cal fell to #15 UCLA 4-1 in front of a large crowd at Hellman Tennis Complex.

Sand Volleyball

Cal's No. 5 pair of freshmen Sammy Furlan and Mackenzie Feldman notched a straight-set victory Friday, but the Bears fell to No. 8 UCLA 4-1 on the first day of the Stanford Invitational.


Bella Huther scored five goals as the California lacrosse team was in a tight, back-and-forth battle with UC Davis Friday night at Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium. The game went into overtime, but the Aggies prevailed, 13-8.

Haas Pavilion Renovations

Coach Martin gets the Haas Pavilion renovation project underway, helping the construction crew with some demo today!

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Men's Gymnastics

Kevin Wolting earned two more All-American honors (floor exercise and vault) to add to his all-around honor from Friday night of the NCAA Championships individual event finals. Fellow juniors Ryan Patterson and Kyle Zemeir also earned All-American status on vault and parallel bars, respectively.

Men's Golf

Cal Men's Golf will conclude its regular season today at the 69th annual Western Intercollegiate at the par-70 Pasatiempo Golf Club.

Inside The Lair: Getting To Know Sebastian Crampton How exciting is it to be playing in the Western Intercollegiate for the first time this weekend in your hometown area? Do you have a lot of people coming to watch?

Sebastian Crampton: Playing in my first Western Intercollegiate is something I've been looking forward to for a long time. Before I lived in Pacific Grove, I grew up in Santa Cruz for my first thirteen years and it was an event I went to regularly. A few people have told me they want to come watch, so hopefully I will be able to see some people I haven't seen in a while. With your extensive experience at Pasatiempo what can you tell us about the course?

SC: Pasatiempo is definitely a great course. There are a few holes you really have to be prudent on and hit good shots, but overall it's a great test with extremely challenging greens.

Women's Golf

The California women's golf team will conclude the regular season portion of the schedule by making the short trip up to Napa to compete in the 2nd annual Silverado Showdown on April 13-14 at the prestigious Silverado Resort and Spa.

Track and Field

The Golden Bears men captured the team title by a score of 101-62 at the 121st edition of the Big Meet at Stanford, while the Cal women fell 111-49.


Cal Football Notebook - Competitive Scrimmage Continues To Build Confidence

BERKELEY - Both the offense and defense felt a high level of confidence following a pair of competitive full contact scrimmage periods during the Cal football practice Friday at Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium.

"It was competitive, I thought it was good," head coach Sonny Dykes said. "You want to see both sides do well at times. It was good to see the offense move the ball, and it was good to see the defense get a turnover and stop them."


Cal yielded three runs in the fifth inning and couldn't recover, dropping a 4-2 decision to Stanford Friday afternoon at Evans Diamond


Behind clutch hitting from seniors Cheyenne Cordes and Danielle Henderson, the #20 Golden Bears took both games in Saturday's doubleheader against the UNLV Rebels.

Swimming & Diving

Thirteen Cal men's swimmers were honored by the Pac-12 as members of the 2015 All-Academic team, demonstrating excellence both in and out of the pool for the Golden Bears. They join the sixteen women's swimmers who were named to the All-Academic team the day before on Friday.

The Pac-12 All-Academic awards are out and 16 Golden Bears have been selected. Rachael Acker is a first-team choice for...

Posted by Cal Women's Swimming & Diving on Friday, April 10, 2015

Uptown Funk

Cap off your weekend with another great video made by the students of Cal as they dance and lip sync to Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk"