Freshman Matt Ladrech and senior Chris Paul helped pace Cal baseball to a 6-2 win over the Washington State Cougars Saturday afternoon at Evans Diamond.
Cal Hall of Famer Jon Zuber sits down with with Tripper from Section925 to talk about playing/coaching at Cal, the highs and lows of life in the Big Leagues, and the state of Bay Area baseball.
Major League Baseball
When shortstop Addison Russell was traded to the Cubs for pitcher Jeff Samardzija, many questioned what the A's would do to fill a long term need at short.
Well, for now, it's Marcus Semien. And if he earns it, and the front office decides to spend a little more in order to keep some talent around, he could be the long term answer.
Behind pitchers Katie Sutherland-Finch, Stephanie Trzcinski and Kristin Cullen, the Golden Bears beat Utah 4-1 to take the series finale. Cal's trio of pitchers stymied the Utes, allowing just five hits and walking one, helping the Bears improve to 27-9 on the season.
Freshman KK Limbhasut (73-69 - 142, -2) is tied for second place one shot out of the lead after 36 of the 54 holes at the Aggie Invitational were played Saturday at the Traditions Club.
The Cal sand volleyball team dropped a pair of close dual matches Saturday at the Sacramento State Tournament, falling to Boise State and Sac State by identical scores of 3-2.
With a third-place finish at the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships Berkeley Regional, California fell shy of a team berth to the NCAA Championships, but freshman Toni-Ann Williams claimed an individual spot as an all-arounder.
Track & Field
Cal captures the team title and 23 individual personal records at the California-Michigan-Virginia Tri-Meet.
J.T. Nishimura beat Cormac Clissold in singles to clinch No. 33 California's eventual 5-2 win over No. 51 Oregon on Saturday at the Ducks' Student Tennis Center.
Karla Popovic posted her team-high tying 36th singles match of the season to clinch third-ranked California's eventual 6-1 victory over No. 62 Oregon on Saturday at the Hellman Tennis Complex.
Women's Water Polo
The No. 4 Cal women's water polo team held a 4-2 lead late in the third period on Saturday afternoon but No. 3 USC scored four unanswered goals and then hung on for a 6-5 victory in Mountain Pacific Sports Federation play at Spieker Aquatics Complex.
In a matchup of two of the top crews in the nation, No. 2 California men's crew captured both races against No. 8 Boston University Saturday morning at Redwood Shores, Calif.
Cal has a familiar face on its football staff this season. Former defensive lineman Austin Clark (2009-14) has returned to the program for the 2015 season as a recruiting assistant after spending six seasons with the Bears as a player. CalBears.com had a chance to discuss Clark's new role with the program.
CalBears.com: How does it feel to be back with the program?
Austin Clark: It feels great. I love this place. This is the place I always wanted to be when I took that next step after I graduated. I'm extremely grateful to Coach Dykes for giving me this opportunity.
CB: What exactly will you be doing in your new role?
AC: I'm a recruiting assistant, and also just lending a helping hand wherever I'm needed.
"I was pleased," [Cal head coach Sonny] Dykes said. "I thought our play was really physical. I challenged them a little bit that we needed to be more physical after going back and looking at the first six practices, and I thought they really did a good job of coming out and doing what we asked them to do. I thought it was good today."
2015 CAL SPRING FOOTBALL REMAINING OPEN PRACTICE SCHEDULE
DAY, DATE (TIME)
Monday, April 6 (4:30 - 6:30 p.m.)
Wednesday, April 8 (4 - 6 p.m.)
Monday, April 13 (4:30 - 6:30 p.m.)
Wednesday, April 15 (4 - 6 p.m.)
Saturday, April 18 (11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Cal Spring Football Experience, Pac-12 Networks)
All practices above scheduled to be open to the public at Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, Calif.; All times Pacific; Schedule subject to change
Jon Harris, who served on the California men's basketball coaching staff this past season, was named the head coach of the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville men's basketball program on Friday, the University announced.
Brittany Boyd's historic career for the California women's basketball program continues with another honor Saturday after the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) selected her to the WBCA All-America Team, becoming the first Golden Bear to earn the honor by the coaches association.
Swish Appeal has Boyd being selected 7th overall by the Los Angeles Sparks in their mock draft. Swish Appeal previously tabbed Reshanda Grey going first overall to the Seattle Storm.