#23 California (31-16, 15-8 Pac-12) swept a doubleheader on Saturday with the Campbell Fighting Camels (29-22, 10-11 Big South) on Saturday to take two of three in Buies Creek, North Carolina.
Does it get any sweeter than run-ruling Stanford for the sweep on Senior Day, @CalSoftball?! #STANvsCAL pic.twitter.com/ORTUtUzPFe— Pac-12 Networks (@Pac12Networks) May 9, 2015
Well, Cal’s first series sweep over Stanford since 2012 got even sweeter today when the Pac-12 announced Kobie Pettis is the league’s Freshman of the Week and Katie Sutherland-Finch is the Pitcher of the Week.
Thank you for the support Coach G! https://t.co/3IHbKOkwOC— Cal Softball (@CalSoftball) May 11, 2015
Cal Softball now heads back to Ann Arbor for the NCAA Softball Tournament, the 29th appearance in program history.
For the second straight season, California's run in the NCAA team tournament ended with a 4-1 loss to Texas.
For the second consecutive day, California shut out a team of Bulldogs, 4-0, at the Hellman Tennis Complex, but this time, the win punched the Golden Bears’ tickets to Waco, Texas, where they will play in their ninth straight NCAA Championship round of 16.
Women's Water Polo
Sophomores Roser Tarrago and Dora Antal each scored two goals but the fourth-seeded Cal women’s water polo team fell 9-5 to No. 1 UCLA in the semifinals of the NCAA Championships on Saturday at Stanford’s Avery Aquatic Center.
The Women's Golf program moved one step closer to reaching match play in the NCAA Golf Championships with they finished sixth at the St. George Regional.
Bella Huther was named the California women's lacrosse team's Offensive Most Valuable Player while Gaby Christman was named the Golden Bears' Defensive Most Valuable Player as announced at the 2015 team banquet held Monday night at the University Club at California Memorial Stadium.
Major League Baseball
Felix Hernandez may have fooled the Oakland Athletics on Sunday, but he didn't fool Cal alum Marcus Semien, who launched two solo home runs against the Cy Young award winner.