Pac-12 Player of the Week Chris Paul (.700 with nine runs batted in against the Trojans) and the #22 Golden Bears travel to Corvallis to face the #23 Oregon State Beavers in a three game series starting tomorrow at 7 p.m. The series will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks.
#29 Andre Goransson fell to #5 Sebastian Stiefelmeyer of Louisville in the first round of the NCAA Singles Championship on Wednesday.
Senior Zsofi Susanyi and Sophomore Maegan Manasse advanced to the NCAA Singles Round of 32 in Waco, Texas.From the Twitters
Just hanging around. Quick shoot with @selfmagazine in LaLa land.Posted by Natalie Coughlin on Tuesday, May 19, 2015
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Cal women's Golf competes this week at the NCAA Championship in Bradenton, Florida, in search of their first national title.
Cal women's crew earned their 17th straight bid to the NCAA Division 1 Women's Rowing Championships when they obtained an automatic bid by winning the conference title.
Three athletics programs (men's tennis, women's tennis, and women's gymnastics), earned Public Recognition Awards from the NCAA for their performance in the Academic Progress Rate scores.Golden Bear Spotlight: Student-Athletes Reflect At Commencement
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By Herb Benenson, Cal Athletic Communications
BERKELEY – Last Saturday, more than 5,000 undergraduates received their degrees during Cal’s annual commencement at California Memorial Stadium. Among those in the crowd were student-athletes across the athletic department, each with a sense of accomplishment for his or her extraordinary efforts in the classroom and competition that culminated with this seminal moment.
“While today may feel like an end and feel like a celebration, it’s also a little bit of a beginning,” Director of Athletics Mike Williams said at a post-graduation student-athlete reception inside the University Club. “It a beginning of a time when you will be asked to help serve the community and you will be asked to add additional bricks to the foundation that so many have laid before you to get us to where we are today. We are very proud of you; we are very proud of your accomplishments. What all of us have in common right now is the fact that we are Cal alums.”
Shortstop Marcus Semien is riding a eight-game hitting streak for the Oakland Athletics. In that eight-game stretch, Semien is hitting .364 with a double, two triples, and a home run.