Results from the previous round
Third-seeded Mike Pawlawski routed 14th-seed Doug Brien 52-13, and 11th-seeded Harper Kamp upset sixth-seeded David Kravish 47-30.
(3) Mike Pawlawski
(11) Harper Kamp
Harper Kamp vs Stanford 3-5-2011 (via ihelpathletes)
iVinishe: Harper Kamp is quite simply a True Golden Bear. Kamp earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Freshman honors. As one of Ben Braun's final recruits however, Harper was faced with a difficult situation when Braun left the University of California: leave the school he had only played at for one year and had just let his head coach go, or stay and play for a new coach in an unfamiliar system. Though courted by several programs, Harper remained true to gold and blue, donning a California jersey 3 of the next 4 years, in spite of severe back and knee limitations.
After being unable to play due to injury during the 2009-2010 season, Harper returned as an upperclassman leader of the next two teams. Over the next two seasons, he received 2nd-Team All Pac-10/12 honors while displaying some of the toughest balls any Cal player has ever had. Through every grimace after a blow to the back, every flu game he had to receive IV's for, Harper exemplified what it means to be a Golden Bear. He was never the flashiest or the most athletic; however, his leadership, consistent performance on the court, and representation of the University of California has earned the respect and gratitude of Cal fans world wide.
KPIX Cal's Harper Kamp and his Bulldog Franklin (1/6/12) (via kpixsports)