The College Gymnastics Association announced today that the California Golden Bears men's gymnastics program ranks sixth nationally in team grade-point-average (3.203).
BERKELEY - California junior Alice Jeong won her first tournament of the summer after claiming the 94th Annual City of Los Angeles Women's Golf Championship held at the par-73 Rancho Park Golf Course.
Courtney Range leads Team USA to the gold medal in the World University Games.
BERKELEY - With members of the men's basketball signing class already on campus taking classes and participating in summer workouts, CalBears.com followed them around campus to see how they are adjusting to the college life so far.
Our next feature is on freshman 6-7, 220-pound small forward Jaylen Brown from Wheeler High School.
The Marietta, Ga. native is a consensus top five national high school prospect in the class of 2015. Brown is rated Scout's No. 1 prospect nationally. He is ranked No. 3 overall by Rivals and No. 4 in ESPN's rankings for the class of 2015. Along with fellow signee Ivan Rabb, Brown was selected to play in the McDonald's All-American game, the Jordan Brand Classic and the Nike Hoop Summit. The two Golden Bears were also named Parade High School All-Americans. Brown was named the 2015 Gatorade Georgia Boys Player of the Year, USA Today's All-USA Georgia Player of the Year, Georgia's Mr. Basketball and the Class 6A Player of the Year by the Georgia Sports Writers Association, the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Class 6A North Player of the Year, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Class 6A Player of the Year, and the Marietta Daily Journal Class 6A Player of the Year.
The California Golden Bears basketball team hasn't been to the Sweet 16 since the mid 90's but that doesn't mean they haven't been producing NBA talent and overseas talent. The bears had the teams best recruiting class ever in the history of Cal mens basketball and possibly in all Cal sports ever. The recruiting class has 2 of the top 5 players in the nation, not to mention two other 4 star ranked players who won't be attending Cal this season. This is revolutionary for Cal basketball and all the credit belongs to Cuonzo Martin and his staff who have done a better job recruiting in the last year than all Cal coaches had done in the prior 10 years combined.
Their's currently three former Cal bears on guaranteed contracts in the NBA: Ryan Anderson, Allen Crabbe, and Jorge Gutierrez.