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Men’s Soccer

Thierjunt, Sivakumar Pick Up Academic Honors

BERKELEY – California men's soccer members Christian Thierjung and Aravind Sivakumar earned Academic All-District honors, the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA) announced on Thursday.

Theirjung, a senior forward, and junior midfielder Sivakumar were two of 12 players selected to the first team in District 8 for NCAA Division I schools.

Sivakumar holds a 3.89 grade point average (GPA) in Computer Science and is a starter for the Golden Bears. The Cupertino, Calif., native has recorded one goal and an assist so far this season.

Women’s Soccer

No. 18 Bears Blank Sun Devils, 2-0

TEMPE, ARIZ. --- No. 18 California women's soccer rebounded from only its third loss of the season to claim a 2-0 victory over the Arizona State Sun Devils Thursday evening at Sun Devil Stadium.

Cal (13-3-2, 6-1-2 Pac-12) displayed its season-long ability to bounce back against ASU (6-9-2, 1-7-1 Pac-12), improving to 3-0 after suffering a loss in 2016.

The visiting Golden Bears were held scoreless in the first half for the third straight match but not for lack of effort: Cal led ASU 6-3 in shots and matched the Sun Devils 2-2 in corners through 45 minutes.

Despite the advantage, head coach Neil McGuire felt that the team could do more.

"Arizona State played a bit better and sharper than us in the first half and that gave us some trouble," McGuire said of the opening period.

Women’s Basketball


Bears Knock Off No. 18 Washington State

BERKELEY – Cal senior Jenelle Jordan didn't play against Washington State at the beginning of the month when the Bears fell to the Cougars in a sweep.

You might say her presence Saturday made a difference.

Jordan recorded eight kills and seven blocks, and redshirt freshman Savannah Rennie added seven kills in her first career start as the Cal volleyball team knocked off No. 18 Washington State 25-23, 25-17, 25-22 at Haas Pavilion.