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Golden Nuggets: Undefeated Home Season for Bears

Jaylen Brown, Tyrone Wallce, Ivan Rabb, and Cuonzo Martin speak to the media about the second ever undefeated home season for the Golden Bears.

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Women's Basketball

Anigwe Moves Into Eighth In Single-Season Scoring Despite Loss

BERKELEY - Despite a game-high 21 points from freshman Kristine Anigwe, California women's basketball team fell to the seventh-ranked Oregon State Beavers 54-44 in the Golden Bears' regular-season finale Sunday morning in Haas Pavilion.

Anigwe's performance moved her into eighth place on Cal's all-time single season scoring list (567), surpassing former Bear forward Ashley Walker's mark of 552.

Sophomore Mikayla Cowling was Bears' second-leading scorer, going 4-13 for nine points.


Bears Roll To Third Straight Win: No. 25 Cal Sets Tone With Early Offense, Beats Long Beach State

CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. - Given a chance to take the momentum of three wins in a row home with it to Berkeley, the Cal softball team wasted little time jumping out to a lead against Long Beach State, scoring four runs in the first two innings en route to a 7-2 win on the final day of the Mary Nutter Classic.

Men's Swimming & Diving

Track & Field

Bears Complete MPSF Indoors With Great Results

SEATTLE - When the dust settled and the results of the 2016 MPSF Championships were announced, the California track and field programs were left with some exceptional performances from a number of student-athletes, including several new Golden Bear records.

Men's Golf

Cal Tied For Third At Cabo Collegiate: All Five Golden Bears Within One Shot Of Each Other

LOS CABOS, MEXICO - Cal (281, -3) is tied for third after the first round of the Querencia Cabo Collegiate played at par-71, 6928-yard Los Cabos Querencia golf course. The Golden Bears are seven strokes behind first-round leader South Florida (274, -10) while Baylor (275, -9) is one shot off the lead and Georgia (281, -3) tied with Cal. The four teams are the only ones under par after 18 holes of the event co-hosted by Arkansas and Houston.

All five players in the Cal lineup were within a single stroke of each other Sunday. Collin Morikawa, Sebastian Crampton and Cameron Shaw each had one-under par rounds of 70 to tie for 16th, while KK Limbhasut and Shotaro Ban both shot even-par rounds of 71 to tie for 25th.

Rice's Mario Carmona is the first-round leader after firing a five-under par 66 on his first 18 holes.

Men's Basketball