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Golden Nuggets: CJ Anderson Film Breakdown

Break down CJ's two touchdowns for the Denver Broncos. Meanwhile, Chevron features Ifeoma Onumonu of Women's Soccer.

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Women's Soccer

No. 12 Bears Rebound With UC Davis Shutout

BERKELEY --- The unblemished home record of the No. 12 California women's soccer team remained intact after its 4-0 shutout victory over the UC Davis Aggies Sunday afternoon at Goldman Field.

Cal (6-2) put together arguably its best offensive performance of the season to improve to 4-0 at home and bounce back from its loss at Saint Mary's on Friday. The Golden Bears posted a shot differential of +21 (22 shots to 1), matching its season high from its 2016 opener against Cal Poly. Against UC Davis (3-4-1), Cal was more effective with its chances as the team scored three more goals than it did against Cal Poly on fewer total shots (22 vs 26 against CPU) and shots on goal (10 vs. 11).

"I like the way that the team responded after Friday's match. We played a well-organized UC Davis team and the girls played hard for each other and their effort produced a great result," head coach Neil McGuire said postgame.

Men's Crew

Hellen Wins Gold at World University Games

BERKELEY - Morgan Hellen '16 and Team Great Britain raced to a gold medal finish in the Men's Four at the 2016 World University Championships last weekend. Team GB crossed the line with a time of 6:00.31, ahead of Italy, Poland, and the Netherlands.

The championships, organized by the International University Sports Federation (FISU) are held every two years and feature university-age students from around the world representing their respective countries.

"Training for the World University Championships alongside the British Olympic Teams was exciting and challenging, but the work I had done at Cal put me in a strong position to excel" said Hellen. "The training paid off with a victory over the Polish team which was comprised of many Olympians."

Women's Volleyball


Former Golden Bears Help Lead New And Long-Time Teams To Wins

BERKELEY - C.J. Anderson led defending Super Bowl champion Denver to a dramatic 21-20 victory over Carolina in a rematch of Super Bowl 50 on Thursday to open the league's season and by the time the first week of games ended Monday night Cal players had turned in several outstanding performances for both new squads and teams they have been with their entire NFL career.

Aaron Rodgers led the only team he has ever played for to a victory when he threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third in a 27-23 at Jacksonville to begin his 12th season with Green Bay, while Shane Vereen contributed 71 combined rushing and receiving yards including 31 on a game-winning fourth-quarter touchdown drive in the New York Giants' 20-19 win over Dallas.