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Golden Nuggets: Ivan Rabb Speaks Out At NBA Combine

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We catch up on several other Bears in the Pros as well, as the WNBA season kicks off and Davis Webb looks to impress at Rookie Minicamp.

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Congratulations to all Cal student athletes who are graduating this week, all Cal students in general, and any Golden Blogs readers regardless of where they are enrolled.

Men’s Basketball

  • Ivan Rabb justified staying an extra year at Cal while speaking to reporters at the NBA Combine.

Proud of our guys! Ivan & Jaylen continue to keep up their Golden Bear brotherhood as Ivan makes his transition to the League. #CalFamily

Posted by Cal Men's Basketball on Sunday, May 14, 2017

Women’s Basketball

Baseball

Softball

  • Cal won the first two games against Oregon State but lost on Senior Day yesterday. Both the Bears and Beavers are on the NCAA Tourney bubble. Find out if the Bears get in at 7PM on ESPN2. UPDATE: They’re in!
  • This Cal Sports Quarterly feature on senior Vanessa Alvarez, published in print very early in the season, is now available online. She wound up having a pretty good season after missing most of 2015 and all of 2016 with injuries (That’s the focus of the article).

Track and Field

Soccer

  • Jonathan Klinsmann was named to the Team USA Under-20 squad and will play in the U-20 World Cup next week! Recently, he lead Team USA to a CONCACAF championship (their first ever), which is why the squad is in the U-20 World Cup, and received a Golden Glove Award for his efforts.

Swimming

Golf

  • This article from a few months ago about the Men’s Golf team, previously only available in the Cal Sports Quarterly, is now available online.
  • Men’s Golf season as a team ended, but Collin Morikawa will go for an individual title. First he has to play in the Stanford Regionals with 9 other individuals (and 13 teams). Top 5 individuals (outside of those 13 teams) and Top 5 teams advance to the NCAA Championships. Good luck!

Rugby

Football

Athletics

As always, Go Bears.