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Golden Nuggets: Jordan Kunaszyk’s Charity Work in Mexico

Nearly 30 articles in this one as I catch up from vacationing this weekend.

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Back from from a vacation in Colorado, I have some catching up to do. Looks like I have nearly 30 articles to post... so this is going to be large one folks with no block quotes. There won’t be a post on Sunday either due to a 5am work shift (and out all day Saturday) so... here’s a ton of reading material to get you by until Tuesday.



Academic Awards

  • Men’s Tennis players Can Kaya and Jack Molloy were named ITA Scholar Athletes, as were women’s players Anna Bright, Vivian Glozman, Alexis Nelson and Karla Popovic. This means they earned a 3.5 GPA among other things.
  • Women’s gymnasts Arianna Robinson and Nina Schank were named Scholastic All-Americans by the WCGA. This too required at least a 3.5 GPA.
  • Men’s Golf players Sebastian Crampton, Ben Doyle and Collin Morikawa were named All-America Scholars by the Golf Coaches Association of America. This required a 3.2+ GPA and also good play throughout the season.

Personnel Additions

  • Kyle Maspat will transfer from UC Santa Barbara to Cal and will have three years of eligibility for the Men’s Golf team.
  • Former lacrosse head coach Denise Wescott will be an assistant coach for the Cal women’s lacrosse team.


  • Women’s Soccer begin camp! Their first game is a little more than two weeks from now. Learn more about the roster, including who they think will replace star goalie Emily Boyd.
  • A few Cal student athletes, including football’s Evan Rambo, participated in the Sports Tech Collider Sprint during the spring. Find out what that is and how their experiences were here.
  • Teya Neff unfortunately didn’t get to play in her final season of Beach Volleyball at Cal after an accident, but she embraced her new role as a team manager and leader.
  • Learn more about the journey of Track’s Asha Culhane-Husain in Berkeley and Ireland.
  • You’ve seen me mention him before and maybe found his name a little hard to pronounce. But the recently graduated Men’s Crew athlete Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk (its Polish) is more than just a name his peers can’t pronounce, he was/is a phenomenal player.

Go Bears!