Its been a long week for me work wise, but the one time I had a day off on a GN day, I scoured my typical news sites and didn’t find any headline worthy posts. After a whole week of waiting around, a few have showed up. However, I didn’t want to throw away some good articles about past events, even if those events have long passed. I did have to throw away some basketball ones, though. So here’s a list of some, mostly outdated, articles about Cal sports.
- Evan Weaver made Athlon Sports’ Top 50 college football players for the 2019 season. He is listed at 37!
37. Evan Weaver, LB, California
Weaver was all over the field for a California defense that limited teams to just 20.4 points a game in 2018. The Washington native recorded 158 stops (nine for a loss), 4.5 sacks, six pass breakups,and two interceptions last fall. Weaver’s interception return for a touchdown was instrumental in California’s upset of Washington.
- Chase Garbers is one of the players on the football team with the most to prove.
- Connor Vanover has dreams of playing in the NBA. Check out links to videos of his high school days as well.
- Walk-on guard Jacob Orender has gotten some playing time lately and looking well.
- The schedule is easing up, and now its time for the team to make a run for the NCAA tournament... but its already gotten off to a bad start since this article was posted before the recent USC loss.
- Colleen Galloway praised Kristine Anigwe prior to her record setting performance against Oregon on February 8.
- Kristine Anigwe then set the rebounding record against Oregon State, and Asha Thomas set a Cal record for made threes. However, all these record setting performances came in losses.
- Lindsay Rood is among the best base stealers in Cal softball history and that will be big in her last season with the Bears. (Published before last week’s season opener)
- The Women’s Swimming team had their last home meet of the season on Saturday. The seniors reflect on their time at Cal.
- Milan Clausi of Women’s Gymnastics had a great showing in her hometown of Salt Lake City on the 9th, at the school where her mom was a star player.
- Eddie Hart’s Olympic dreams were crushed because of a scheduling mishap, but he did get to win NCAA Championships with Cal.
- How can the Pac-12 Conference escape its bad Pac-12 Networks deal?
- Check out some of the highlights from the Cal Athletics Fund Scholarship Banquet held earlier this month.