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Golden Nuggets: A Potpourri of (Mostly Old) Articles From a Very Slow News Week

A high honor for Evan Weaver

NCAA Football: California at Washington State James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

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 So here’s a list of some, mostly outdated, articles about Cal sports.


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.

Men’s Basketball

Women’s Basketball

  • 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.