The California Golden Bears are still making news across the country, far and wide, both current former student-athletes. We’re rounding up all the news from the weekend in once clear and concise place to ease your reading ability.
Stay safe out there, wash your hands and Cal has The Axe!
Imagine if Jahvid Best had been able to continue his amazing career...
Weitzeil dots another finalist list for top women’s swimming and diving after she became the first woman to finish the 50-yard freestyle swim in under 21 seconds.
Chase Garbers doing his part during coronavirus pandemic
Kyte Crigger, Anton Vorona, Jonathan Wang, Kyle Abe and Yu-Chen Lee each earned honors on the MPSF All-Academic Team this weekend.
Former Cal soccer star Grace Leer on American Idol
Windes and Arroyo made up two-fifths of the entire class this offseason as they were both two-time Olympians as well.
Hawkins sat down with Sports Illustrated to talk about how he is staying in shape and what his preparations for the 2020 NFL Draft have been like with coronavirus shutting down in-person meetings.
Bynum had PFF’s fourth-highest grade on ‘accurate passes’ or “Coverage is often at the mercy of the opposing passing game. You can be in tight coverage, but the perfect pass and the perfect catch beat the perfect coverage almost every time. At PFF, we also chart exact ball location accuracy data from quarterbacks.”
What’d we miss? Drop in some news we may have missed from this weekend below.