THE AXE IS STAYING IN BERKELEY
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by Leland Wong
2M ago
Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports Cal wins the 125th Big Game, 40 years after The Play. Go Bears ..read more
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Cal product Alex Morgan named to U.S. women’s soccer team for Tokyo Olympics
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by Alicia Rodriguez
1y ago
Photo by Brad Smith/ISI Photos/Getty Images The USWNT stalwart’s inclusion is no surprise. We know there will be Cal Bears at the Tokyo Olympics, and on Wednesday, one of them was revealed, as Alex Morgan was named to the 18-player roster for the U.S. women’s soccer team for the upcoming Olympic tournament. Morgan will be making her third appearance at the Olympics, after playing a vital role in helping the United States win gold at the 2012 London Olympics and featuring at the 2016 Rio Olympics as well. It’s been a busy several months for Morgan, who after delivering her first child last year ..read more
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Cal Signee Lu-Magia Hearns earns POY honors
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by Cam Mellor
1y ago
Hearns was selected as multiple outlets Player of the Year California Golden Bears defensive signee Lu-Magia Hearns earned some significant end-of-season honors this past week, being selected as the San Francisco Chronicle and Bay Area News Group’s Defensive Player of the Year for the high school football season past. From a story posted May 8, Hearns was nabbed as the San Francisco Chronicle’s Metro Player of the Year. Hearns, The Chronicle’s 2021 Metro Player of the Year and a Cal commit, makes quite an impression. A fast one. A sprinter on the track team, the 5-foot-11, 180-pound senior d ..read more
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Camryn Bynum continues Cal’s NFL Draft trend
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by Cam Mellor
1y ago
Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports Bynum was the only Bear selected in the 2021 NFL Draft The 2021 NFL Draft didn’t hear quite as many California Golden Bears as any fan may have hoped, but that wasn’t that big of a surprise for any of those who watched the team the past few seasons. With the amount of talent they’ve produced into the league, mainly from the defensive side of the ball and in the secondary, it’s actually quite amazing they can keep producing top-notch players in such a short amount of time. The past four seasons have produced six NFL draft picks from the defensive side of the ball and ..read more
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Golden Nuggets, 5/10: Been away a while
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by Cam Mellor
1y ago
But I’m back – what’d I miss? You’d noticed by now that I was missing for some time. It’s been a few days, alright fine, it’s been just over four months since I’ve been here. But here I am. After having our second child to start the year, adjusting to life with two children including our powerful two-year-old, yours truly is back in the thick of it. Oh, we also moved to a new house in that time frame as well, so just added to the chaos of the past few weeks. With me being back now, however, I figured what better way to acclimate myself than to read through what I’ve missed over the past ..read more
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How to watch Gonzaga vs. Baylor, 2021 NCAA Men’s Final
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by Sabreena Merchant
1y ago
Photo by Trevor Brown Jr/NCAA Photos via Getty Images Gonzaga goes for perfection. Not since 1976 when the Indiana Hoosiers finished 32-0 has a men’s college basketball team gone undefeated. Tonight, the Gonzaga Bulldogs aim to break that streak and end a season with a perfect record, in the process, earning their first national championship in program history. To do that, they’ll have to get past the Baylor Bears, who incidentally are also searching for their school’s first men’s basketball title. Whatever happens tonight, history will be made. What a treat that we get to watch it. The Zags h ..read more
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How to watch Stanford vs. Arizona, 2021 NCAA Women’s Final
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by Sabreena Merchant
1y ago
Photo by Jacob Snow/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The women’s tournament comes to a dramatic close. The NCAA women’s tournament has been excellent yet again after a year off, with multiple dramatic finishes and just enough upsets while still maintaining a high quality of play throughout. And today, for the first time in tournament history, two Pac-12 teams will face off for the national championship, as the no. 1 overall seed Stanford takes on no. 3 seed Arizona. The Cardinal were expected to be here, but the Wildcats had to upset no. 2 Texas A&M in the Sweet 16 and no. 1 Connecticut in ..read more
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Cal beat Stanford in women’s soccer for 1st time since 2013
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by Alicia Rodriguez
2y ago
Emma Westin again had a timely assist for Cal. | Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images A result that will warm Bears’ hearts. Cal women’s soccer had reason to celebrate over the weekend, after they notched a major 1-0 road win over Stanford on Saturday. Sophomore forward Mia Fontana scored the all-important goal for the Bears, set up by Emma Westin, and the defensive effort managed to make that stand as the only goal needed in the game. WATCH THIS WITH YOUR MORNING COFFEE!! @CalWSoc with a huge 1-0 win over reigning National Champion Stanford. #GoBears pic.twitter.com/Jt4NOhbAYG — Cal ..read more
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How to watch the NCAA women’s tournament selection show
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by Brady Klopfer
2y ago
Photo by Bob Kupbens/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images It’s time to watch the selection and fill out your brackets. It’s the most exciting time of the year in college sports: March Madness. Yesterday the brackets were selected for the men’s NCAA basketball tournament, and today the brackets will be chosen for the women’s NCAA basketball tournament. It’s pretty safe to say that the Cal women’s basketball team won’t be taking part in this year’s festivities, as the selection squad doesn’t normally make a habit of including one-win teams in the bracket. But even Cal fans can get excited about the ..read more
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How to watch 2021 Selection Sunday
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by Sabreena Merchant
2y ago
D. Ross Cameron-USA TODAY Sports It’s almost time to fill out this year’s brackets. We’ve almost arrived at the best time of the year: the start of the NCAA Tournament. Unfortunately, this year, the Cal men won’t be dancing after their second-round exit in the Pac-12 Tournament. At least the Bears beat Stanford in the first round! Regardless, Selection Sunday is upon us, and with it, the announcement of the 68-team field and the draw. It’s worth noting that regions are of less importance this year since the entire tournament will be held in Indianapolis. There are certain to be some surprises ..read more
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