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Upset City! Billy Griffith of Cal Men's Tennis takes down the #8 seed in the NCAA Singles Championship! Cal Bears
For the THIRD year in a row, Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk is the Pac-12 Rowing Athlete of the Year! Cal Bears
Eyes on the prize.

📍 Sarasota, FL https://t.co/i2jlDuQYEm
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Make it THREE 👌👌👌 in a row.

Congrats, Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk your @pac12 Rowing Athlete of the Year!

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RT @CalMRowing: For the THIRD (!!) year in a row, Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk has been named the Pac-12 Rowing Athlete of the Year!

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Cal vs. UNC | 9.1.18
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Don't forget to vote for Cal Baseball's Andrew Vaughn for the Golden Spikes Award!

#VoteForVaughn

Voting 🔗: http://calbea.rs/2kfJfS5
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RT @PatrickMLaird: I never posted this because of the result of our last game but now I’m posting because today I hit over 1000 sign-ups fo… @CalAthletics
On this date in Cal History: May 24, 2013

Megan Takacs becomes the first All-American in Cal Lacrosse history! #Berkeley150
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Knowlton's Notes: First Week as Cal AD - California
He’s just getting started. It’s the inaugural Knowlton’s Notes!
Knowlton's Notes: First Week as Cal AD 5/23/2018 3:17 PM | By: Jim Knowlton Dear Friend of Cal Athletics: I couldn't be more excited to begin my journey as Director of ...
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Andrew Vaughn
The Santa Rosa native knew he needed to give back to his community after the devastating fires this fall.

As if you need another reason to #VoteForVaughn for the Golden Spikes Award.

#VoteForVaughn ➡️ http://calbea.rs/2kfJfS5
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Cal Teams Again Post Strong APR Scores - California
A program-record 18 teams post APR Scores above 980!
Latest NCAA Academic Data Show 18 Teams At Or Above 980
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For Mom - California
On the football field or in the throwing ring, Malik McMorris works to honor the memory of his Mom!
Cal's Malik McMorris Honors His Mother On The Football Field And In The Throwing Ring
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On this date in Cal History: May 23, 2011

Pia Halbig of Cal Women's Golf wins the Dinah Shore Trophy, one of the most prestigious awards in collegiate golf! #Berkeley150
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Fired Up - California
Seven student-athletes thought they were prepared for the challenge.

But volunteering for the IGNITE Academy was so much more than they women anticipated. They can't wait to recreate the experience.
Female Student-Athletes Have Memorable Experience At Mini-Fire Academy
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What a pair!

The Cal Beach Volleyball duo of Maddie Micheletti and Grace Campbell are Second Team All-Americans!
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David Durden Agrees To Contract Extension - California
Nine straight years in the nation's top 2 at the NCAA Championship!

David Durden will look to continue that success as he has agreed to a three-year extension to coach Cal Men's Swimming & Diving!
Cal Head Coach Looks To ...
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Jack Austin

Football • Junior • Chino Hills, CA • Legal Studies

“I am proud to be a Golden Bear because not only am I earning the best education in the country, but I am also playing football in the best college football conference in the nation. Cal has made me step outside of my comfort zone, and I’ve grown mentally, physically and spiritually as a result. I have grown as a man in ways that I wouldn’t have anywhere else. I love Cal, and I wouldn’t trade the Cal student-athlete experience for anything in the world.”

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Mikayla Cowling

Women's Basketball • Junior • Benicia, CA • Sociology

“My father, mother, and eldest sister attended Cal. I grew up around the campus and the community. I chose Cal because it offers me so much love and support as a person, independent of my basketball abilities. My experience thus far has already impacted my life for the better. Know that the money you have invested in me and in our program will certainly not go to waste. Thank you for all you do. Go Bears!”

Andrew Seliskar

Men's Swimming & Diving • Sophomore • McLean, VA • Mechanical Engineering

“Swimming at Cal had been my dream since watching the 2011 squad clinch their first national title in 31 years at the NCAA Championships. I trained and worked my hardest throughout high school with that dream settled in the back of my mind. When it finally came time to take my talents to the next level, Cal was an easy choice, and the best decision I have ever made. I have fallen in love with this school and this program, and am so grateful for the opportunity to be here as a result of your kindness. I promise to give it my all to succeed here as a student athlete, and to continue the legacy of greatness that stands with Cal men’s and women’s swimming & diving. Thank you. Go Bears!”

Sydney Earle

Field Hockey • Senior • San Diego, CA • Media Studies, m. Education

“It has been incredible to attend one of the top universities in the world while also being able to play the sport I love. I have created friendships that will last a lifetime and met mentors that have already helped shape my future. As a donor to Cal Athletics, you also form part of this incredible community – I can’t thank you enough for all your encouragement and support!”

Marianne Li

Women's Golf • Sophomore • Bellevue, WA • Intended Business Administration

“Thank you very much for your generosity and your support of my longtime dream of being a student-athlete at a prestigious university. I am grateful for this opportunity and excited for my next few years here! I am fully immersed in the culture here at UC Berkeley and love the passion my coaches, professors, and teammates have for everything that they do. I’ve been having the best time. Thank you! Go Bears!”

Caroline Schlegel

Lacrosse • Senior • Denver, CO • Interdisciplinary Studies, Urban Development and Business Administration

“Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to be a student-athlete at the best public university in the world. I could not be more grateful for my experience here at Cal. Every day I am pushed intellectually, athletically and socially making me a better person. My time at Cal has allowed me to achieve more than I could have ever imagined. I could not be prouder to be a Cal Bear.”