Cal Bears News for March 1, 2014
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UW 70, Cal 65: Battered Bears fall on Senior Day

Afure Jemerigbe scored 24, but four different Bears picked up some level of injury in a close loss to Washington. First, Brittany Boyd came to the court out of uniform, meaning that she wasn't going to play. Later, Gennifer Brandon and Mikayla Lyles picked up leg injuries that required ice and kept them off the court for the majority of the 2nd half. Finally, Afure Jemerigbe picked up an ankle injury, but gamely stayed in the game for the final minute. By that point, Cal only had eight fully he

No.1 Cal Women's Swimming & Diving wins the 2014 Pac-12 champions...

Overcoming a relay DQ on Thursday, No.1 Cal Women's Swimming surged as a team on Friday and Saturday to capture the program's 3rd Pac-12 team championship. In total, the Bears won 5 individual events and 3 relays, setting 4 Pac-12 records. GO BEARS! Bears can check the done box next to one of their goal of the season, winning the Pac-12 team title. In addition to winning only the 3rd Pac-12 title in program history (compares to 3 NCAA titles already), the Bears get some always great to have mo

Rapid Reaction: CAL-ASU [$]

Bears shrug-off hustle plays, time for Singer to pick-and-pop

Rivals250 OL checks out Texas

Mesquite (Texas) Horn Rivals250 offensive tackle Conner Dyer is one of the most highly sought offensive line prospects in the country and has already received scholarship offers from across the country. On Saturday, he decided to make his way to Austin, Texas, to attend Texas Longhorns' junior day.

Rex Pflueger Piling In Offers [$]

Around the same time that Matt Ryan had his explosion onto the national scene on the east coast, Rex Pflueger has had just that on the west coast. With somewhat similar games and schools recruiting them, Pflueger's stock has exceeded expectation while playing for the No. 1 team in the nation.

Creason outlines phenomenal week

Cody Creason received his first three offers in one day, and his recruitment has really taken off since then.

Miami offers California tight end

Miami became the latest in a long line of schools to offer Moraga (Calif.) Campolindo tight end Tyler Petite.

Newsome talks UT offer [$]

Ryan Newsome is one of the state's hottest prospects and Texas has now officially entered the race for the Aledo star. Newsome talks about his UT visit and getting a Texas offer.

Adolphus not rushing decision

Gardena (Calif.) Serra defensive end Corey Adolphus has plenty of West Coast interest already with more on the way.

Brandt talks early offers

Schools came to Los Angeles (Calif.) Winward to check out Roy Hemsley, but they also got a look at Breland Brandt

Three-star RB talks two visits

Bolu Olornfunmi recently visited both USC and UCLA and hopes at least one visit could soon result from those trips.

Milo taking his time on decision

Bar Milo is picking up more interest but admits his recruitment has been pretty slow in recent weeks since West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade won the state title.

Lemieux adding more schools

Shane Lemieux keeps loading up with offers and even more interest as college coaches across the country become more familiar with the Yakima (Wash.) West Valley offensive tackle.

FSU, Bama pushing for R100 RB

Rivals100 running back Jacques Patrick has a Top 10 list, but two big-time programs are pushing the hardest.

SEC interest for Aaron

When Kurt Roper was at Duke he was the lead recruiter for Austin Aaron so now that Roper has moved on to become Florida's offensive coordinator the relationship has continued.

Lovette talks Notre Dame offer

Notre Dame has shown a lot of early interest in Malik Lovette and on Monday the Irish decided to offer the four-star wide receiver.

Soup of the Day [$]

Derek Campbell sets a career high with five RBIs on Saturday and Devon Rodriguez haunts Baylor's dreams again, as Cal rolls to a fourth straight win on the road.

Cal 60, Arizona State 78 - Bears got swept in the desert

I don't think it is time to worry about Cal's NCAA chances just yet, but there is basically no margin for error for the Bears in their next 3 games. This is your instant reaction thread, check back for a more thorough recap tomorrow morning. Vent about this game here. ASU just can't miss in the second half, after the Bears stayed close despite foul troubles from Richard Solomon and then Justin Cobbs in the first half. GO BEARS!

Cal falls to Arizona State, its third loss in its past four games...

Cal's postseason hopes get a little shakier with an 18-point loss on the road to Arizona State.

Cal WBB vs. Washington: Senior Day preview & gamethread

It's the last game at Haas Pavilion for Gennifer Brandon, Avigiel Cohen, Afure Jemerigbe and Mikayla Lyles. Can Cal extend their seven game winning streak? Looking back on this entire season, Cal's win over Washington has got to be the craziest game of the year, right? Tons of offense, 3 pointers raining down all the time, big runs, lead changes . . . it was chaotic basketball at its best. And Cal somehow survived despite allowing 11 made three pointers. I'd just as soon watch Cal win a bit m

Kameron Rooks out for the year with a foot injury

ARRRRRGH Cal will lose freshman center Kameron Rooks for the remainder of the season. Rooks has a foot injury that will keep him from playing the rest of 2014. Rooks had become Cal’s primary big off the bench. Although he wasn’t averaging many points or rebounds and struggled with overall foot speed, he was doing a lot of good work in post defense and interior defending in his limited minutes on the floor. More importantly, he provided the Bears with a big body, which is something Cal has very f

Basketball: ASU game thread

WELCOME: As was the case Wednesday when Cal played at Arizona, I am not in Tempe today for the Bears’ game vs. Arizona State. But I will provide updates at halftime and postgame. Cal will play today without freshman backup center Kameron Rooks, who is out for the season with a left foot injury. Better [...]

Gamethread: Men's basketball vs. Arizona State Sun Devils

Is this the start of a three-game win streak to propel the Bears to March Madness? When: 3:00 p.m. PT/6:00 p.m. ETLive on Pac-12 NetworksListen live with the TuneIn app or on the radio: KGO 810 AMLive stats It's March 1st, which means we're officially in March Madness territory. The Golden Bears (18–10, 9–6 Pac-12) need to finish their schedule with some solid wins to ensure advantageous seeding (and that ever-important momentum) heading into the tourney. Today, we've got Arizona State; our l

Basketball: Rooks out for year with foot injury

Cal freshman backup center Kameron Rooks will miss the remainder of the season with a left foot injury, the school announced Saturday. The 7-footer played in all but two of the Bears’ first 28 games of the season, averaging 1.6 rebounds and 1.3 points in 7.0 minutes per game. Rooks posted a season-best eight points [...]

Cal freshman backup center Kameron Rooks out for season with...

Cal freshman backup center Kameron Rooks out for season with foot injury

Freshman Center Out for Remainder of Season [$]

California freshman center Kameron Rooks goes down with a left foot injury the day the Bears are set to face fellow third-place Pac-12 foe Arizona State on the road. How does his loss affect the Bears heeded into Tempe?

Men's basketball: Q&A with House of Sparky

Nick Krueger from House of Sparky chats Cal vs. ASU basketball! 1. ASU has been relatively inconsistent, following an impressive 3-game win streak (Oregon State, Oregon, and Arizona) by a two game losing streak to Colorado and Utah. What have been the main reasons for this inconsistency? Nick Krueger (NK): It begins and ends with the player rotations which for some reason Herb Sendek refuses to set this season. Players who hadn't seen time since early January such as Egor Koulechov and Chance M

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