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14-11, 8th in Pac-12
Uconn's Samuelson fakes out defender for layup (0:21)
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100dMechelle Voepel

Cal's Anigwe is espnW's player of the week

Senior Kristine Anigwe opened the season with back-to-back double-doubles, including 24 points and 22 rebounds on Sunday, to help Cal start 2-0.

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267dAssociated Press

Coach: Airline asked if biracial son is mine

Southwest has apologized to Cal women's basketball coach Lindsay Gottlieb after she claimed an airline employee stopped her from boarding because the worker didn't believe her 1-year-old biracial son was hers.

Layshia Clarendon opens up about assault at Cal (3:22)
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280dKate Fagan

Cal report substantiates claims of sexual harassment

WNBA All-Star Layshia Clarendon's sexual harassment claims against longtime Cal athletic department employee Mohamed Muqtar were recently substantiated by the school. Now a number of former women student-athletes have come forward to tell similar stories.

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Our McDonalds 3 point Champion McKenzie Forbes is also the daughter of a former Harlem globetrotter. Skills on skills on skills for Cal next season!

Anigwe out, No. 7 Cal upset by No. 10 Virginia (0:53)
Aiyeotan's clutch bucket seals Virginia victory (0:18)
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Cal's Anigwe not cleared to play in Virginia loss

Kristine Anigwe, who led California in scoring this season, missed the Golden Bears' NCAA tournament loss against Virginia on Friday. The team announced Anigwe wasn't medically cleared to play but provided no additional details.

Williams excels in huge Stanford win (1:07)
UCLA edges past California (0:58)
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455dMichelle Smith

Anigwe ready to help return Cal to national prominence

Kristine Anigwe is one of the best players in the country who has spent two years on a Cal team that was widely considered an underachiever in a surging Pac-12. Now a junior, Anigwe is ready to have her team's performance match her own.

Samuelson injured in UConn win (1:07)
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459dKatie Barnes

Despite Samuelson injury, UConn makes statement in home opener

UConn routed No. 20 Cal, even after losing Katie Lou Samuelson to a foot injury in the second quarter. Geno Auriemma was happy with how his team responded, and the Huskies are determined to step up no matter how long she's out.

Despite making history, Cal's Chen just aspires to be the best version of herself (4:05)