Charmin Smith was an assistant for 12 years at Cal, first under Joanne Boyle and then Lindsay Gottlieb.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 80-79
- 11/11W 75-58
- 11/13W 70-52
- 11/18W 81-69
- 11/23W 65-57
- 11/24W 70-53
- 12/2W 67-42
- 12/8W 81-78
- 12/16W 69-45
- 12/221L 76-66
- 12/30L 85-79
- 1/4L 84-79
- 1/6W 66-59
- 1/11L 60-55
- 1/1319L 62-61
- 1/18W 77-63
- 1/20W 79-70
- 1/2521L 87-74
- 1/27W 80-60
- 1/318W 81-80
- 2/28L 75-50
- 2/83L 105-82
- 2/107L 82-74
- 2/15L 86-76
- 2/17L 80-74
- 2/2217W 69-60
- 2/24W 82-76
- 3/1W 71-65
- 3/3W 80-58
- 3/7W 77-58
- 3/87L 72-54
- 3/239W 92-72
- 3/251L 102-63
- Full Schedule
The door to women coaching in men's basketball has been slowly cracking open. Cal's Lindsay Gottlieb joining the Cavs moved the needle even more.
- Cal hires ex-assistant Charmin Smith as coach
- Cavaliers hire Cal women's coach Gottlieb to staff
- Louisville adds transfers from Ga. Tech, Cal
- Cal F-C Anigwe's 30-30 game first in 16 years
Lindsay Gottlieb has become the first women's collegiate head coach to join an NBA team, leaving Cal-Berkeley to join John Beilein's staff with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Louisville added two transfers from Georgia Tech and one from California to a roster that lost three starters, including All-American Asia Durr
Guard Jackie Young, who announced Monday that she will leave Notre Dame after three seasons, is the predicted No. 1 pick for Wednesday's WNBA draft.
With Sabrina Ionescu staying put, Asia Durr is now the projected No. 1 pick. Sophie Cunningham and Jessica Shepard also moved into the first round.
Six players projected to be first-round picks in our third WNBA mock draft will play Friday in the Women's Final Four. Sabrina Ionescu remains No. 1.
Juicy Landrum scored 20 points with four 3-pointers and No. 1 overall seed Baylor advanced to the women's NCAA Sweet 16 for the 11th season in a row with a 102-63 win over California on Monday night.
Kristine Anigwe extended her season-long streak of double-doubles with 18 points and 22 rebounds as California rallied from a 12-point deficit in the first half to beat North Carolina 92-72 in the first round of the women's NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
Baylor's Lauren Cox and Kalani Brown form one of the country's most formidable frontcourts. But Greensboro is loaded with talented post players.
The nation's leading scorer, the NCAA record holder for triple-doubles and one of UConn's most prolific scorers lead espnW's All-Americans.
Kiana Williams scored 23 points, Alanna Smith added 15 points and 11 rebounds, and seventh-ranked Stanford beat rival Cal 72-54 on Friday night in the Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinals.
Kristine Anigwe had 27 points and 16 rebounds to lead seventh-seeded Cal to a 77-58 win over 10th-seeded Washington State in the opening round of the Pac-12 Tournament on Thursday night.
Senior Kristine Anigwe is the first D-I woman since 2002 to post a game with 30 points and 30 rebounds. She has 30 straight double-doubles.
Senior Kristine Anigwe scored 32 points with 30 rebounds for her 30th straight double-double and California beat Washington State 80-58 on Sunday.
Cal senior Kristine Anigwe tied a Pac-12 Conference record by scoring 32 points and pulling down 30 rebounds on Sunday. She is only the second player with a 30-point, 30-rebound performance in more than 15 years.
Kristine Anigwe posted her 29th consecutive double-double to tie the Pac-12 record and California defeated Washington 71-65 on Friday night.
Kristine Anigwe and Recee' Caldwell scored 20 points each, Asha Thomas added 18 and California ended a five-game losing streak by snapping No. 17 Arizona State's five-game winning streak with a 69-60 victory Friday night.
Destiny Slocum scored 26 points and No. 7 Oregon State overcame an 11-point deficit to beat California 82-74 on Sunday.
Sabrina Ionescu scored 27 points in her return to the Bay Area to help No. 3 Oregon extend the longest active winning streak in the nation to 15 games with a 105-82 victory over California on Friday night.
Kiana Williams and DiJonai Carrington each scored 19 points and No. 8 Stanford beat California 75-50 on Saturday, less than 48 hours after losing to the Bears.
Asha Thomas made a left-handed layup at the buzzer, lifting California to a dramatic 81-80 win over No. 8 Stanford on Thursday night.
Megan Huff scored 18 of her 24 points in the second half and No. 21 Utah celebrated its first appearance in The AP Top 25 in nearly 11 years with an 87-74 victory over California on Friday night.
The Huskies moved to 11-0 with a second straight road win. But it's the first time UConn won back-to-back games by 10 or fewer points since 2008.