The No. 2 Golden Bears are back on the road to face No. 13 Cal Poly Sunday, March 9, at 2 p.m. at the Cal Poly Sports Complex on campus in San Luis Obispo.
Scoring 11 tries but yielding the final three scores of the night, a mostly frosh-soph Cal team defeated Santa Rosa JC, 65-19, Wednesday night on Witter Rugby Field.
A lineup replete with first- and second-year players takes on Santa Rosa Junior College Wednesday night on Witter Rugby Field at 6:30 p.m. in Cal's second-to-last home match of the regular season.
No. 2 California defeated No. 17 Arizona, 78-7, to move into first place in the PAC Rugby Conference Sunday afternoon at the Rincon Vista Sports Complex.
The No. 2 Golden Bears stayed unbeaten both overall and within the PAC Rugby Conference with their 76-18 victory at No. 11 Arizona State Friday night.
The upcoming match between Cal and Cal Poly has been rescheduled for one day after the original fixture, and will now take place Sunday, March 9, at 2 p.m. in San Luis Obispo.
No. 2 Cal travels to Arizona State and Arizona to continue its PAC conference schedule, facing the No. 11 Sun Devils Friday, Feb. 28, at 6 p.m. MT, and the No. 17 Wildcats Sunday, March 2, at noon MT.
A capacity crowd and a national TV audience on Pac-12 Networks saw Cal overcome a halftime deficit with five unanswered second-half tries to beat UCLA, 32-10, Saturday afternoon at Homecoming.
When No. 2 Cal welcomes No. 7 UCLA to Witter Rugby Field Saturday, the Bears and Bruins will also be welcoming Pac-12 Networks for a live TV broadcast 3-5 p.m. PT.
Cal scored 55 unanswered second-half points to shut down Santa Clara, 74-13, Wednesday night on Witter Rugby Field. Ten Bears scored a total of 12 tries as Cal ran away with the match.
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The Golden Bears will dial up a Starting XV peppered with youth to face Santa Clara on Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. under the lights on Witter Rugby Field.