Cal enters the national postseason Saturday, April 19, in the Super Regional round of the Varsity Cup National Championships against UCLA at 3 p.m. on North Athletic Field in Los Angeles.
No. 1 California ended its regular season Saturday with a loss at Saint Mary's, 55-31, as the Golden Bears' four tries could not match the eight scored by the Gaels on Pat Vincent Field.
No. 1 Cal takes a short trip for a big match Saturday, April 5, against No. 4 St. Mary's in Moraga. Tickets are $10 (ages 12 and under free) to see this rivalry resume at 1 p.m. on Pat Vincent Field.
A public memorial to celebrate the life of Paul Andrew is set for Friday, April 4, at 4 p.m. at the Piedmont Community Church. A reception will follow at the Piedmont Community Center.
Paul Andrew, a starter in the 1951 Rose Bowl, two-sport collegian, United States Marine and founder of the Monterey Rugby Tournament, died March 23 at the age of 85.
British Columbia earned a split in the series and won the ‘World Cup' for the first time since 2006 with a 40-3 defeat of the Rugby Bears Sunday at Thunderbird Stadium.
California make its annual trip to Canada on Sunday, March 23, to play the University of British Columbia in the "World Cup" series finale at 1 p.m. in Thunderbird Stadium.
In a Saint Patrick's Day match between conference champions, No. 1 Cal rang up 15 tries to beat No. 22 Dartmouth, 99-7, Monday night on Witter Rugby Field.
Cal comes home for a St. Patrick's Day edition of Monday Night Rugby on March 17, when Ivy champion Dartmouth visits at 6:30 p.m.
No. 1 California beat No. 8 Utah, 43-31, Saturday to claim its second straight PAC Rugby Conference 15s title.
The No. 1 Golden Bears seeks their second straight PAC Rugby Conference 15s title when they visit the No. 8 Utes at 1 p.m. MT Saturday on campus at the University of Utah.
No. 2 Cal beat No. 13 Cal Poly, 95-14, Sunday at the Cal Poly Sports Complex. Seamus Kelly and Harry Adolphus both had hat tricks and Josh Tucker scored five tries for the Bears.