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No. 24 Cal Meets George Washington in CBE Classic
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Release:  11/12/2011

Nov. 12, 2011

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Game #2
No. 24 California (1-0) vs. George Washington (1-0)
Haas Pavilion | Berkeley, Calif.
Sunday, Nov. 13 - 6:30 p.m. PT
Series Record: First meeting
KNEW 910AM (Roxy Bernstein and Todd McKim)
TV/Web: ESPNU (Dave Flemming and Sean Farnham)
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Game #3
No. 24 California (1-0) vs. Austin Peay (0-1)
Haas Pavilion | Berkeley, Calif.
Tuesday, Nov. 15 - 7 p.m. PT
Series Record: First meeting
Radio: KNEW 910AM (Roxy Bernstein and Todd McKim)
TV/Web: ESPN2 / ESPN3 (Dave Flemming and Sean Farnham)
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BERKELEY - Coming off an impressive season-opening victory, the No. 24 California men's basketball team now looks to knock off George Washington in the first game of the Progressive College Basketball Experience Classic. As site hosts, the Golden Bears meet the Colonials for the first time in program history.

Cal's first win of the season pushed its record in season openers to 4-0 under head coach Mike Montgomery. The Bears also moved to 12-1 in home openers at Haas Pavilion since the building's renovation in 1999. Cal is scheduled to play nine of its 13 non-conference games on Pete Newell Court. Two years ago, the Bears lost just once in all of its home games.

GW makes the trek out to the West Coast following a 64-48 victory over Maryland Eastern Shore. The win marked a new era for the Colonials who welcome first-year head coach Mike Lonergan to the sidelines. Senior G Tony Taylor led all players with 20 points, in the victory, while the GW defense held UMES to 29 percent shooting.

The Bears were buoyed to a 77-56 win over UC Irvine by sophomore G Allen Crabbe's game-high 24 points. Senior G Jorge Gutierrez flirted with a triple double as he poured in 11 points to go with nine rebounds and seven assists. Senior F Harper Kamp rounded out Cal's scoring leaders with 10 points and eight rebounds. Freshman F David Kravish had a solid outing in his first with the Bears as he pulled down seven boards and registered Cal's only blocked shot of the evening.

Cal students receive free admission to each of the Bears' Progressive CBE Classic home games with a valid student ID as part of the team's Pack the Haas campaign.

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