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Clara Goni and the Bears host Pacific this weekend.
Cal Meets Pacific Twice This Weekend at Maxwell
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  09/26/2013

Cal and Pacific meet Friday (7pm) and Sunday (12pm) in NorPac field hockey action at Maxwell Family Field. Sunday's game is scheduled to air live on the Pac-12 Networks.

MATCH 8: PACIFIC Tigers (2-6)
Friday, Sept. 27 | 7 p.m.
Maxwell Family Field | Berkeley, Calif.
Live Stats:

MATCH 9: PACIFIC Tigers (2-6)
Sunday, Sept. 29 | 12 p.m.
Maxwell Family Field | Berkeley, Calif.
Live Stats:
Broadcast: Pac-12 Networks

Scouting Pacific
Pacific enters the weekened with a 2-6 record after splitting four matches in four days last week in Philadelphia. The Tigers - headed by first year coach Andy Smith - defeated St. Joseph’s in double-overtime (3-2) and beat La Salle 2-1 before being shutout against St. Francis (5-0) and Penn (7-0). Two Tigers earned NorPac honors this week with sophomore goalkeeper Molly Macierz being named the West Defensive Player of the Week and freshman forward Nicole Laskosky being named the West Rookie of the Week. Macierz sports a 3.47 GAA this year as the lead GK of three for Pacific. Melissa Maultsby leads the Tigers with three goals and six points. 

Cal vs Pacific
Cal is 69-19-0 all-time against Pacific, including 8-2 the past 10 meetings between the teams. This year brings a new twist to the conference rivalry with former California assistant coach Andy Smith taking over in his first season as the head coach of the Pacific Tigers.

Year Location Result Score
2012 Stockton L 1-2
2012 Berkeley W 5-0
2011 Berkeley W 4-0
2011 Stockton W 10-0
2010 Stockton W 3-0
2010 Berkeley W 3-0
2009 Berkeley W 4-1
2009 Stockton L 1-2
2008 Berkeley W 3-0
2008 Stockton W 3-0

Cal On The Pac-12 Networks
Sunday’s game against Pacific will air live on the Pac-12 Networks at 12 p.m. The game is the third this season and seventh overall for California on the second-year network, and the Bears are looking for their first win on the Pac-12 Networks.

The Hendrickson Impact
Courtney Hendrickson currently ranks seventh in the NCAA and first in the NorPac with her .807 save percentage and is 22nd in the NCAA with her 1.46 goals against average. Hendrickson - who has been hailed for her saving prowess by opposing coaches in nearly every game this season - has saved 46 shots compared to 11 goals allowed for her conference-leading save percentage in her first season as the full starter.

On The Horizon
The Bears travel to the east coast to take on Duke and North Carolina next weekend. It is the second of three east coast trips this year for Cal.

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