Volleyball is playing in their first-ever national
championship game when they face Penn State, Saturday, Dec. 18 at
5:30pm PT. If you're in the Bay Area, here are a few hot spots to watch
the match - thanks to our awesome sponsors. So gather your friends and family, break out the blue and gold, and get ready to cheer on your Golden Bears!
Cal alumnae Natalie Coughlin and Dana Vollmer as well as Cal and U.S. head coach Teri McKeever were busy today, Wednesday, on the first day of the FINA Short Course World Championships in Dubai, UAE.
Vollmer anchored the fourth-place 800-meter freestyle relay for the United States, which posted a time of 7:38.42 in the final. Coughlin qualified for the 100-meter backstroke final by taking fourth place in the semifinal with a time of 57.61. She swam the fifth-fastest time (57.91) in the 100 back in Wednesday's preliminary heats.
With the fall semester coming to a close, it's time to reward our current Men's Basketball student pass holders with even more cool stuff.
On Wednesday, Dec. 22, all 2010-11 Men's Basketball student season pass holders can each bring ONE FRIEND FOR FREE to the highly anticipated match-up against Kansas at Haas Pavilion, scheduled for an 8pm tip-off!
HERE ARE THE DETAILS - Student season pass holders can bring one (1) friend for free to the Cal-Kansas game on Dec. 22 - Your friend DOES NOT have to be a Cal student, it can be anyone - so bring mom or dad, your bro or sis, your cousin, or your BFF who goes to another school, etc. etc. etc! - You and your friend MUST enter through the student gate at Haas Pavilion (Gate 5) - If a student pass holder transfers their ticket, the recipient is also allowed to bring a friend
Remember, seating capacity on The Bench is limited to about 400 pass holders/friends, so get to Haas early for the best available seating - doors open at 6:30pm!
Got questions? Call the Athletic Ticket Office at (800) GO BEARS, M - F, 9am-4pm.
If you don't have your student season pass yet, what are you waiting for? Click here to get yours today so you can bring a friend to the Kansas game!
Check out what former Cal linebacker Mike Mohamed had to say about his trip to New York City for the National Football Foundation's Annual Awards Banquet held at the Waldorf=Astoria in New York City on Tuesday, Dec. 7. Mohamed was one of 16 NFF National Scholar Athlete's that was recognized and a finalist for the prestigious William V. Campbell Trophy that was won by Sam Acho of Texas.
Upon Arrival Monday afternoon regarding Media Responsibilities ... Alright, I will try to get it all in, kinda rushing to get around right now.
Tuesday morning ... Just heard all the Hall of Famers talk ... Bill Cosby is hilarious!
Tuesday afternoon ... Bout to get a shot from atop the Empire State!
Tuesday at the Awards Dinner ... The banquet is awesome so far! Great food and a lot of big name football players here!
Tuesday after the Awards Dinner ... I'm thankful to have been able to come to New York and be part of the NFF's ceremony!
Last thought late Tuesday night ... It was coolest to meet probably Tom Brokaw or Archie Manning because of their reputations and their work in broadcasting and football.
California head coach Teri McKeever was named the head coach of the U.S. women's Olympic swimming team for the 2012 London Summer Olympics on Wednesday. Look for more information on this announcement on CalBears.com later today.