calbears.com photo: The Cal Bears Kareem South (10) takes a fade away shot against the Boston College Eagles defender Julian Rishwain (2)
On the Cal Bears podcast with Michael:
#1 The game was close but the Bears just couldn’t pull the trigger losing to Boston College Eagles by four 64-60 at Chase Center in the City last Sat Dec 21
#2 The Bears came away with a first half lead but it was that second half that the Eagles came away with a 38-31 second half enough to do the trick for the win.
#3 Talk about the job that the Cal Bears Matt Bradley has been doing for the club leading consistently in scoring last Saturday with 21 against Boston College
#4 Cal head coach Mark Fox also has been looking also been putting his confidence in scorers Kareem South and Lar Thiermann.
#5 The Bears next up face the Harvard Crimson (8-4) at Haas Pavilion on Sat Dec 29th. The Bears who are looking to get back into the win column after losing four of their last five games.
Join Michael each Thursday for the Cal Bears podcasts at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
photo from bearinsider.com: Matt Bradley (20) of the Cal Bears takes a shot against Boston College Eagles on Saturday at Chase Center in San Francisco at the Al Attles Challenge
On the Cal Bears podcast with Morris:
#1 On Saturday at Chase Center was the game against Boston College (8-5) a game that the Cal Bears (6-6) could have won in a 64-60 loss.
#2 The Bears had a chance to hold off the Eagles after leading in the first half the game slipped in the second half when BC outscored Cal 38-31.
#3 Playing at Chase Center was there a different feel a different vibe playing in a neutral site game for the Bears that might have played in their game.
# 4 Matt Bradley led the Bears with 21 points with nine rebounds and two assists he’s been big for Cal but they could have used more help on Saturday.
#5 The Bears now have lost four of their last five games and host Harvard next Sunday at Haas Pavilion
#6 Football: The Illinois Illini and Cal Bears on paper look like evenly matched teams you will have a chance to talk with both teams on Friday 27th at a presser in talking with Cal quarterback Chase Garber how much is riding on this game this Saturday. The Red Box Bowl at Levi Stadium is on Mon Dec 30th.
Morris Phillips does the Cal Bears podcasts each Monday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
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On the Cal Bears podcast with Miguel:
#1 Just overwhelming as the Cal Bears were outplayed by the St. Mary’s Gaels on Saturday night at Haas Pavilion.
#2 The Bears came into Haas undefeated at home this season, but couldn’t stop the Gales offensive evening, losing by 12 points for their first home loss.
#3 Two of the Gales forces that were just unstoppable were Jordan Ford’s 32 points and Malik Fitts’ 28 points, who led St Mary’s in scoring.
#4 Cal head coach Mark Fox said that St. Mary’s offense was very good and trying to shut them down proved difficult.
#5 The Bears will try to get back into the win column as they matchup against Boston College at the Al Attles Classic on Saturday, Dec. 21 at the Chase Center in San Francisco.
Join Michael each Thursday for the Cal Bears basketball podcasts at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
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On the NCAAB podcast with Michelle:
#1 The No. 15 Tar Heels’ Cameron Johnson scored 15 points in NC’s 85-60 win over Pitt.
#2 Alabama beat Kentucky 77-75 first time that Alabama beat Kentucky since 2013
#3 Virginia Tech defeated Boston College 77-66 on Sunday. Jarius Hamilton led BC with 31 points for the win.
Michelle does the NCAAB podcasts each Sunday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
By: Joe Lami
The number three Stanford Cardinal returned to Maples Pavilion for the first time this season on Friday night, where they beat the Cal Poly Mustangs by the final score of 86-51. It was the first time that the Cardinal have played on their home floor since March 26th, where they hosted Michigan in a second round NCAA tournament matchup.
The Cardinal are coming off a two game east coast road trip which started the season with a record of 1-1. After a win against Boston College, the Cardinal went to take on number one Connecticut, a game where they would fall 76-57.
Friday night’s game was back and forth between Stanford and Cal Poly for the first ten minutes, seeing six different lead changes. It was a close game up until Stanford broke free and went on a 27-10 run to end the half. The halftime score was 41-27. Stanford continued to dominate the second half of play as well, outscoring Cal Poly 45-24.
Stanford was led by Chiney Ogwumike, who scored 36, a new career high. She also brought down 11 rebounds in Friday nights’ win. For Ogumike, its’ her third double-double in as many games and also the 61st in her career on the farm. Ogwumike was also the only Stanford player to get into double figures, as the next closest player was Mikaela Ruef with nine. Though Stanford only had one player in double digits, it was a complete team game for the Cardinal as ten different players got onto the scoring sheet. All of Stanford’s starters got on the scoring sheet as well, as Ruef scored nine, Ogwumike had 36, Kailee Johnson scored seven and Lili Thompson and Amber Orrange each had six.
Stanford continues to struggle with turnovers however, where Cal Poly forced another 15, totaling 46 in only three games. Luckily for the Cardinal, they were able to dominate the boards once again, outrebounding the Mustangs 47-37.The Cardinal up their record to 2-1 in the win, and they will cap off their short two game home stand on Sunday against the UC Davis Aggies with a scheduled tip for 2 p.m. before they go back on the road to take on Texas.