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Bears Play Final Home Game Of 2022

Oct 21, 2022
Cal hosts James Madison in the final home game of the 2022 season on Sunday.

BERKELEY – The California field hockey will play its final home contest of the 2022 season on Sunday when James Madison comes to Underhill Field this weekend.
The Bears and Dukes will square off at 1:00 p.m. Sunday's game will have live video on Cal Live Stream 6 and live stats, both can be accessed on the field hockey schedule page.

Date/Time: Oct. 23, 2022 – 1:00 p.m. PT
Opponent: James Madison Dukes (8-6)
Site: Underhill Field (Berkeley, CA)
Video: Cal Live Stream
Live Stats:


  • DEFENSE! DEFENSE!: The Golden Bears' backline was tremendous last time out, holding Stanford to five shots through regulation and two overtimes en route to Cal's 1-0 win down on the Farm last Friday. Cal's defense did such a phenomenal job keeping Stanford's offense in check that senior keeper Cato Knipping had just one save on the day.
  • Shooters Shoot: In the win over the Cardinal, the Bears went 4-for-4 in the shootout, not even needing the fifth shot to secure the win. Kiki de Bruijne, Sophie Everett, Claire Hind, and Sydney Decher were all successful in their attempts. Knipping was up to the task, stopping the second and fourth attempts by the Cardinal to seal the win.
  • More on the Shootout: The last time Cal had a shootout came against Northern California rival UC Davis on Oct. 30, 2019 – with the Aggies coming out on top. In that contest, current assistant coach Katrina Carter had a successful try.  
  • Best in the West: With the win over Stanford, the Bears achieved one of their goals for the year, sweeping California rivals UC Davis and Stanford. Cal went 2-0 against the NorCal foes this year.  
  • Checking the Standings: With two weekends left in the regular season the Bears' path to the America East Conference Tournament is beginning to clear up. Cal, at 3-3 in the AE, currently sits in sixth in the AE standings. The top six, which all advance to the AE Conference Tournament, Maine (5-0), Vermont (4-2), UAlbany (4-2), UMass-Lowell (4-2), Stanford (3-3), Cal (3-3).  

James Madison enters Sunday wrapping up a busy Northern California road trip. The Dukes fell to Stanford on Thursday, falling 3-2 in overtime. On Friday they take on UC Davis at 7 p.m. before coming to the Bay Area on Sunday.  The Dukes are currently 8-6 on the year but have lost three of their last four. On the road this year they are 2-4. As a team, JMU averages 12.8 shots per game and 2.71 goals per contest. Leading the team in points and goals is senior midfielder Diede Remijnse with 10 goals on the season.  

Sunday will be the fifth time these two teams have met and the first time since 2007. All-time JMU owns a 4-0 advantage in the series that dates back to Oct. 18, 1985, when the Dukes defeated Cal 3-2 in Berkeley. Last time out, James Madison defeated Cal 2-1 in Harrisonburg, Va.

The Bears will play their final two America East contests next week when they take on UMass-Lowell and Vermont on the East Coast. Cal takes on UMass-Lowell on Friday, Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. PT. They wrap up the regular season by taking on Vermont in Burlington, VT on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 9 a.m. PT.  

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