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MSS: Richard Corso

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Richard Corso, the head coach for the Cal women's water polo team, talks about winning the conference championship and how the team is still viewing themselves as underdogs heading into the NCAA tournament later this week. He also describes the other coaches in the department and how intimidating their successes this school year has made him.
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