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Women’s Volleyball: Head coach Jeff Stork inducted into Hall of Fame

Northridge women’s volleyball head coach Jeff Stork was inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame Saturday night. The city of Holyoke, Mass., hosted the 27th induction class that enshrined Stork and five other volleyball players including: Peter Blange of Netherlands, Georgiy Mondzolevski of Russia, Mauricio Lima of Brazil, Lyudmila Buldakova of Russia and Mike Dodd […]

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Men’s Soccer: Senior defenders solidifying backline

Defense wins championships. A moniker that any team, in any sport, can live by and be successful. So far this season, the Matadors’ men’s soccer team has proven that a solid backline can indeed guide a team to success. The trio of senior defenders, including Joe Franco, Armando Gutierrez, and Yuval Barak have started all […]

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Women’s Soccer: CSUN falls to CSF, 1-0, in first minute of overtime

Women’s Soccer: CSUN falls to CSF, 1-0, in first minute of overtime

CSUN’s Cynthia Jacobo played as her usual stellar self for a majority of Friday’s match but a blast that dribbled through Jacobo’s legs in extra time ended any Matador (4-4-4, 1-1-0 Big West) hopes of a win with a 1-0 loss to Cal State Fullerton (5-7-0, 2-1-0). Extra time didn’t last long with the first-minute […]

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Rebels tame Matadors in second half

Rebels tame Matadors in second half

CSUN kept up with UNLV early Friday afternoon, but crumbled in the second half and extended its losing streak to three games in the 3-1 loss. Two second-half goals were enough to put away a CSUN (2-3-0), which has struggled to finish on numerous chances so far this season. The loss also concludes the five-game […]

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CSUN can’t stop Baylor free kicks in first loss of season

CSUN women’s soccer team headed into Friday night’s home match undefeated but wasn’t ready for the pair of free kicks No. 24 Baylor put into the net and fell to the Bears, 2-1. Baylor spotted CSUN an early own goal but capitalized on two set pieces to hand CSUN its first loss of the young […]

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Baseball: Muren, Keel head team with offseason accolades

CSUN might not have had the season they wanted as a team but junior pitcher Alex Muren and freshman ace Jerry Keel have had nothing but good news this offseason. Muren was drafted in the 12th round by the Minnesota Twins with the 370th overall pick in this season’s MLB draft. Last season Muren pitched […]

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Matadors devoured by lowly Tigers, swept in season finale

Northridge (23-30, 10-14) headed into the weekend preparing to face the worst team in the Big West but you wouldn’t have known it after Pacific (16-40, 6-18) completed the three-game sweep Sunday, 6-1. The Tigers had only won three conference games all season but manhandled the CSUN offense en route to winning its first conference […]

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CSUN commits costly errors, falls to UC Davis

CSUN commits costly errors, falls to UC Davis

Northridge has had a knack of getting on the scoreboard early at Matador Field but Friday was an exception. The Matadors (22-25, 9-10 Big West) allowed UC Davis (23-28, 9-10) to build up a nine-run lead through the first four innings en route to a 9-5 conference loss. CSUN waited until it was plenty behind […]

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Fall Preview: CSUN’s soccer and women’s volleyball programs look to build on last season’s progress in 2012

Fall Preview: CSUN’s soccer and women’s volleyball programs look to build on last season’s progress in 2012

Women’s Volleyball CSUN head coach Jeff Stork and his women’s volleyball team ended the 2011 season with the third-place spot in the Big West Conference. After finishing the year with an overall record of 16-13 and 9-7 in the Big West, Stork is looking to build on what he said was a great season. “We […]

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Baseball: CSUN starts home stretch vs. UCI

Baseball: CSUN starts home stretch vs. UCI

CSUN only came away with six Big West Conference wins in head coach Matt Curtis’ inaugural season last year. This year, with nine conference games remaining, the Matadors (20-23, 7-8 Big West) have already passed their 2011 mark and are in the mix to make a move for double figures in the win column. “We […]

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Celebrate the end of finals at Crazy Harry’s Bar

Celebrate the end of finals at Crazy Harry’s Bar

Friendly service, tasty food and ample amounts of beers on tap make Crazy Harry’s the one-stop spot for any student looking to have a good time on a tight student’s budget. Crazy Harry’s opened up in the closing months of 2011 but have already set up a vibe between their walls, formerly those of the […]

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Baseball: Matadors take first two games against Riverside; look for first sweep of the season

Baseball: Matadors take first two games against Riverside; look for first sweep of the season

CSUN looked to have the advantage heading into the series over UC Riverside and quickly showed its dominance taking the first two games of the weekend for the series win, beginning with a 8-7 victory in 10 innings. The offense provided the runs while the pitching managed to stave off a Highlander comeback in the […]