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Players focus on current season despite upcoming MLB draft

The MLB draft presents obstacles that people do not always understand, these seniors weigh in their stories.
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Sports calendar 4/18-4/24

Check out what our student athletes are doing this week.

Matadors come through in the clutch to avoid the sweep

Five Matador batters get multiple hit games including Albee Weiss who had a home run, a double and four RBIs.

Matadors unable to find offense in series opener

Long Beach State's pitcher Darren McCaughan finishes his impressive complete game retiring 15 straight Matadors

Four run 7th inning sink Matadors against Bakersfield

The Matadors were not able to hold on to a two-run lead due to numerous mistakes in the late innings.

CSUN baseball’s thrilling walk-off home run keeps them alive in the...

The matadors came back twice from three or more runs down to win series against UC Santa Barbara.
Photo shows intern instructing student with exercises

Players discuss the road back from major sports injuries

The physical and mental obstacles athletes go through when dealing with long term injuries are often overlooked.
Smith prepares to hit the ball

Matadors confident ahead of conference home opener

Confidence runs high within team despite an up and down start to season.
Sean Regan pictured presenting for a small crowd with a panel

A.S. candidates discuss their platforms during town hall

Presidential candidates discuss plans for CSUN's future before the upcoming election
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CSUN baseball scores three runs in the ninth inning to beat...

Nolan Bumstead and Justin Toerner helped score three runs in the ninth, leading to victory.
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Two big innings sink the Matadors in their Big West opener

Eight early runs put the Matadors in a hole they could not recover from.

Matadors baseball lose both games of doubleheader

The Matadors continue to struggle against Washington State.