Women’s Basketball: Tessa Boagni earns spot on New Zealand National team

Sophomore forward/center now joins her mother and older sister as members of the Tall Ferns.

BFF’s: Basketball Friends Forever

NBA free agency has proven one thing. Friends don't let friends play on teams that leave them all alone.

Women’s Tennis: Eight CSUN players earn All-Academic ITA Honors

Academic accolades keep adding up for the Matador women's tennis team.

Iker Casillas transfer more than just business

What it means for soccer as the Real Madrid legend is traded after serving 25 years for the club.

U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team blazes their own trail with third...

With a historic performance by the U.S. Women's National team, the next step is to recognize how they changed America's and the world's view about women's soccer.

Dean Jay Kvapil will retire at the end of July

Kvapil has been at CSUN for a year but will retire at the end of this month.

State of the NBA: The center position is obsolete in today’s...

Based on the NBA Finals, NBA Draft, and free agency trends, the center position no longer holds the alpha role in today's league.

ICYMI: 55 CSUN student-athletes make the 2015 All-Big West Conference academic...

The academic efforts of 55 matadors over the winter and spring semesters were acknowledged by the Big West Conference.

Track & Field: Carl Horsley and Marie Veale’s seasons ends at...

On their quest to qualify for a spot on the U.S. National Track and Field Team, two Matadors came up just short.

Sand Volleyball: Big West officially adds Sand Volleyball as 17th sport

In only it's third season of existence, the CSUN Sand Volleyball team will be an official member of the Big West Conference.

U.S. Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage

After years of activist groups petitioning the courts and state-by-state legislation reform, the U.S. Supreme Court has finally legalized gay marriage.

Ashlee Guay and Olympia Jewett announced as nominees for the 2015...

After memorable CSUN careers, the NCAA announced Ashlee Guay and Olympia Jewett as two of 480 nominees for the 2015 Woman of the Year Award.