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Extreme Sports Blog: Yoga in the open ocean

Yoga is a challenging form of exercise and meditation. It demands a lot of focus and agility to balance in a variety of poses. Now, imagine doing all of that on a paddleboard in the ocean. Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga (SUP YOGA) is the newest trendy form of yoga that has been gaining popularity recently, […]

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Women’s Soccer: CSUN climbs atop Big West standings with win over UC Riverside

Women’s Soccer: CSUN climbs atop Big West standings with win over UC Riverside

Matadors' third consecutive win comes against the Highlanders

Pulling off a feat that the club hasn’t seen in a decade, CSUN women’s soccer (6-7-1, 3-0 Big West) edged out UC Riverside Highlanders (6-5-3, 1-2-1 BWC) Sunday at home with a 1-0 advantage earning their third consecutive win in conference play. Earning the Matador goal for the win is sophomore forward Cynthia Sanchez who […]

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Men’s Soccer: Matadors avoid five game losing streak but fail to find the net in tie with UC Davis

Men’s Soccer: Matadors avoid five game losing streak but fail to find the net in tie with UC Davis

The Matadors avoided losing a fifth consecutive game Saturday night at Matador Soccer Field, and held the UC Davis Aggies scoreless through 110 minutes. However, CSUN (4-7-2, 0-3-1 Big West) failed to find the back of the net for the second game in a row, giving the UC Davis Aggies their eighth tie of the […]

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Extreme Sports Blog: Hot Dogs and Hand Rails

Extreme Sports Blog: Hot Dogs and Hand Rails

Board Talk with Hayley Hill

Hot dawgs and Handrails was super fun as pros and ams came out to compete. Bear had two decent sized courses with man made snow, rails, jumps and roofs. The excitement for the snow season was palpable as people lined up to get their hands on their discounted season passes. Beer was flowing and there […]

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Women’s Volleyball: Matadors defeat Hawaii for second time in program history

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors defeat Hawaii for second time in program history

CSUN upsets No. 21 Rainbow Wahini in Blacktop premiere

A crowded Matadome with a new Blacktop floor set the stage for a CSUN (12-4, 3-1) upset over the No. 21 Hawaii Rainbow Wahini (12-4,3-1) team in the Matadors’ home opener. The Matadors entered the game 1-15 all-time against Hawaii, who they also shared the Big West Conference crown with last season. Junior Danetta Boykin […]

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Electrical short prompts evacuation of Oviatt Library

Electrical short prompts evacuation of Oviatt Library

An electrical short circuit in one of the elevator motors of the Oviatt Library caused smoke to spread along the basement and garden level which prompted an evacuation of the building Tuesday night. A fire alarm went off prompting students and staff to evacuate onto Oviatt Lawn as Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) firefighters investigated […]

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Extreme Sports Blog: Big Air in the Big Apple

Extreme Sports Blog: Big Air in the Big Apple

Board Talk with Hayley Hill: Recapping The Dew Tour in New York

The Dew Tour traveled cross-country from Portland to Brooklyn, New York a few weeks ago and was definitely packed with fans and crazy ledges, rails and stair sets. The street style course was a crowd favorite as New Yorkers watched their favorite pros fly down a course, hitting car jumps, hubbas and a ten-stair set […]

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Men’s Soccer: Lev-Ari Lifts Matadors to 2-1 Win Over Bakersfield in Double Overtime

Men’s Soccer:  Lev-Ari Lifts Matadors to 2-1 Win Over Bakersfield in Double Overtime

Senior forward Sagi Lev-Ari scored twice to give CSUN (4-3-1)  a tough 2-1 win over the Bakersfield Roadrunners (5-2-1) in double overtime at Matador Soccer Field. Last season’s All-American forward scored his seventh and eighth goals this season when he opened the scoring in just 38 seconds. Junior forward Carlos Gonzalez picked up a loose […]

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Eucalyptus Hall evacuated due to ventilation failure

Eucalyptus Hall evacuated due to ventilation failure

    >>CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported the ventilation failure as a gas leak. A ventilation failure at Eucalyptus Hall caused the entire building to be evacuated on Thursday. In room 2302, students were working on an experiment involving ammonium chloride when fumes were released into the classroom due to a […]

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Stinson killing it for the Matadors

Stinson killing it for the Matadors

Stinson leads the Matadors by racking up the kills

When Cieana Stinson started her freshman year of high school she wanted to be a cheerleader but thanks to a very persuasive coach, this Big West Player of the Week awardee turned to volleyball and never looked back. Stinson, who is now in her junior year of college, has made an impact on the Matadors’ […]

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Women’s Soccer: CSUN offense catches fire against Weber State

Women’s Soccer: CSUN offense catches fire against Weber State

  Cool heads and cooler climates proved favorable for the Matadors (3-5-1) as they shot back from Friday’s loss with a big 4-0 win over Weber State Wildcats (3-6-0) at Matador Soccer Field. In their second of three games at home, CSUN proved that their a contender this season with four individual goals earned Tabatha […]

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Matadome is the new Blacktop

Matadome is the new Blacktop

Athletic Department officially reveals the redesigned Blacktop Matadome court for faculty and staff

The new floor of the Matadome was introduced to the faculty and staff on Thursday, Sept. 18 with the Blacktop at the Matadome event. Brandon Martin, director of intercollegiate athletics, suggested the event was an important step in bringing the entire CSUN community together. “We’re one team, one family, with one goal, and that goal […]