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Women’s Water Polo: Matadors enter Big West Tourney on high note despite late losses

Women’s Water Polo: Matadors enter Big West Tourney on high note despite late losses

    The stage is set for the most anticipated Big West Tournament in CSUN women’s water polo history. Despite two straight losses to end the season, the No. 9 Matadors are looking to boost their successful season this weekend at the Big West Tournament. Head coach Marcelo Leonardi has been building a winning tradition […]

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Women’s Tennis: Lin transitions smoothly on and off the court

Women’s Tennis: Lin transitions smoothly on and off the court

    CSUN’s tennis team has been home to the most dangerous backhand in the west this year, and it belongs to a freshman. With two Big West Tennis Athlete of the Week awards in her first season of playing tennis in the US, Vivian Lin has adjusted well on the courts in Northridge. “The […]

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Baseball: Matadors lose fifth straight, fall at San Diego State

Baseball: Matadors lose fifth straight, fall at San Diego State

A big inning for San Diego State (29-12) spelled doom for the Matadors (15-25) Tuesday, as CSUN gave up six runs in the bottom of the third inning en route to a 7-5 loss to the San Diego State Aztecs at Tony Gwynn Stadium. After two three-and-out innings to begin the game, sophomore starting right-handed […]

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Seahawks make smart move with low-cost aquisition of Raiders’ Pryor

Seahawks make smart move with low-cost aquisition of Raiders’ Pryor

    NFL teams began their quest for Super Bowl XLIX Tuesday with the beginning of offseason training activities (OTA). OTAs are teams’ first opportunity to welcome new players and assimilate them with team culture. The defending champion Seattle Seahawks added one more new addition, by exchanging a seventh round pick in this year’s draft […]

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Baseball players pitch in to clean up Matador Field

Baseball players pitch in to clean up Matador Field

  Immediately following the final pitch of a 6-2 victory at home over the Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors on April 17, Matador  baseball players line up and congratulate each other and head over to the outfield, where they meet with coaches for a brief post-game meeting. Following their coaches’ briefing, players don’t head for the showers, […]

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NBA’s rising squads battle veteran teams in three key playoff series

NBA’s rising squads battle veteran teams in three key playoff series

  Portland Trailblazers versus Houston Rockets Brian Bernstein The No. 4 seeded Houston Rockets face off against the No. 5 seed Portland Trailblazers in a first round matchup that is sure to be worth all the hype. This first round contest will entertain the basketball world with plenty of offense. In four regular season games […]

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Baseball: CSUN halts losing streak, defeats Hawai’i

Baseball: CSUN halts losing streak, defeats Hawai’i

Both the Matadors (14-23, 3-7 Big West) and the Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors (14-20, 2-8) have had a tough time winning in the month of April and looked to put an end to it in the series opener at Matador Field. The Matadors were fighting to put a halt to their five game losing streak while […]

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NHL Playoff Preview: Boston, Chicago poised for deep playoff runs

NHL Playoff Preview: Boston, Chicago poised for deep playoff runs

With the end of the regular season nearing, NHL players and fans across the nation are preparing themselves for the most grueling, strenuous time of the year—the playoffs. Many teams across both conferences have reasonable championship aspirations but only one will be awarded the opportunity hoist the most prestigious trophy in all of sports, the […]

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Baseball: Matadors give up four in fifth, drop rematch with Pepperdine 9-5

Baseball: Matadors give up four in fifth, drop rematch with Pepperdine 9-5

Since their March 25 match-up, the Matadors (13-23) and the No. 19 Pepperdine Waves (26-8) have been heading in different directions. Their last meeting saw the Matadors winning 4-2 at Eddy D. Field Stadium. The Matadors have struggled ever since, losing eight of their last 10 games. Tuesday’s nonconference matchup came down to a big […]

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Women’s Golf: Individuals unable to push Matadors to Big West crown

Women’s Golf: Individuals unable to push Matadors to Big West crown

Despite having two Matadors in the top five, CSUN was unable to catch up to the victorious UC Davis Aggies in the final round of the Big West Championship Tuesday at the San Luis Obispo Country Club. Senior Clariss Guce and redshirt freshman Cesilie Hagen finished within three strokes of each other, as Guce finished […]

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Men’s Golf: Matadors can’t improve, finish ninth in Santa Barbara

The Matadors put up a similar effort on day two, and could not find a way to rise above ninth place in day two of the OGIO UC Santa Barbara Intercollegiate tournament at Sandpiper Golf Club in Santa Barbara. The Long Beach State 49ers finished in first place. Long Beach went into today’s match five […]

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Mechanical, human errors plague formula one season opener

Ah, the smell of exhaust, the sound of throaty V6 engines, the sight of fresh tire marks on pristine roads. Yes, race fans, the 2014 season of Formula one has finally begun and the Australians got it first this weekend in Melbourne. But all was not roses and revs as problems with the cars plagued […]

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