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Men’s Soccer: Matadors shut-out in 1-0 overtime loss to UC Riverside

Men’s Soccer: Matadors shut-out in 1-0 overtime loss to UC Riverside

  The Matadors (6-9-2, 2-5-1 Big West) couldn’t bring their hot scoring form into Wednesday night’s match against the UC Riverside Highlanders (4-9-3, 3-3-2 Big West), losing 1-0 in overtime at the UCR Soccer Stadium. A golden goal just 16 seconds into extra-time sent CSUN home dead last in the Big West South Division, needing […]

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Week nine Fantasy Football picks: solving the bye week headache

Week nine Fantasy Football picks: solving the bye week headache

  This week, we have some very Fantasy-friendly teams on byes, meaning Fantasy owners will have to find some solid bye week replacements. Teams on bye are the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Tennessee Titans, Buffalo Bills and Atlanta Falcons. Here are some options that can help win your match-ups.   Andy Dalton […]

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NBA Preview: Eastern Conference divisional break down

The Sundial Sports Staff continues their run down of the NBA season which is in its early stages. The traditionally weak Eastern Conference and its divisional titles have several contenders, after an eventful offseason. Central- Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls, Detroit Pistons, Cleveland Cavaliers, Milwuakee Bucks Alex Vejar/ Sundial Staff The Cleveland Bulls. This is a […]

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NBA Preview: Western Conference outlook by division

NBA Preview: Western Conference outlook by division

Tradition of grueling Western Conference continues

With the NBA tipping off earlier this week, The Sundial Sports Staff broke down the top competitors within each division. Up first is the Western Conference, which produced last season’s champions. As always, the Western Conference has plenty of competition, but teams must get through tough division opponents before being deemed contenders.   Southwest- San […]

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Players reflect before Senior Night

Players reflect before Senior Night

With the season coming to a close, the CSUN Women’s Soccer team will say goodbye to four players that have played an integral part of the team for the last few years. Midfielders Melissa Lopez and Hannah Wissler, forward Brittanie Sakajian and defender Leandra Walker will play their last home game Sunday night against the […]

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Men’s Soccer Column: CSUN better than record indicates

Men’s Soccer Column: CSUN better than record indicates

With the remarkable 3-0 win against No. 3 UC Irvine Anteaters over the weekend, the Matadors look to be hitting their stride at just the right time. With a 6-8-2 overall record and a 2-4-1 Big West record, it’s time to reflect on the men’s soccer season thus far, with only three games left in […]

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Men’s Basketball: One minute with Stephen Maxwell

Men’s Basketball: One minute with Stephen Maxwell

The Sundial sits down with Preseason Big West All-Conference team forward Stephen Maxwell. The CSUN senior shares some of his interests in this speed interview. Watch to find out who Maxwell thinks is the funniest player on the team. He also goes into his favorite music and food. Stay posted for more coverage on Maxwell […]

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Women’s Golf: Individual win outsines CSUN’s drop in standings at Cal Poly Invitational

Women’s Golf: Individual win outsines CSUN’s drop in standings at Cal Poly Invitational

The Matadors dropped from second place to fourth place in the standings, but sophomore Rebecca Bostrom won her first individual tournament at the Firestone Grill Cal Poly Invitational Sunday at Cypress Ridge G.C. CSUN entered Sunday’s action with a second place score of 304, but fell behind Santa Clara (600), Northern Arizona (604), and Cal […]

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Women’s Tennis: Matadors win doubles tournament in home invitational

Women’s Tennis: Matadors win doubles tournament in home invitational

The CSUN women’s tennis team put on several stellar performances, including a doubles tournament win over the weekend as they hosted the Matador Invitational at the Matador Tennis Complex. Sophomores Kristen Poei and Mickey Hsu defeated a Montana team in the opening round, before defeating the top-seeded University of Portland team. They matched up against […]

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Women’s Soccer: Double overtime loss to Irvine stuns CSUN

Women’s Soccer: Double overtime loss to Irvine stuns CSUN

CSUN women’s soccer (7-10-2, 4-3-0) came up short with a 4-3 loss to UC Irvine in double overtime Sunday afternoon at Anteater Stadium. Junior midfielder Taylor Hobson, RS freshman midfielder Kiley Norcus and sophomore defender Camille Watson each scored their first goal for the season but UC Irvine freshman forward Tatyana Garret sunk a point […]

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Extreme Sports Blog: New 60’s Inspired Surf Film Grabs Artsy Audience

Extreme Sports Blog: New 60’s Inspired Surf Film Grabs Artsy Audience

Board Talk with Hayley Hill

Mollusk just opened a new surf shop in Silverlake and hosted the premiere to the new surf video, “Expencive Porno Movie” Oct. 18. The film features pros, Alex Knost, Dane Peterson, Devon Howard, Justin Adams, Scotty Stopnik, Trevor Gordon, Kyle Albers, Mikey Detemple, JJ Wessels, Billy Death and Travers Adler and (my personal favorite,) Kassia […]

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Men’s Soccer: CSUN thumps No.3 Irvine in 3-0 win

Men’s Soccer: CSUN thumps No.3 Irvine in 3-0 win

After a disappointing shutout loss to Cal State Fullerton, sophomore defender Patrick Hickman opened up the scoring before senior forward Sagi Lev-Ari scored a brace to give the Matadors (6-8-2, 2-4-1 Big West) a 3-0 win against the No. 3 UC Irvine Anteaters (11-3-2, 3-3-1 Big West) at Anteater Stadium. Hickman scored the game’s first goal from […]

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