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Men’s Soccer: Bruins bash Matadors in 3-0 loss before first conference game

Men’s Soccer: Bruins bash Matadors in 3-0 loss before first conference game

    The Matadors (4-4-1) stumbled to a 3-0 loss against the No. 1 UCLA Bruins (5-2-2) Sunday evening at Drake Stadium in their last match before conference play begins. The Matadors gifted the Bruins the lead in the first-half from an own goal, and then conceded two late goals to record their fourth loss […]

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Women’s Soccer: Matadors fall 1-0 to LMU before conference play begins

  CSUN women’s soccer (3-7-1) suffered a 1-0 away loss against Loyola Marymount University on Sunday in their last non-conference matchup before Big West play begins this week. Despite the result, sophomore goalkeeper Jovani McCaskill put up a stellar performance for the evening, earning a career-high seven saves out of the 14 shots-on-goal. It didn’t […]

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Women’s Volleyball: Matadors open Big West Conference play with consecutive wins

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors open Big West Conference play with consecutive wins

The Matadors opened Big West Conference play undefeated this weekend, with two victories including a five set bout with UC Irvine and a sweep of Cal State Fullerton.   Come from behind victory against University of California Irvine Anteaters   After being down two sets, the Matadors (11-3, 2-0) made a comeback and defeated UC […]

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Women’s Soccer: Matadors slump to 1-0 defeat against Santa Clara

Women’s Soccer: Matadors slump to 1-0 defeat against Santa Clara

Despite a strong overall performance, CSUN women’s soccer (3-6-1) took a 1-0 loss to Santa Clara (6-4-0) in Friday night’s contest at Matador Soccer Field, in one of their last non- conference tune up matches before beginning Big West Conference play. “It seems like the last five games we haven’t got the result, but if […]

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Sundial Sports Podcast: Football Friday Episode 1

Shaka Dixon, Pete Camarillo, and Andrew Martinez talk about what is trending in the NFL. They talk about the latest in the Roger Goodell and Ray Rice controversies. Also talk about the changing importance of positions in a passing league. The Sundial Sports staff also discusses some of the best match-ups and story-lines happening in […]

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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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NFL players’ misconduct caused by violent culture of football

NFL players’ misconduct caused by violent culture of football

Football’s violent culture Junior varsity football is an eye-opening experience. It starts the during the fading weeks of the summer  as a one or two week training camp premised on the purported character building qualities of violence and depravity. In it you learn the 5 or 10-year-old pads assigned to you protect against little more […]

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Athletics modernizes the CSUN brand

Athletics modernizes the CSUN brand

Athletic facilities receive a facelift as part of the athletic department's rebranding campaign

CSUN’s complete overhaul of the Matador logo, athletics uniforms, the Matadome and the perimeters surrounding the athletic fields took steps towards Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Brandon Martin’s vision for the entire athletic department. “We want to be put in the same token as USC and UCLA,” Martin said. “Our goal is to become an elite […]

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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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Roger Goodell and the NFL Players’ personal conduct

Roger Goodell and the NFL Players’ personal conduct

Allow Goodell and the NFL an opportunity to sort out their public relations nightmare.

  $44.2 million is what NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell reportedly earned in the 2013 fiscal year. What is certainly a large amount for a person who does not even play a down of football, Goodell has been earning his salary with the amount of headlines the NFL has captured recently. Josh Gordon’s initial season ban, […]

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Women’s Volleyball: USD Invitational Recap

Even with crushing lost to top ranked Stanford, CSUN leaves USD with two wins and individual honors

CSUN’s (9-3) weekend travels to the Jenny Craig Pavilion  were not spoiled by Saturday’s dominating loss at the hands of the No. 1 ranked Stanford Cardinals (12-0),  because the Matadors finished the USD Invitational with two wins and one loss. Entering their final match of the weekend tournament, CSUN did not stand a chance in […]

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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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