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Matador Fantasy Podcast: Week Eight

Matador Fantasy Podcast: Week Eight

<iframe width=”100%” height=”450″ scrolling=”no” frameborder=”no” src=”https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/173718882&amp;auto_play=false&amp;hide_related=false&amp;show_comments=true&amp;show_user=true&amp;show_reposts=false&amp;visual=true”></iframe>   Conner Faulk and Ernesto Casillas are bring their high energized podcast to fantasy football enthusiasts again this week. They preview the waiver wire additions you need for week eight, including: Tre Mason, Doug Baldwin, and Denard Robinson. They also talk about the hot five and not five for […]

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Women’s Volleyball: CSUN drops second consecutive game against UC Davis in fifth set

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN drops second consecutive game against UC Davis in fifth set

  The Matadors suffered a five-set loss (25-18, 21-25, 25-19, 19-25, 15-12) to the UC Davis Aggies during their second home-game of the season on Friday. This match against the visiting Aggies (10-10, 5-2) is the Matadors’ (13-6, 4-3) second consecutive loss after coming off of a difficult defeat at the hands of UC Santa […]

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Football Friday: SEC, PAC-12, Chargers, and Seawhawks

Football Friday: SEC, PAC-12, Chargers, and Seawhawks

Shaka and Pete are without Berry this week, but they keep it the show moving. They outline the SEC and Pac-12 remaining games as well as their implications on the NCAA Final Four tournament. The Chargers and Seawhawks make their way into the conversation by underwhelming the week before. Finally, the show concludes with a […]

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Steve Nash’s injury, more bad news for Laker fans: Column

Steve Nash’s injury, more bad news for Laker fans: Column

  The Lakers’ season continues to be on a downward spiral. Steve Nash is out for the season due to nerve damage in his back. After an off-season mediocre at best, the Lakers organization gets another blow. The Lakers first whiffed on Lebron James, whiffed on Carmelo Anthony and brought in mediocre players (Carlos Boozer, […]

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Women’s Soccer: Loss to Long Beach drops CSUN in conference standings

Women’s Soccer: Loss to Long Beach drops CSUN in conference standings

Last night’s road loss against at Long Beach State (8-5-5, 4-1-2) knocked back the Matador’s (7-9-1, 4-2-0) lead in the Big West Conference tying them for second with Cal Poly at 12 points. 49ers freshman forward Ashley Gonzalez put up the match’s only goal in the 33rd minute to post a 1-0 victory over CSUN […]

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Fantasy Football Quick Hits; Waiver Wire Edition for Week 8

Fantasy Football Quick Hits; Waiver Wire Edition for Week 8

  The San Diego Chargers will play against the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football. That means it’s the start of Fantasy Football. Here is a quick list of additions to give your team an edge over your opponent. Jerick McKinnon Now in Minnesota, McKinnon’s receiving ability makes him a running back two and strong […]

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Men’s Soccer: CSUN fails to piece together consecutive wins after loss to Fullerton

Men’s Soccer: CSUN fails to piece together consecutive wins after loss to Fullerton

After a much needed win over the weekend against UC Riverside, the Matadors (5-8-2, 1-4-1 Big West) failed to find the back of the net and conceded an early goal in their 1-0 loss to the Cal State Fullerton Titans (8-6-2, 3-3-0 Big West). The Titans’ early pressure broke a tight and resilient Matador defense […]

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Women’s Soccer: Jovani McCaskill shines as the Matadors’ new Goalie

Women’s Soccer: Jovani McCaskill shines as the Matadors’ new Goalie

She's a keeper

During a time when CSUN faces great pressure atop the Big West Conference points standings, one player shines through to fill the void left by the injury of their starting goalie, earlier this season, junior Cynthia Tafoya. Sophomore Jovani McCaskill, 19, came through in the clutch this season on the tail of an injury that […]

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Men’s Golf: CSUN finishes 12th in home tourney

Men’s Golf: CSUN finishes 12th in home tourney

Matadors rise in standings at Bill Cullum Invitational

Playing at their home course, the Matadors could not jump in the standings through three rounds as the team collectively finished 12 over par at the Bill Cullum Invitational at the Wood Ranch Golf Course in Simi Valley Tuesday. CSUN progressively got better through each round, jumping from 18 holes over par in round one, […]

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World Series Preview: Royals winning formula enough to defeat the Giants

World Series Preview: Royals winning formula enough to defeat the Giants

If someone predicted the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants are meeting in the World Series, before the season started, I would have called you insane but here we are.   The Giants have been there three times in the last five years and have two World Series Championships under their belts.   […]

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Women’s Soccer: CSUN Drops first conference game against Fullerton

Women’s Soccer: CSUN Drops first conference game against Fullerton

Despite a 4-0 win streak to start out Big West play, CSUN women’s soccer (7-8-1, 4-1-0 Big West) took their first loss in the conference to Cal State Fullerton (4-7-4, 2-0-2 BWC) Sunday at Matador Soccer Field. It took a penalty kick in the 57th minute by Titan Rebecca Wilson to slow the Matador’s roll. […]

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Women’s Volleyball: Matadors suffer a sweep at the hands of UCSB

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors suffer a sweep at the hands of UCSB

Despite the hard effort and the close scores, the Matadors (13-5, 4-2) were not able to gain the victory in their matchup against the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos (9-9, 4-3) on Saturday. This match resulted in a sweep (26-24, 25-20, 28-26) that ended the Matadors’ two-game winning streak. The first two sets were dominated by […]

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