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Men’s Baseball: Matadors enjoy alumni outing in the in-field

Alumni game signals the start of baseball season

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The Patriot Way: Advantageous or Scandalous?

The Patriot Way: Advantageous or Scandalous?

Column and illustration by Thomas Gallegos Thanks to Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots, sports headlines were predictable and up for grabs this week. “NFL Squeezes Patriots Balls” via NY Post and “Ballbuster” via Daily News are two of my favorites, but just a small sample size of the media’s use of […]

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Men’s Basketball: Matadors can’t rally after a tough first half, fall to 64-58 Long Beach State

Men’s Basketball: Matadors can’t rally after a tough first half, fall to 64-58 Long Beach State

Matadors dig a hole they can’t get out of while the 49ers take advantage and strike gold.

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Women’s Basketball: CSUN takes shine out of Long Beach 49ers’ so far golden season

Women’s Basketball: CSUN takes shine out of Long Beach 49ers’ so far golden season

The CSUN Matadors defeated the current first place Big West team, California State University, Long Beach, 67-52 Saturday night, delivering the first conference defeat to the 49ers this season. The Matadors battled Long Beach for the lead throughout the two halfs before getting a sufficient lead cushion late in the game and sending the 49ers home with their […]

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the SET episode 3

the SET episode 3

Conner and Ernesto on the SET Conner Faulk and Ernesto Casillas are proud to bring you Episode 3 of the SET Sports-Entertainment-Talk.  This week we have a food and LA nightlife segment, as well as discuss the NFL, pro bowl, dvd and movie releases.  Conner also does a Top 5 best heist movie list as […]

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Women’s Basketball: CSUN devours last place UC Irvine Anteaters 72-63 in away game

Women’s Basketball: CSUN devours last place UC Irvine Anteaters 72-63 in away game

The CSUN Matadors bounced back from last week’s defeat with consistent shooting from its guards to defeat the UC Irvine Anteaters 72-63 in an away game Thursday night. The Anteaters, who tie with the UC Santa Barbara for last place in the Big West Conference, trailed the entire game. Irvine never fell too far behind, but […]

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Men’s Basketball: Matadors have trouble keeping pace with the Anteaters, fall 80-49

Men’s Basketball: Matadors have trouble keeping pace with the Anteaters, fall 80-49

Story by Julius Lasin The Matadors (6-14, 2-3 Big West) could not sustain their success on Thursday, as their two-game winning streak was snapped by the UC Irvine Anteaters (10-8, 3-1 Big West), losing 80-49. “You have to respect winning, you have to respect it,” said CSUN head coach Reggie Theus. “When you win two […]

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“Stoppage Time” episode one: transfers and midseason reports

“Stoppage Time” episode one: transfers and midseason reports

In “Stoppage Time” Sundial Sports Editor Vincent Nguyen and co-host Dezmyne Ford will bring you the latest on soccer all over the world. Topics will range from the English Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, and the MLS. For today’s episode, the two hosts talk about the latest transfers, potential ones and their brief […]

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League Bound: Matadors drafted to MLS

League Bound: Matadors drafted to MLS

CSUN soccer makes history at 2015 MLS Superdraft

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Men’s Volleyball: Matadors can’t overcome the storm and get swept by the Waves

Men’s Volleyball: Matadors can’t overcome the storm and get swept by the Waves

Mens Volleyball team gets swept in dominant fashion by the No. 6 Pepperdine Waves.

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Xtreme Weekly, Issue One: paying respects to Ricardo Dos Santos

Xtreme Weekly, Issue One: paying respects to Ricardo Dos Santos

In BMX, Nathan Williams is off of Eclat, while in surfing, Ricardo Dos Santos was fatally shot in Brazil.

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Holiday Hoops: how the CSUN basketball teams fared over break

Holiday Hoops: how the CSUN basketball teams fared over break

The Matadors played through their holidays, so in case you missed any of the games, here’s a short recap of it all

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