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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: Drops first conference game against Fullerton

Women’s Soccer: 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

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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Men’s Soccer: CSUN ends scoreless streak in victory over UCR

Men’s Soccer: CSUN ends scoreless streak in victory over UCR

Coming into Saturday night’s matchup with the UC Riverside Highlanders, the Matadors had not scored a goal in 213 minutes, and hadn’t won since a Sept. 25 home win over the CSUB Roadrunners. A first half strike from the foot of junior midfielder Marino Peixoto and a game-winning second half header from senior forward Sagi […]

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Women’s Volleyball: Matadors continue building momentum with win over Cal Poly

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors continue building momentum with win over Cal Poly

The Matadors(13-4,4-1) traveled to San Louis Obispo for their match against the Cal Poly Mustangs (7-9, 2-4) on Friday that resulted in a second consecutive conference win for CSUN. Leading the team was senior Casey Hinger with 16 kills, a .484 hitting percentage and a career-high of 22 digs. Juniors Cieana Stinson (.394) and Danetta […]

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Matador Fantasy Football Podcast Episode No.1

Matador Fantasy Football Podcast Episode No.1

Find out who will be week 7 's studs and duds

Introducing a brand new style of podcast. The Matador Fantasy Football Podcast features contributors Conner Faulk and Ernesto Casillas, who have the run down on the top fantasy players for the upcoming week. Tweet your questions to @Matadorfantasy and the duo can give you every advantage towards winning your matchups on Sunday.

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Football Friday: SEC Football, broken officiating, and Derek Carr’s ceiling

Football Friday: SEC Football, broken officiating, and Derek Carr’s ceiling

Kenneth Berry is back in the booth with Shaka Dixon and Pete Camarillo. The Sundial sports team recap the big match-ups of last weekend’s college football action. They try to find a solution to the broken UCLA Bruins, along with bad football officiating at every level. Once again, the trio gets into the evolving style […]

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Women’s Basketball: Coast to Coast travels for the Big West Champs, Storymap

Women’s Basketball: Coast to Coast travels for the Big West Champs, Storymap
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Women’s Soccer: Matadors continue Big West dominace with punishing win over UC Davis

Women’s Soccer: Matadors continue Big West dominace with punishing win over UC Davis

  CSUN (7-7-1, 4-0) continued to barrel through the Big West Conference with a decisive 4-0 victory over UC Davis (4-9-3, 1-2-2) Thursday at Matador Soccer Field. With a show of force Matadors Cynthia Sanchez, Lyndsey Preston, Tabitha Dixon and Ariana Tran each earned goals for the victory which now puts the squad at the […]

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Men’s Soccer: David Turcios, the Matadors’ unsung hero

Men’s Soccer: David Turcios, the Matadors’ unsung hero

David Turcios: The Matadors’ Deadly Midfield Magician

In the dying moments of extra-time, everyone tries to capture their breath after running up and down the field for an hour and a half. Somehow, some way, one player consistently glides through the defense, taking advantage of everyone’s fatigue. He’s only human, but he’s making defenders look like training cones, and making his fellow […]

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Andrew Friedman hired to sort out Dodgers payroll and coaching situations

Andrew Friedman hired to sort out Dodgers payroll and coaching situations

After an abrupt ending to a once promising season for the Dodgers, the management decided to shake things up from the top. The Dodgers hired Andrew Friedman to be the president of baseball operations. Friedman was the executive vice president of baseball operations for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays for nine years. He is responsible […]

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Women’s Soccer: CSUN climbs atop Big West standings with win over UC Riverside

Women’s Soccer: CSUN climbs atop Big West standings with win over UC Riverside

Matadors' third consecutive win comes against the Highlanders

Pulling off a feat that the club hasn’t seen in a decade, CSUN women’s soccer (6-7-1, 3-0 Big West) edged out UC Riverside Highlanders (6-5-3, 1-2-1 BWC) Sunday at home with a 1-0 advantage earning their third consecutive win in conference play. Earning the Matador goal for the win is sophomore forward Cynthia Sanchez who […]

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