Men’s volleyball: Aloha: CSUN hosts Hawai’i in back-to-back

The Matadors have worked on hitting consistently and siding out all season long, so it’s no surprise that when they failed to do so...

Water polo finally in home pool

After 11 consecutive games away from home, the Matadors will finally make their home debut on Saturday. “We are all excited to have a game...

CSUN Men’s basketball can’t keep pace with Hawaii

The Matadors collapsed in the second half, allowing Hawaii to pull away

CSUN men’s volleyball heads to the east coast

Only nine games into the season, and Northridge are ranked near the end of its conference, riding a four-game losing streak and are being...

W-Soccer: CSUN earns draw but advances to Boilermaker Challenge championship game

An early two-goal lead wasn’t enough to hand the Cal State Northridge women’s soccer team its second win of the season as they opened...

CSUN men’s basketball lacks defense against 49ers

LONG BEACH, Calif -- It’s never a good sign when players start questioning the head coach’s system. With four 49ers scoring 15 points or more,...

Baseball: Matadors stay undefeated after stumping Gonzaga 5-1

The Matador men started off with a tribute to 1965 champions and ended with their continued undefeated streak—putting them in a strong position to end their season as champions themselves.

CSUN looks to bounce back, get back into postseason contention

The Matadors will face the Highlanders, as they jockey for postseason spots

Women’s basketball looks split season series with Gauchos

CSUN will need strong games from Emily Cole and Channon Fluker

M-Bball Notebook: Freshman Guei gets support from NBA player at USC

Following an and-one layup from CSUN freshman guard Allan Guei that tied the game at 42-42 with 10:56 to go in the second half...

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

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...

Turnovers plague Matadors, fall to Pepperdine, 70-55

The offense struggled all night