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Matador Fantasy Football Week 12

Matador Fantasy Football Week 12

  Ernesto Casillas and Conner Faulk preview week 12 of the NFL and bring you all the analysis and insight you need to know to win your fantasy matchup this week. The group also recalls Mike Evans being on their Hot 5 last week and discusses the fantasy potential of the Bengals players moving forward […]

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Women’s Basketball: CSUN Matadors secure 3-game streak with victory over BYU

Women’s Basketball: CSUN Matadors secure 3-game streak with victory over BYU

The Matadors remain undefeated for the season and racked up a three-game winning streak after beating out the Brigham Young University Cougars 63-54 Wednesday in their first away game for the season. The Matadors secured 48 rebounds and shot perfectly from the free-throw line to defeat a fellow conference champion Cougars for the first time in […]

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Men’s Basketball: CSUN wins first game of season against Montana State in home opener

Men’s Basketball: CSUN wins first game of season against Montana State in home opener

After Stephan Hicks missed all of his field goal attempts vs. the No.2 Arizona Wildcats on Sunday, Hicks and the CSUN Matadors (1-2) were on a mission vs. the Montana State Bobcats (0-3). The Matadors pulled out a 72-65 victory over the Bobcats at the Matadome in CSUN’s home opener Wednesday evening. Hicks led all scorers […]

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Mr. Steal Your Goal: Adam Hobbs

Mr. Steal Your Goal: Adam Hobbs

Photos and Story by: David J. Hawkins/ Senior Photographer There is only one man between the ball and the goal, and that man is Adam Hobbs, the Matadors’ junior goalkeeper. The 21-year-old transferred from Humboldt State, a Division II school, to play starting keeper for the Matadors. At the conclusion of the 2014 season, Hobbs […]

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Men’s Basketball: No. 2 Arizona Scrapes the Matadors

Men’s Basketball: No. 2 Arizona Scrapes the Matadors

  The CSUN Matadors (0-2) fell to the No. 2 Arizona Wildcats (2-0) by a score of 86-68 at the EA Sports Maui Invitational Mainland Challenge on Sunday Nov. 16. The Matadors stayed close through the first 12 minutes of the first half when they were down by just four points. Then the Wildcats went […]

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Women’s Basketball: Matadors swat down Sacramento Hornets in wire-to-wire win

Women’s Basketball: Matadors swat down Sacramento Hornets in wire-to-wire win

The CSUN Matadors managed to swat away the intense defensive swarm thrown at them by the Sacramento State University Hornet’s 81-66 Sunday afternoon at the Matadome, gaining another regular-season victory against a Big Sky team. Sacramento ran a game that was what CSUN head coach Jason Flowers said, probably the “only one of its kind” […]

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Basketball Issue: Men’s Preview

Basketball Issue: Men’s Preview

Team effort key to Matador success

With 13 seconds left in the Big West Tournament 2014 championship game, the men’s basketball team were down by a point against Cal Poly. The Mustangs point guard, Ridge Shipley, just hit a three-pointer for the lead. Matadors’ point guard Landon Drew, a freshman at the time, dribbled the ball, went off a screen and […]

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Women’s Volleyball: CSUN conclude home stand with sweep of Cal Poly

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN conclude home stand with sweep of Cal Poly

The Matadors put an end to their two-night homestand on Saturday with a sweep (15-25, 20-25, 16-25) against Cal Poly. This win makes the second consecutive sweep for the Matadors (16-8, 7-5 Big West) after they defeated UC Santa Barbara. These past two games were important for the Matadors to win so they can have […]

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Basketball Issue: Theus ready for anything in year two

Basketball Issue: Theus ready for anything in year two

Being a person of integrity and an NBA player for 13 years has given him enough credibility for the players to trust and respect him. With Josh Greene, third leading scorer from last year, graduating and heading to Italy to play for a Euroleague team, men’s basketball Head Coach Reggie Theus wanted to be there […]

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Basketball Issue: Flowers creates family on and off the court

Basketball Issue: Flowers creates family on and off the court

“Always family” is a constant reminder of the unity that comes from playing under head coach Jason Flowers. One can’t reference the CSUN women’s asketball team without the quote coming to mind. Flowers, a two-time Big West Conference Coach of the Year, is going into his fifth season as the CSUN women’s basketball coach. Under […]

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Women’s Volleyball: CSUN sweeps UC Santa Barbara

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN sweeps UC Santa Barbara

  On Friday night, the Matadors took to the Matadome to defeat the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos in a 3-set sweep. This win was a special one for the Matadors (15-8, 6-5 Big West), considering that their last game against the Gauchos (12-12, 7-6 Big West) resulted in a 3-0 loss for CSUN. Senior middle […]

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Women’s Basketball: Matadors beat out Idaho Vandals in regular season opener

Women’s Basketball: Matadors beat out Idaho Vandals in regular season opener

The CSUN Matadors defeated a fellow NCAA conference champion, the University of Idaho Vandals, 67-50 in the first game of the regular 2014-2015 season Friday afternoon at the Matadome. Idaho struggled against the Matadors, showing trouble landing shots and an inability to overcome a poor first half. This is a turnaround for Idaho from last […]