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Extreme Sports Blog: Hot Dogs and Hand Rails

Extreme Sports Blog: Hot Dogs and Hand Rails

Board Talk with Hayley Hill

Hot dawgs and Handrails was super fun as pros and ams came out to compete. Bear had two decent sized courses with man made snow, rails, jumps and roofs. The excitement for the snow season was palpable as people lined up to get their hands on their discounted season passes. Beer was flowing and there […]

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Women’s Volleyball: Matadors defeat Hawaii for second time in program history

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors defeat Hawaii for second time in program history

CSUN upsets No. 21 Rainbow Wahini in Blacktop premiere

A crowded Matadome with a new Blacktop floor set the stage for a CSUN (12-4, 3-1) upset over the No. 21 Hawaii Rainbow Wahini (12-4,3-1) team in the Matadors’ home opener. The Matadors entered the game 1-15 all-time against Hawaii, who they also shared the Big West Conference crown with last season. Junior Danetta Boykin […]

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Football Friday Episode No. 3

Football Friday Episode No. 3

BCS Playoffs, players' likeliness and Hall of Fame quarterbacks

Contributor Kenneth Berry joins Shaka Dixon and Pete Camarillo for this podcast, as the team actually records the entire show this week. The team discuss the BCS playoffs, and its implications on Pac-12 and SEC football. The three make their picks for the National Championship and also discuss unionizing college football. Todd Gurley’s suspension also […]

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R.I.P Freeway Series

R.I.P Freeway Series

Despite being regular season favorites, the postseason put both the Angels and Dodgers championship hopes to bed way earlier than expected

  A couple weeks ago, I wrote a piece on the possibility of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Angels possibly facing off in the world series. These two teams were the teams to beat during the regular season. And yet both of them got knocked out by teams who were not supposed to beat […]

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Men’s Soccer: Matadors shut out by Sacramento State

Men’s Soccer: Matadors shut out by Sacramento State

Despite various chances, CSUN fails to capitalize on scoring opportunities against the Hornets

  CSUN suffered a fourth shutout of the season and a fourth consecutive loss after falling 1-0 against the Sacramento State Hornets in a Big West Conference match at Matador Soccer Field. The Hornets scored a header in the 50th minute, before junior defender Trevor Morley received his second yellow and was ejected from the game, […]

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Matadors look to upset ranked Hawaii

Matadors look to upset ranked Hawaii

In their first match at home, CSUN wants to defeat a powerhouse Hawaii as they continue Big West Conference play

The Matadors will take on No. 24 Hawaii Rainbow Wahine on Friday in a Big West showdown at the Matadome. The Matadors lost their first conference match against the Long Beach State 49ers 3-1 on Saturday, making their Big West record 2-1. Middle blocker Casey Hinger believes a win against nationally-ranked Hawaii will build the […]

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Athletics meal plan progress on-going

Athletics meal plan progress on-going

Outside of coaches supplying snacks for players, only the basketball teams currently have a pilot meal plan

At CSUN, only the men’s and women’s basketball teams have benefited from an NCAA rule implemented in August by way of a card that can be used once a day exclusively at Geronimo’s, a campus dining hall. The regulation also allows the teams’ coaches the ability to provide food at the departments’ or their own […]

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Women’s Soccer: Matadors seal consecutive road wins in second overtime against Cal Poly

Women’s Soccer: Matadors seal consecutive road wins in second overtime against Cal Poly

CSUN (5-7-1, 2-0) topped the weekend off with another victory (2-1) Sunday against Cal Poly (6-7-0) going into double overtime to settle the score. Junior defender Kendall Moskal and Junior forward Lyndsey Preston brought the Matadors back from the 1-0 Mustang lead to earn the program’s first win over both Cal Poly and UCSB on […]

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Men’s Soccer: Cal Poly hands CSUN their third straight loss in overtime

Men’s Soccer: Cal Poly hands CSUN their third straight loss in overtime

A late equalizer was not enough as the Matadors (4-6-1, 0-2-0) slipped to a third consecutive loss and their second of Big West conference play after losing to the Cal Poly Mustangs (6-2-3, 1-0-1)  2-1 in overtime Sunday afternoon at Spanos Stadium in San Luis Obispo. Junior midfielder Marino Peixoto scored his first-career goal to […]

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Women’s Volleyball: CSUN falls to Big West rival Long Beach

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN falls to Big West rival Long Beach

After four sets, the Matadors took a 1-3 loss against the Long Beach State University 49ers on Saturday. Leading the team was outside hitter Cieana Stinson with 14 kills and a hitting percentage of .289 while middle blocker Casey Hinger completed 14 kills and eight digs. Outside hitter Danetta Boykin added 10 kills. Long Beach […]

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Women’s Soccer: Big West win breaks 10 game road loss streak

Women’s Soccer: Big West win breaks 10 game road loss streak

Overcoming what has eluded them since September of 2013, CSUN women’s soccer (4-7-1, 1-0 Big West) took a big road win at Santa Barbara (6-4-2, 0-1 Big West), Friday, in their Big West Conference debut. With apropos timing, the Matadors secured their first Big West win coming off a 10 game losing streak on the […]

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Football Friday: The Oakland Raiders and developing a young quarterback

Football Friday: The Oakland Raiders and developing a young quarterback

Shaka and Pete discuss the debacle that is the Oakland Raiders. They also talk about the difficulty of developing a young quarterback as well as the crop of the young guys coming out of the draft. This week ends on a cliff hanger, but the Pete and Shaka have plenty more commentary to bring listeners […]