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Men’s Volleyball: No. 2 BYU quiets late CSUN rally to win in four sets

Men’s Volleyball: No. 2 BYU quiets late CSUN rally to win in four sets

  Despite a career-best night from sophomore outside hitter Sam Holt, the Matadors (6-11, 6-10 MPSF) dropped their seventh straight match to the No. 2 BYU Cougars (13-4, 13-2) in four sets, 22-25, 23-25, 28-26, 18-25 Saturday at the Matadome. Holt dominated the match with a career-high 32 kills on a .393 hitting percentage, but […]

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Softball: Elder’s shutout brings CSUN winning streak to four

Softball: Elder’s shutout brings CSUN winning streak to four

  The Matadors (10-8)  extended their winning streak to four as they defeated the Grand Canyon Antelopes (9-9) 2-0 on Friday during the CSUN/UCLA Invitational. CSUN kicked things off with 2-0 lead after an infield hit by junior left fielder Abby Linn, an RBI triple by freshman center fielder Taylor Glover and a sacrifice fly […]

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Men’s Basketball: Matadors conclude regular season with win on senior night

Men’s Basketball: Matadors conclude regular season with win on senior night

The Matadors (15-7, 7-9 Big West) finished off regular-season play with an impressive 91-83 defeat of the Long Beach State 49ers (13-15, 9-6 Big West) in front of a crowded Matadome Thursday on senior night. Senior Guard Josh Greene, the holder of seven matador records, was able to defeat the 49ers in his final career […]

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Women’s Basketball: CSUN wins Big West title outright with win at CSULB

Women’s Basketball: CSUN wins Big West title outright with win at CSULB

The Matadors (16-14, 12-4 Big West) secured a historical first-ever Big West Conference title with a close win, 54-52 against the Long Beach State 49ers (15-14, 7-8 Big West) Thursday evening at Walter Pyramid. With the victory against Long Beach, CSUN has officially secured the first-place seed in the upcoming Big West Tournament and will […]

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Baseball: Matador offense wakes up, but pitching falters in extra-inning affair

The CSUN offense finally gave their pitchers run support.  However, it came on a night when the pitchers allowed the most runs in a game all season. The Matadors went into the 13th inning tied with the Loyola Marymount Lions 11-11 at Page Stadium on Wednesday night. With a 10-9 lead heading into the top […]

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Women’s Golf: Matadors take step backwards at Tarzana Tourney

Women’s Golf: Matadors take step backwards at Tarzana Tourney

  The Matadors improved in the third round of play, but only by a single slot as they finished the Bruin Wave Invitational in 14th place on Tuesday. CSUN could not figure out the El Caballero Country Club greens in their third time around, as they stroked one shot worse than their second-round performance, finishing […]

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Baseball: Pitching let down by offense in 3-1 loss at CSUB

Baseball: Pitching let down by offense in 3-1 loss at CSUB

  After escaping with two wins in a rain-soaked weekend series with the visiting Washington State Cougars, the Matadors (6-6) traveled to Bakersfield and left with a 3-1 loss to the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners (5-7) at Hardt Field on Tuesday. Northridge was cruising behind a one-run lead and sophomore Calvin Copping’s five shutout innings.  […]

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Formula One is almost here, but not without controversy – Sports Podcast

Formula One is almost here, but not without controversy – Sports Podcast

On this episode of the Daily Sundial Sports Podcast, Victor Frost and Andrew Martinez talk about the recent changes in Formula One. For Victor’s article with all the details, check out the link below. “All eyes on the 2014 F1 season following changes” – Victor Frost

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AL East spends big while Rangers, Red Sox make risky moves

AL East spends big while Rangers, Red Sox make risky moves

  Can you feel it, baseball fans? That horrible feeling that lasts from October to March? Well, for those of you still mourning the end of the 2013 season, there’s some good news and some bad news. Baseball season hasn’t officially started, but Spring Training has. During the offseason, there were some big splashes, one […]

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Women’s Basketball: CSUN clinches first Big West title with win over UCR

Women’s Basketball: CSUN clinches first Big West title with win over UCR

  The Matadors (15-14, 11-4 Big West) secured a 77-75 win over the UC Riverside Highlanders (6-24, 2-12 Big West) despite struggling from defensive gaps and offensive errors early on Saturday at the Matadome. Falling behind late in the first half, CSUN rallied in the last five minutes of the game to take the win […]

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Men’s Basketball: Missed free throws costly in overtime loss

Men’s Basketball: Missed free throws costly in overtime loss

After falling short in a close game on Thursday, the Matadors (14-17, 6-9 Big West) came up short once again, losing to the UC Riverside Highlanders (9-19, 4-10 Big West) 106-105 Saturday at SRC Arena. There were two overtime periods needed to determine the outcome. Both teams could not pull away from each other as […]

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All eyes on the 2014 F1 season following changes

All eyes on the 2014 F1 season following changes

The countdown has begun for the new 2014 Formula One season. With less than a month left before the proverbial flag is dropped for the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne this coming March, the anticipation is building for F1 fans all over the world and there is sure to be a lot to look forward […]

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