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Sundial Sports Editor’s Fall Awards 2014

With the semester coming to a wrap and finals upon us, let’s recap the standout performers of the Fall sports at CSUN. Super Senior- Sam Kaul, Women’s Volleyball, Sr. Award given to the most underrated senior Kaul didn’t lead her team kills, but anyone who watched a women’s volleyball game saw her contributions to the […]

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Men’s Basketball: Elliott shines as CSUN snaps five-game losing streak against Vanguard

Men’s Basketball: Elliott shines as CSUN snaps five-game losing streak against Vanguard

    Devonte Elliott recorded season-high rebounds and points as the Matadors (3-7) ended their five-game losing streak with an impressive 70-58 win over the Vanguard Lions (3-1). The senior forward finished the game with 14 points and nine rebounds, while junior center Tre Hale-Edmerson also recorded a season-high 11 rebounds. Head coach Reggie Theus […]

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Independent investigator leading probe into men’s basketball violations

The same independent investigator responsible for the university commissioned report concluding hazing occurred in incidents preceding the death of Armando Villa is now leading an ongoing probe targeting players of the CSUN men’s basketball team over possible violations of team and university rules. “Carl Botterud of Ritt Tai Thvedt & Hodges, LLP is leading the […]

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CSUN Matador Bench Missing: Men’s Basketball

CSUN Matador Bench Missing: Men’s Basketball

Bulk of freshman class meant to bring depth yet to see playing time

Before the sixth game of the season, CSUN men’s basketball has yet to call on many of its new arrivals. Of the nine new additions to the 2014-15 roster, only three have debuted and over a third of the roster has never represented CSUN in an official contest. Freshman guards Micheal Warren, Miles Nolen-Webb, Jerron […]

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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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2014-15 Basketball Issue #Blacktopfaceoff

2014-15 Basketball Issue #Blacktopfaceoff

With the CSUN Basketball season on the brink, the annual Basketball issue drops this Wednesday, Nov. 12, in a special print addition. Both teams are coming off tremendous 2013-14 seasons, so both have even more expectations for the 2014-15 seasons as they premiere the new Blacktop floor at the Matadome. Women’s Basketball The women’s team […]

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Coast to Coast travels for an experienced Men’s Basketball team: Story Map

Coast to Coast travels for an experienced Men’s Basketball team: Story Map
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Big West Tournament: Improbable run ends as men fall to Mustangs in title game

Big West Tournament: Improbable run ends as men fall to Mustangs in title game

ANAHEIM – The clock struck midnight on CSUN’s Cinderella story Saturday night. Only the prince did not come with with a glass slipper, which for the Matadors, would have been the Big West Tournament trophy and a bid to the NCAA tournament. “I’m really proud of our guys,” head coach Reggie Theus said after the […]

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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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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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Men’s Basketball: Matadors fall in nail-biter at Fullerton

Men’s Basketball: Matadors fall in nail-biter at Fullerton

The Matadors (14-16, 6-8 Big West) were looking to push their conference win streak to two games playing on the road against hosts Cal State Fullerton (10-17, 5-8 Big West) at Titan Gym, but they came up short falling 82-81. CSUN trailed the entire game but earned an opportunity to win the game in the […]

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Men’s Basketball: Matadors rally to defeat Big West leaders

Men’s Basketball: Matadors rally to defeat Big West leaders

  The Matadors (14-15, 6-7 Big West) have had a strong home record all season, and the home court advantage continued with an 81-75 victory over the UC Irvine Anteaters(18-10, 9-3 Big West Conference) at the Matadome on Saturday. With a crowded Matadome behind them, they came out firing on all cylinders as they upset […]

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