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NBA must change to meet their rival, the NFL

NBA must change to meet their rival, the NFL

A whopping $1.17 billion on average is what NFL teams were worth as of last season, according to Forbes. Even a team in a godforsaken market like the Cleveland Browns sold for nearly $1 billion in 2012. For the NFL’s biggest competitor in the sports market, the NBA, the average value for their teams stands at […]

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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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An aging crack in the old Olympic rings

An aging crack in the old Olympic rings

As the sun set on the Black Sea Sunday night, the Sochi Winter Olympics bid its closing farewells and passed the torch to the next host, Pyeongchang, South Korea. However it is impossible not to question the relevance of such a massive event. Has the size of the spectacle outweighed the message of the games? […]

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It’s just a game, assholes!

It’s just a game, assholes!

When Walter O’Malley, then owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers, decided to move the ball club to California in 1957 he convinced the then owner of the New York Giants, Horace Stoneham, to move his ball club there, too. O’Malley wanted to keep the years-old rivalry alive. Both teams moved west where the Dodgers settled in […]

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Let’s go clubbing with the CSUN ballroom dance club

Let’s go clubbing with the CSUN ballroom dance club

Club president Yvonne Diaz talks about the stress relieving benefits of ballroom dancing. Members learn dances from swing to merengue and travel around the state to different competitions.

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Female athletes still face inequality

Female athletes still face inequality

As the WNBA moves into the final stretch of its 15th season, attendance rose along with TV viewership and is at its highest since 2005. ESPN also reported that the network’s 12 regular-season broadcasts drew an average of 270,000 viewers, an increase from last year. Even with all this obvious success and increase in popularity, […]

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CSUN’s new baseball coach is about more than just baseball

CSUN’s new baseball coach is about more than just baseball

CSUN’s new head baseball coach, Greg Moore, is ready to reinvigorate the Matadors lackluster baseball program. Moore is tasked with turning around a program that finished (31-26, 15-12) in 2013, losing 6 straight games to finish the season. “We all need to be better. I expect us to compete in the classroom, on the field, […]

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NFC Preview: 49ers poised to repeat as back to back conference champions

NFC Preview: 49ers poised to repeat as back to back conference champions

NFC West –  The incumbent NFC champs are the favorite to repeat because of their depth and talent. They do not rely on one or two players, but multiple stars on both offense and defense. Colin Kaepernick will be in his first full season as the starting quarterback for the 49ers as he led his […]

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Women’s doubles tennis team talks about synergy on the court

Women’s doubles tennis team talks about synergy on the court

By Michelle Reuter April 23rd, 2013 Section: Sports In the game of tennis, sometimes a little drive and determination is just what a team needs to prevail against a tough competitor. Luckily for the CSUN women’s tennis team, its top two doubles pairings are chock full of both. Doubles set the tone for matches between […]

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Women’s basketball: CSUN loses to San Jose State

After a good shooting night that resulted in a win against Santa Clara, the Matadors (4-3) couldn’t keep their momentum going as they shot 32 percent from the field in a 73-63 loss to San Jose State (3-3) to close out the first road trip of the season. Northridge went into halftime with a 29-24 […]

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CSUN’s soccer soldiers

By: Roy Azoulay  >>>>>CORRECTION: At the time this was published, Lev-Ari ranks tied for ninth in the nation in goals scored, and CSUN is ranked No. 20 in the nation. Transitioning to a foreign society can be a difficult period in any person’s life including one of a college student. Likewise, it can be extremely […]

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Drinks, sports, and music at Stovepiper Lounge

Drinks, sports, and music at Stovepiper Lounge

When I first pulled up to The Stovepiper Lounge, I immediately noted the strange location; in a shopping center with Office Depot on Parthenia St. While this makes for an awkward bar location, there was plenty of free parking and its location is convenient to CSUN students. As I walked in through the red velvet […]

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