Back to back wins for water polo

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Back to back wins for water polo

The Matadors started off the season ranked No. 19 in the country, but struggled out of the gates, going 1-3 in the opening weekend of the season. (File photo / The Sundial)

The Matadors started off the season ranked No. 19 in the country, but struggled out of the gates, going 1-3 in the opening weekend of the season. (File photo / The Sundial)

The Matadors started off the season ranked No. 19 in the country, but struggled out of the gates, going 1-3 in the opening weekend of the season. (File photo / The Sundial)

The Matadors started off the season ranked No. 19 in the country, but struggled out of the gates, going 1-3 in the opening weekend of the season. (File photo / The Sundial)

Tera Trujillo

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The women’s water polo team won their first of two non-conference matches against Cal Lutheran on Friday with an end score of 13-5.

After their first victory, the Matadors took on Cal State Monterey Bay and worked their way to a second victory of 14-9.

Back to back victories gave CSUN a cumulative 7-0 record against both Cal Lutheran and Cal State Monterey Bay all-time.

These victories helped boost the Matadors to an overall season record of 4-6.

CSUN will look to continue their momentum on the road against the UCSB Gauchos Feb. 11 at 12:30 p.m.