Future of Matador Athletes
Served as goalkeeper for the Cal State Northridge water polo team. As a Matador Concialdi tallied 268 saves in her career and is fourth in saves at CSUN. Her career-high was this season with 141 saves in 19 games. Concialdi plans to continue her higher education at Cal State Fullerton to obtain her teaching credentials and masters to ultimately become an elementary school teacher.
The Virginia native played two-seasons with the CSUN basketball team. Last season he was Most Inspirational Player. For the Matadors McLemore average 10.7 points per-game and 493 points. He had 53 assist, six blocks and 35 steals. McLemore had a career-high 26 points in two games this season first one at UC Santa Barbara and against UC Davis. He was also named co-MVP this season by his teammates. McLemore signed with an agent and will play professional basketball overseas.
Sociology/Criminal Justice major, and Matador water polo player, Sonoda leaves CSUN as fifth in leading scorer with 143 goals. As her last season as a Matador, Sonoda collected 53 goals, 27 assist and 26 steals. Sonoda gained first team All-Big West women’s water polo honors for the second season. Sonoda will be working this summer and training this fall in hopes to play water polo overseas.