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Past, Present Matadors gather for alumni baseball game

Past, Present Matadors gather for alumni baseball game

Andrew Martinez

February 2, 2014

Current and former Matador baseball players and coaches got together on Saturday afternoon to play in the 2014 CSUN baseball alumni game, part of the annual alumni weekend. Fans gathered to watch the game and preview the 2014 Matador baseball squad and enjoyed complimentary food as the baseball team...

Women’s Tennis: Matadors rally behind freshmen for comeback win over Cal Poly

Women’s Tennis: Matadors rally behind freshmen for comeback win over Cal Poly

Andrew Martinez

February 2, 2014

Faced with an early 3-0 deficit against the Cal Poly Mustangs, the Matadors (3-0, 1-0 Big West) rallied to win four of six singles matches to take the singles point and win 4-3 at the Matador Tennis Complex. The match came down to freshman Mickey Hsu’s No. 3 singles match against Mustang junior Ha...

Men’s Golf: Matadors pick up play on day two, finish fourth

Andrew Martinez

January 29, 2014

After a sluggish start in the opening day of play, the Matadors validated their coach’s word and played better on day two, finishing fourth at the Anteater Invitational at the Mesa Verde Country Club. Senior Kyle Sauer continued his excellent play as he just missed taking first title, finishing two st...

Women’s Tennis: New-look Matadors open season at home with a pair of wins

Women’s Tennis: New-look Matadors open season at home with a pair of wins

Andrew Martinez

January 27, 2014

  A quartet of Matador debuts helped open the 2014 women’s tennis season in exciting fashion over the weekend as the Matadors (2-0) swept the Westmont Warriors (0-1) 7-0 Saturday, and edged out the Air Force Falcons (0-2) 4-3 Sunday at the Matador Tennis Complex. Freshmen Mickey Hsu, Vivian Lin ...

Brain-dead patients deserve to be laid to rest

Brain-dead patients deserve to be laid to rest

Andrew Martinez

January 27, 2014

Whether the decision to play God lies in the hands of the state or the wishes of the family, the choice is one that shouldn’t be made available through medical means in keeping brain-dead patients alive. A 33-year-old pregnant woman collapsed in her home on Nov. 26 as a blood clot in her lung cut off ...

Men’s Golf: Rough start for Matadors as season resumes at Anteater Invitational

Andrew Martinez

January 27, 2014

The Matadors got off to a shaky start on Monday as they resumed their season Monday at the Mesa Verde Country Club, placing fifth on day one of the Anteater Invitational. Senior Kyle Sauer had a productive day stroking a 141 in two rounds, good for a one under-par and third place on the individual l...

Matadors hope to defy expectations

Matadors hope to defy expectations

Andrew Martinez

January 21, 2014

  A Matador squad loaded with young but unproven talent will look to rise above expectations in the country's most competitive conference. In a coaches' poll, CSUN was picked to finish 10th in the 13-team Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF), a conference which boasts four of the ...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN hangs on for 81-76 win over Cal Poly

Women’s Basketball: CSUN hangs on for 81-76 win over Cal Poly

Andrew Martinez

January 17, 2014

The Matadors (6-11, 2-1 Big West Conference) opened their home conference schedule in thrilling fashion as they handed Cal Poly (8-8, 2-1 Big West Conference) its first conference loss with an 81-76 victory Thursday evening at the Matadome. Entering halftime with a seven point lead, the Matadors appeared ...

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN tournament hopes dashed by Trojans

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN tournament hopes dashed by Trojans

Andrew Martinez

December 7, 2013

The No. 7 USC Trojans (28-5) proved too much to handle for the Matadors (24-7) as they were swept in the second round of the NCAA Tournament 19-25, 18-25, 18-25 Friday night at the Galen Center. The Matadors, a top-20 team in the nation in hitting percentage, struggled as they only hit an uncharac...

Men’s Basketball: Matadors fall to Seattle in first home loss

Men’s Basketball: Matadors fall to Seattle in first home loss

Andrew Martinez

December 6, 2013

After cruising to easy wins against La Sierra and Southern Utah, the Matadors (5-5) dropped their final home game before the break to the Seattle Redhawks (5-3) 58-53 Thursday evening at the Matadome. A hot start by sophomore forward Tre Hale-Edmerson would be spoiled by costly turnovers and a poo...

Women’s Volleyball: Big West Champs reach NCAA Tournament

Andrew Martinez

December 2, 2013

Having completed their best season in recent memory, the Big West tri-champion Matadors have reached the NCAA Tournament, their first since 2004. The Matadors, who finished 41st in the final regular season NCAA rankings, received an at-large bid after tri-champion UC Santa Barbara received the Big West auto-bid by way of tiebreak...

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN claims share of Big West Title with five set victory at UC Davis

Women’s Volleyball:  CSUN claims share of Big West Title with five set victory at UC Davis

Andrew Martinez

November 30, 2013

In their final and most pivotal match of the season, the Matadors (23-6, 13-3 Big West) rallied from the brink of defeat and defeated UC Davis (14-15, 6-10 Big West) in five sets to clinch a share of the Big West Title, 21-25, 25-9, 18-25, 27-25, 15-5. With a final conference record of 13-3, the M...

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