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CSUN baseball: Matadors cruise by Redhawks

Angel Gutierrez

March 21, 2010

Despite the fact that Seattle University had a 3-11 record going into its four game series with CSUN, Matador head coach Steve Rousey knew that the Redhawks would be no pushover and would compete against the Matadors, who were traveling outside of California for the first time this season. The opening game of ...

CSUN baseball: Don’t underestimate the Redhawks

Angel Gutierrez

March 17, 2010

From the Matadors 56 regular season games this season, only five will be played outside of California. Four of those games will be this weekend as the Matadors travel to Seattle to take on Seattle University. The Redhawks come into the series with a 3-11 record; however, they are coming off a 6-4 win over the Oregon Ducks. ...

Matador baseball takes two from Lions

Angel Gutierrez

March 15, 2010

After their upset win over No. 11 East Carolina on Wednesday, the Matadors (8-6) were looking to end a five-game losing streak to Loyola Marymount (4-10) that dated back to the 2007 season. The Matadors put an end to their losing streak against the Lions with a 12-5 victory on Friday at Page Stadium. R...

CSUN opens three-game series at LMU

Angel Gutierrez

March 11, 2010

After a seven-game homestand which ended with a confidence-boosting 5-3 win over No. 11 East Carolina on Wednesday, Cal State Northridge (6-5) will head out to Page Stadium to face Loyola Marymount for two games on Friday and Saturday before finishing the three-game series on Sunday at Matador Field. The Matadors, who a...

CSUN baseball drops three against UCONN

Angel Gutierrez

March 8, 2010

Coming off a pair of walk-off wins against Pepperdine last week, the Matadors welcomed the Connecticut Huskies to Matador Field for a four game series. The Huskies made their first trip in school history to CSUN. The Matadors meanwhile we’re putting their three-game winning streak on the line. The...

Matadors pick up a pair of walk-off wins

Angel Gutierrez

March 1, 2010

The Cal State Northridge baseball team defeated Pepperdine at home in dramatic fashion twice over the weekend, with a pair of walk-off game winning hits. On Friday third baseman Justin DeMarco had the game winning RBI in the bottom of the 12th which gave the Matadors a 3-2 win in their 2010 home ...

CSUN baseball opens its home schedule against Pepperdine

Angel Gutierrez

February 25, 2010

After going 2-2 on the road, including a 7-1 upset victory over No. 18 San Diego, the Matador baseball team will have their home opener on Friday when they host Pepperdine. Some of the Matadors feel that the win over San Diego may springboard them to more victories. “What the (San Diego) game provides...

CSUN Baseball: Surprising win over No. 18 USD

Angel Gutierrez

February 23, 2010

After giving up 30 runs in their first three games of the season, Cal State Northridge held the No. 18 San Diego Toreros to one run in its 7-1 upset victory at San Diego. Justin DeMarco, who went 3-for-4, and Ridge Carpenter, who went 3-for-6 with 3 RBI’s, led the Matadors. San Diego was able...

Matador pitchers give up 32 runs

Angel Gutierrez

February 23, 2010

The Cal State Northridge baseball team opened up their season scoring 32 runs in three games during the MLB Urban Invitational; unfortunately they gave up 30 runs and came away with a 1-2 record. The Matadors got off to a solid start defeating Bethune-Cookman 18-4 on Friday. CSUN suffered a 12-9 defeat...

Matador baseball kicks off the season at the MLB Urban Invitational in Compton

Angel Gutierrez

February 18, 2010

With the 2010 season starting this Friday against Bethune-Cookman, from Daytona Beach, Fla., at the MLB Urban Youth Academy in Compton for the MLB Urban Invitational, the Matadors baseball team is hoping that a second straight top-40 recruiting class by head coach Steve Rousey, and the playing experienc...

No need to vote, King James is the MVP

Angel Gutierrez

February 16, 2010

For the last couple of seasons the debate in basketball has been who the better player is: Kobe Bryant or LeBron James. However, this season there is no debate, as James has separated himself from Bryant to establish himself as the game’s best player and a lock as this seasons MVP. There have been quest...

Manning not the greatest quarterback just yet

Angel Gutierrez

February 9, 2010

Prior to Super Bowl XLIV there were many people claiming that Peyton Manning, with a Colts victory in the Super Bowl, would have a legitimate case to be considered the greatest quarterback of all time. Now with Indy coming up short in the postseason once again, it could be argued that Peyton Man...

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