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M-Soccer: Matadors look to regroup at Lobo Invitational

M-Soccer: Matadors look to regroup at Lobo Invitational

Anthony Carpio

September 7, 2011

The Matadors (1-2) head to the Midwest for the TLC Lobo Invitational to play Missouri State (0-3) and New Mexico (2-0-1) on Friday and Sunday respectively. CSUN is looking to get back on track after losing two home games at its Labor Day Classic against Akron and UNLV last weekend. Although they lost, the Mat...

Second part of California Dream Act awaits Brown’s signature

Second part of California Dream Act awaits Brown’s signature

Anthony Carpio

September 5, 2011

Undocumented students in California only need Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature by Oct. 9 to be eligible for state financial aid. The second portion of California’s Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act passed the Assembly Friday, and the historical bill is on its way to Sac...

M-Soccer: Matadors overwhelmed in overtime by No. 2 Akron

M-Soccer: Matadors overwhelmed in overtime by No. 2 Akron

Anthony Carpio

September 3, 2011

For the second time in the Cal State Northridge Labor Day Classic, the Matadors (1-2) rallied to send a match into overtime. Unfortunately for CSUN, the results were the same as Yarden Azulay’s game-tying goal was not enough to defeat No. 2 Akron on Saturday night and the Matadors lost  2-1 on Scott Caldwell’s golden goal. “We should have won that game,”...

M-Soccer: Matadors take heartbreaking loss in overtime against Rebels

M-Soccer: Matadors take heartbreaking loss in overtime against Rebels

Anthony Carpio

September 1, 2011

Behind their home crowd as the host of the Cal State Northridge Labor Day Classic, the Matadors scored a late goal to send the game into overtime, but it wasn't enough and they ultimately fell 2-1 to the quick-paced UNLV Rebels. Though the CSUN crowd was in full effect Thursday night, beatin...

M-Soccer: CSUN faces new challenges at Labor Day Classic

M-Soccer: CSUN faces new challenges at Labor Day Classic

Anthony Carpio

August 31, 2011

After starting the season right with a victory against Canisius on Friday, the Matadors men’s soccer team hopes to take that momentum and use it in the Cal State Northridge Labor Day Classic starting tonight. CSUN (1-0) will face UNLV (0-1) at 7 p.m. Cal State Fullerton and Akron will open the Classic earlier in the day (4:30 p.m.). Losing their season op...

America needs better driving standards

America needs better driving standards

Anthony Carpio

August 30, 2011

A Northridge woman was sentenced to 15 years in prison for the September 2008 hit-and-run death of a CSUN student during the summer. Just this past Thursday, another CSUN student who was riding their motorcycle was sent to the intensive care unit after a driver of a light-grey SUV ran a red light a...

M-Soccer: Head coach overhauls roster, welcomes 12 new players

M-Soccer: Head coach overhauls roster, welcomes 12 new players

Anthony Carpio

August 29, 2011

Following a year in which the CSUN men’s soccer team didn’t get its first win of the season until game No. 8, things are looking much improved early on in 2011. The Matadors (1-0) won their season opener against Canisius 2-0 on Friday night with an overhauled roster. And it’s because after an awful 3-14-2 record last year, CSUN decided to freshen up its roster with 12 new players, eight of them freshm...

Hollywood Foreign Press Association awards CSUN $50,000

Hollywood Foreign Press Association awards CSUN $50,000

Anthony Carpio

August 28, 2011

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) awarded CSUN’s 2011-12 senior film project students with a $50,000 grant for the 16th consecutive year. “It’s a huge help,” said Jaclyn Moore, film production major. “I don’t know what we would do without it. It would be a struggle.” In...

M-Soccer: Davila earns 100th win in season opener

Anthony Carpio

August 26, 2011

The CSUN men's soccer team was able to give head coachTerry Davila his 100th win as a Big West coach with a 2-0 victory against Canisius on Friday night to open the 2011 season. “I’m just glad to get a home victory,” said Davila, who started his 12th season with the Matadors. “I guess when I get a bit older, I’ll look at it and savor it.” It was the fi...

Social networking sites creates high for users

Social networking sites creates high for users

Anthony Carpio

August 26, 2011

Ekin Eser does his best to avoid logging onto his Facebook account but often finds himself typing the web address into his browser without realizing it. “I know it is a bad thing to go on Facebook a lot,” said Eser, a pre-finance major. “I have to use an extension on my browser to pre...

Exhibition: CSUN men’s soccer thrashes Dominguez Hills

Anthony Carpio

August 20, 2011

  In complete control throughout the match, the CSUN men's soccer team cruised to a 5-0 exhibition win against CSU Dominguez Hills at Matador Soccer Field on Saturday night. Despite the match only being an exhibition, the Matador offense looked dominant from beginning to end against the Division-II powerhouse. All five goals came from different playe...

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