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M-Soccer: CSUN beats Cal Poly, back in first place

M-Soccer: CSUN beats Cal Poly, back in first place

Anthony Carpio

October 11, 2011

Bouncing back from a loss to UC Irvine on Saturday, the Matadors (6-5-1, 3-1 Big West) now find themselves tied for first place in the Big West Conference after a 2-0 victory over Cal Poly (5-5-2, 2-2) Tuesday night at Alex G. Spanos Stadium. “After the loss (to UC Irvine), all of us weren’t too happy, and we knew we had to come out and get th...

M-Soccer: CSUN eager to capitalize on scoring chances, faces Cal Poly

M-Soccer: CSUN eager to capitalize on scoring chances, faces Cal Poly

Anthony Carpio

October 11, 2011

Following a 2-0 loss to UC Irvine that dropped them from the top spot in the Big West Conference, the Matadors (5-5-1, 2-1 Big West) find themselves tied for second place with UC Davis and Cal Poly, team they face tonight. The Mustangs (5-4-2, 2-1) crushed UC Riverside, 5-0, Sunday afternoon. Cal P...

M-Soccer: Coin-flip goals determine CSUN’s fate against UCI

M-Soccer: Coin-flip goals determine CSUN’s fate against UCI

Anthony Carpio

October 8, 2011

Irvine --  In a first-place showdown, it all came down to saves. With both UC Irvine goals coming by way of deflections, CSUN (5-5-1, 2-1 Big West) had chances to prevent its 2-0 defeat to the Anteaters (11-2, 3-1) Saturday night, instead the Matadors dropped their first Big West Conference ...

CicLAvia to open miles of streets in Downtown Los Angeles to pedestrians

Anthony Carpio

October 6, 2011

The third CicLAvia event in downtown Los Angeles will take place on Sunday, Oct. 9, where people can roam the streets without any fear of automobiles in their way. The event will start at 10 a.m. and conclude at 3 p.m. and attendance is free to the public. “You don’t need to register; you don’t...

California Faculty Association to hold strikes after failing to reach agreement with CSU over salary raises

Anthony Carpio

October 5, 2011

Faculty members at two CSU campuses will hold day-long concerted actions after failing to come to an agreement with the CSU over salary raises. Cal State Dominquez Hills and Cal State East Bay will hold their actions Nov. 17, said Nate Thomas, president of CSUN’s California Faculty Association (CFA)...

M-Soccer: Matadors try to defend their first place at UC Irvine

M-Soccer: Matadors try to defend their first place at UC Irvine

Anthony Carpio

October 5, 2011

Currently riding a three-game winning streak, the Matadors are looking to stay on top of the Big West Conference as they face No. 7 UC Irvine at Anteater Stadium Saturday night. CSUN (5-4-1, 2-0 Big West)is tied for first place with UC Irvine (10-2, 2-1) in conference with six points each. CSUN got wins against UC Davis and Cal Stat...

M-Soccer: Still adjusting to American life, freshman Israeli is impact player for Matadors

M-Soccer: Still adjusting to American life, freshman Israeli is impact player for Matadors

Anthony Carpio

October 3, 2011

Freshmen have a lot to deal with when they first start college. Living away from home and learning how to survive on their own can make their college experience challenging. Most freshmen attending CSUN may come from neighboring cities and even a few from out of state. But one freshman athlete on the men’s soccer team came from a ...

M-Soccer: Freshmen lead Matadors to victory against Cal State Fullerton

M-Soccer: Freshmen lead Matadors to victory against Cal State Fullerton

Anthony Carpio

October 1, 2011

Terry Davila’s first-year players showed up to play Saturday night, leading CSUN to a Big West Conference victory, 3-0, over rival Cal State Fullerton at Matador Soccer Field. The freshmen trio of Yarden Azulay, Christian Gonzalez Diaz and Edwin Rivas scored all three goals for the Matadors (5-4-1, 2-0). “Any time anybody gets on the field, I don’t’ ca...

M-Soccer: Matadors blast Aggies on the road in Big West opener

M-Soccer: Matadors blast Aggies on the road in Big West opener

Anthony Carpio

September 28, 2011

The Big West Conference opener resulted in a big win for the Matadors (4-4-1) as they powered through UC Davis, 3-0, Wednesday afternoon at Aggie Soccer Field. The victory was CSUN’s first against the Aggies (2-5-2)in almost six years. Co-captain Rafael Garcia made sure the Matadors came away with the win. By...

M-Soccer: CSUN kicks off Big West in Davis

M-Soccer: CSUN kicks off Big West in Davis

Anthony Carpio

September 27, 2011

The Matadors (3-4-1) head north to face UC Davis (2-4-2) in their Big West season opener tonight, despite a scare of an alleged gunman at school on Tuesday. The team finished practice on schedule, but was unaware of the developing news of a man possessing a gun near the Oviatt Library during their ...

President Koester supports second part of Dream Act

President Koester supports second part of Dream Act

Anthony Carpio

September 25, 2011

CSUN President Jolene Koester announced CSUN’s support of the second part of California’s Dream Act, or AB 131, and encouraged Gov. Jerry Brown to sign the bill, Friday. Koester’s public response comes after CSU Chancellor Charles Reed made a similar statement on behalf of the CSU. Thirty-eig...

M-Soccer: Matadors win big in final tuneup before Big West season

M-Soccer: Matadors win big in final tuneup before Big West season

Anthony Carpio

September 25, 2011

After being shut out for the first time this season Friday night, the Cal State Northridge men’s soccer team bounced back with a shutout of its own as the Matadors defeated Seattle 3-0 on a damp Matador Soccer Field Sunday afternoon. With poor field conditions, Matadors and Redhawks went scoreless u...

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