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Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

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Softball doubles record has a new name at number one

Bryanna Winner May 8, 2019

In 1994, Shannon Jones, then a senior, became the single-season doubles record holder in CSUN history with 17. Fast forward 25 years, and that record now belongs to junior Megan Stevens.After two straight...

CSUN Softball player in red and white jersey

Softball drops final home series 2-1

Bryanna Winner May 7, 2019

The Matadors dropped their final home series 2-1 against Hawaii, losing 2-1 in game one on Friday, and splitting the Senior Day games with a 3-1 win and 4-3 loss. Friday’s game went back and forth...

Matador of the week

Matadors of the Week

Bryanna Winner April 30, 2019

Bashiru AbdullahiFreshman, Track and FieldAt the Desert Heat Classic in Arizona on Saturday, the freshman from Nigeria finished in second in the 110m hurdles behind the University of Oregon's Eric Edwards...

Two CSUN Softball players in black jersey giving each other high fives

Softball wins first conference series against Cal Poly

Bryanna Winner April 23, 2019

The softball team earned their first conference series victory of the season by winning two of three over Cal Poly at home this past weekend at Matador Diamond.Friday saw the two teams square off in a...

A CSUN Softball Player in white jersey swing a bat to score

Softball drops home series against UC Riverside

Bryanna Winner April 16, 2019

Despite junior Megan Stevens tying the school record for most doubles in a season, the Matadors dropped their first home conference series 2-1 to UC Riverside this past weekend at Matador Diamond. Sophomore...

CSUN Womens waterpolo player

UC Santa Barbara ruins Senior Day for CSUN women’s water polo

Bryanna Winner April 8, 2019

The No. 22 Matador women's water polo team lost to No. 11 UC Santa Barbara 19-8 on Senior Day at Matador Pool.Before the game began, seniors Lindsey Garcia, Charissa Dorn and Daci Hughes were honored as...

A CSUN Womens Water Polo player

Women’s water polo falls to No. 10 UC Irvine

Bryanna Winner April 1, 2019

The No. 22 Matadors lost to No. 10 UC Irvine at Matador Pool 15-6 on March 30 in their second to last home game of the season. The first quarter was pretty much even as the Anteaters led 4-3 after the...

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Softball impresses in weekend action

Bryanna Winner March 26, 2019

The Matadors scored 22 runs to sweep Saint Mary's College in their three-game series over the weekend before No. 1 UCLA demolished CSUN 14-2 in the final game of the weekend at Matador Diamond.In the first...

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Softball head coach named as assistant for national Olympics team

Bryanna Winner March 26, 2019

Tairia Flowers is not only the head coach for the softball team here at CSUN, she is also a former Olympian and Women's National Team (WNT) member.As a college player at UCLA from 2000-2003, Flowers helped...

A CSUN Womens Softball player trying to hit the ball

Softball goes 2-2 in CSUN/Loyola Marymount Tournament

Bryanna Winner March 20, 2019

The Matadors finished 2-2 in the CSUN/Loyola Marymount Tournament at home on Matador Diamond, improving their record to 13-14.The first game saw the Matadors take on Dartmouth College on Friday, March...

A CSUn Mens Baseball player in white jersey hiting a ball in a game.

Baseball drops contest to San Diego State

Bryanna Winner March 15, 2019

The Matadors were defeated by San Diego State University 11-5 at Matador Field on Tuesday, pushing their record down to below .500 at 8-9. This is their second loss in a row following the 10-1 drubbing...

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Late rally not enough as Hawaii ruins Senior Night for the Matadors

Bryanna Winner March 12, 2019

It was a back-and-forth game between the women's basketball team and the University of Hawai'i Rainbows. Ultimately, the rally that started in the second half was not enough as the Rainbows came out on...

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