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W-Soccer: Matadors reach Big West Tournament semis again in 2011

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Christina Azouz November 7, 2011

After a heartbreaking loss Thursday to Long Beach State in the Big West Conference Tournament semifinals to end the year, the Matadors chose to look at 2011 as a stepping stone for future seasons. “Our...

W-Soccer: Long Beach State eliminates CSUN from Big West Tournament

Photo Credit: Ken Scarboro / Editor in Chief
Christina Azouz November 3, 2011

The Matadors had their season come to an end last year after being eliminated by Long Beach State in the Big West Conference Tournament. This season, Northridge was hoping that history didn’t repeat...

W-Soccer: Long Beach State stands in Matadors’ way once again at Big West tournament

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Christina Azouz November 2, 2011

After a season filled with ups and downs, the CSUN women’s soccer team opens its postseason today against Long Beach State in the Big West Conference Tournament at George Allen Field, a place CSUN...

W-Soccer: Matadors earn spot in Big West Tournament

CSUN will face Long Beach State in the Big West Tournament semifinals on Thursday. Photo Credit: Herber Lovato/ Senior Photographer
Christina Azouz October 31, 2011

The CSUN women’s soccer team scored three goals for the third time this season as the Matadors defeated Cal State Bakersfield, 3-0, in a non-conference match on Senior Night at the Matador Soccer...

CSUN has chance to clinch second seed at UCR

Herber Lovato / SenMatadors look to clinch the No. 2 seed in the Big West Tournament with a win at UCR. Photo Credit: Herber Lovato/ Senior Photographer
Christina Azouz October 26, 2011

With first place out of reach, the CSUN women’s soccer team looks to secure second place in the Big West Conference with a win at UC Riverside tonight. After a 4-0 loss to UC Irvine Sunday night,...

W-Soccer: Matadors embarrassed at home in showdown for first place

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Christina Azouz October 23, 2011

On a night where sole position of first place in the Big West Conference was up for grabs, the CSUN women’s soccer team played its worst game of the season and lost scandalously, 4-0, to UC Irvine...

W-Soccer: Farran scores early as CSUN moves into first-place tie

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Christina Azouz October 20, 2011

An early goal by senior forward Heidi Farran was all the CSUN women’s soccer needed to defeat Cal State Fullerton, 1-0, Thursday evening to move into a first-place tie with UC Irvine in...

W-Soccer: CSUN eyeing first place in crucial league games

Christina Azouz October 19, 2011

With only four scheduled games remaining in the season, the CSUN women’s soccer team finds itself in position to make a run at the Big West regular season title and a No. 1 seed in the conference...

W-Soccer: Farran’s goal pushes CSUN past Long Beach State, Matadors move into first-place

Heidi Farran (right) scored the game-winning goal to give CSUN the win over Long Beach State Friday night. Photo Credit: Simon Gambaryan /Daily Sundial
Christina Azouz October 14, 2011

Senior forward Heidi Farran's game-winning goal in the 88th minute ended Long Beach State's six-match winning steak as the CSUN women's soccer team took over first-place in the Big West Conference...

W-Soccer: CSUN seeks vengeance against Long Beach

Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial
Christina Azouz October 12, 2011

The CSUN women’s soccer team will be thinking revenge during its Big West Conference match Friday as the Matadors take on league-leading Long Beach State at Matador Soccer Field. Last season,...

W-Soccer Notebook: CSUN finally beats Santa Barbara

Sophomore defender Chloe McDaniel (14) and the Matadors beat UC Santa Barbara for the first time since 2007 on Sunday. CSUN won 1-0. Photo Credit: Simon Gambaryan / Daily Sundial
Christina Azouz October 11, 2011

Entering Sunday night’s game, the CSUN women’s soccer team had lost its last five meetings against UC Santa Barbara. “Thanks for reminding me,” said CSUN head coach Keith West after his...

Question of the day: How would you end the NBA lockout?

Christina Azouz October 10, 2011

If you were the NBA commissioner, how would you end the lockout? The owners and players are separated on two main issues: soft vs. hard salary cap and revenue sharing. The players want a soft salary...

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