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Men’s soccer prepares to face the Big West opponents to finish season

Men’s soccer prepares to face the Big West opponents to finish season

Eduardo Miranda

October 5, 2016

The CSUN men’s soccer team record is 5-4-1 overall and 2-0-0 in the Big West Conference at the halfway mark of the season. The Matadors have a few impressive wins this season against Cal Berkeley, UC Davis, and Sacramento State. They have fallen on the road against two teams ranked in the nation, ...

Matadors win 2nd straight home game

Matadors win 2nd straight home game

Eduardo Miranda

October 2, 2016

The CSUN men’s soccer team defeated the Sacramento State Hornets 1-0. The Matadors played their second game at home against a Big West rival. Both teams came in winning their Big West opener on Thursday and are looking to go on top of the Big West. The game played at Matadors stadium can be divided...

Matadors, Aggies scoreless in 110 minutes

Matadors, Aggies scoreless in 110 minutes

Eduardo Miranda

October 2, 2016

The CSUN women’s soccer team and the UC Davis Aggies settled for a 0-0 draw after extra minutes on Friday night. The Matadors opened their Big West campaign at home against the Aggies, a team they have beaten the last five times at home. The Matadors have amassed an impressive record when it comes...

In The Dome

In The Dome

Eduardo Miranda

October 1, 2016

On October 1, the entire basketball community will be watching the first game of the 2016-2017 NBA preseason. The game will be played in Vancouver and we will finally be able to see this summer’s biggest signing make his debut on his new squad. That’s right. Kevin Durant and the Warriors are about...

Matadors get revenge on UC Davis

Matadors get revenge on UC Davis

Eduardo Miranda

September 30, 2016

When the final whistle blew at Matador Stadium on Thursday night, the CSUN men’s soccer team claimed a difficult 2-1 win over Big West rivals, the UC Davis Aggies. The returning Matador players had extra motivation for the game. It was a chance to avenge their first round tournament loss to the Agg...

Matadors shut out Mavericks 2-0

Matadors shut out Mavericks 2-0

Eduardo Miranda

September 26, 2016

The CSUN women’s soccer team returned home after a two game road trip and pulled off a 2-0 win over the University of Nebraska-Omaha. In the first half, the Matadors took control of the ball and forced much of the game to be played in the Mavericks side of the field. The Matadors defenders and midfielders...

Matadors duel Toreros to a draw

Matadors duel Toreros to a draw

Eduardo Miranda

September 23, 2016

The CSUN men’s soccer team returned home looking to end a four game skid. Despite having an early lead, they were unable to pull away and the match ended in a 1-1 tie. The Matadors were welcomed by a home crowd, who braved the sudden wind and cold of the night, ready to see their team win their...

CSUN reacts to New York City bombing

CSUN reacts to New York City bombing

Eduardo Miranda

September 20, 2016

After New York City was hit by a bomb on Saturday night, some CSUN students feel unsafe. Ericka Andrade, a sociology major, said, “I think this world is crazy. I don’t feel safe here on campus or anywhere. If you're good and your good vibes continue then violence is not the answer.” Dill...

CSUN women’s soccer falls short in final minutes

CSUN women’s soccer falls short in final minutes

Eduardo Miranda

September 19, 2016

The CSUN women’s soccer team played the Marquette Golden Eagles in the final game of the Marquette Invitational, losing 3-2. The Matadors had a lackluster first half and Marquette took control and played most of the game in front of the Matadors goal. The Golden Eagles scored early in the match as ...

Men’s soccer loses fourth consecutive game

Men’s soccer loses fourth consecutive game

Eduardo Miranda

September 18, 2016

The CSUN men’s soccer team lost the final game of a five game road trip series, 1-0, to the Utah Valley Wolverines. The first 45 minutes of the game were evenly matched, but the Matadors dictated tempo more than the Wolverines. The Matadors dominated in possessions and ball movement all over the...

Matadors too much for Ramblers

Matadors too much for Ramblers

Eduardo Miranda

September 16, 2016

In their first game of the Marquette Invitational Tournament, the CSUN women’s soccer team pulled out a 2-0 win over the University of Loyola Chicago Ramblers on Friday night. The Matadors came out in the first half and made the Ramblers play to their style. They took 10 shots, forced four save,s...

UCLA scores four on Matadors

UCLA scores four on Matadors

Eduardo Miranda

September 13, 2016

The CSUN men’s soccer team visited Drake Stadium in Westwood to play against the 9th ranked UCLA Bruins. The Matadors took more shots, corners, and saves in the first half compared to the Bruins. Unfortunately, having an advantage of 8-6 in total shots, the Matadors were unable to test UCLA keeper...

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