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Sports Calendar 1/31-2/6

Sports Calendar 1/31-2/6

Ethan Hanson

January 29, 2018

Men's Basketball- 2/1/2018 vs UC Davis at 7 p.m. 2/3/2018 @ UC Santa Barbara at 7 p.m. Women's Basketball- 1/31/2018 @ UC Riverside 7 p.m. 2/3/2018 vs UC Davis at 4 p.m.Men's Volleyball- 2/3/2018 vs UC Santa Cruz 7 p.m. ...

CSUN men’s basketball defeats Cal Poly SLO at home

CSUN men’s basketball defeats Cal Poly SLO at home

Ethan Hanson

January 24, 2018

Terrell Gomez may only be five feet eight inches, but his production during the season for CSUN men's basketball has been anything but short. The freshman had 20 points and CSUN defeated Cal Poly at home 72-54 for its second consecutive win against a Big West opponent. CSUN (5-14, 2-3) played with...

Sports Calendar

Sports Calendar

Ethan Hanson

January 19, 2018

1/20 Women's Basketball vs UC Riverside, 7 p.m. Men's Basketball vs Cal Poly, 4 p.m1/25 Women's Basketball @ Hawaii, 9 p.m Men's Basketball @ UC Davis, 7 p.m1/26-1/27 Track and Field @ Washington, all day.1/27 Women's Basketball @ UC Irvine, 2 p.m. Men's Basketball vs Long Beach State...

2018 men’s volleyball preview

2018 men’s volleyball preview

Ethan Hanson

January 19, 2018

The expectations have never been higher for CSUN's men's volleyball team. The Matadors return a slew of experienced players as the Matadors seek their first appearance in the Final Four since 2010. CSUN is the seventh-ranked team in the country and has started the season winning their first four games....

Men’s Volleyball Preview Photo Headshots

Men’s Volleyball Preview Photo Headshots

Ethan Hanson

January 19, 2018

Volleyball photos

Fires scorch Sylmar and Ventura County

Fires scorch Sylmar and Ventura County

Ethan Hanson

December 5, 2017

Los Angeles Fire Fighters are fighting a blaze hat erupted Tuesday morning due to Santa Ana winds and has already burned 11,000 acres in Sylmar.Mass evacuations have been issued for residents who live in Little Tujunga Canyon."The good news is that there have been no reports of any loss of life," LAFD P...

CSUN Rapper has big dreams

CSUN Rapper has big dreams

Ethan Hanson

November 29, 2017

CSUN student and Political Science major Jordan Dixon-Hamilton is walking on two paths but travels on one road. The senior from Palmdale has his eyes closed his headphones on, and he is listening to the succinct rhythm on of one his songs. Dixon-Hamilton slowly drifts into another world and transform...

Matador of the Week: Serafina Maulupe

Matador of the Week: Serafina Maulupe

Ethan Hanson

November 28, 2017

Serafina Maulupe helped the Matadors women's basketball team gets its first win of the season over Arizona 66-63. Maulupe scored 20 points and hit the go-ahead free throws against the Wildcats. It was also the Matadors first win over a Pac-12 school since 2013 and the first win over Arizona since 1978.  

Matadors fall in the Big West final

Matadors fall in the Big West final

Ethan Hanson

November 26, 2017

CSUN women's soccer team fought to the end Sunday afternoon in a game where bruised bodies matched uniform colors. Ultimately one of its biggest weaknesses came from a distance of 12 yards and led to the Matadors' end. Kaycee Hoover hit the game winning penalty kick past Jovani McCaskill and CSUN...

Matadors rise on Senior Night

Matadors rise on Senior Night

Ethan Hanson

November 22, 2017

The CSUN women's volleyball team entered the Matadome for Saturday's senior night game without a glimpse of hope at the Big West title. Matadors senior outside hitter Rachel Diaz did at least save room for one more signature moment in the last home game of her career.Diaz had 12 kills on 17 attempts a...

Vega’s Miracle Moment

Ethan Hanson

November 20, 2017

Only a handful of people witnessed CSUN club point guard Nico Vega finish a comeback with six seconds left, but even so it was a memory that will last a lifetime. Vega dribbled past half court and scored the game-winning three-pointer. CSUN's club men's basketball team overcame a 17-point deficit in the se...

Congress remains holstered on gun control

Congress remains holstered on gun control

Ethan Hanson

November 9, 2017

Sunday morning in Sutherland Springs, Texas, should have been a day for prayer and worship for the few hundred who live just outside of San Antonio. That was before gunman Devin Patrick Kelley stormed into First Baptist Church and killed 26 people. Victims included a 5-year-old boy and a 14-year-old girl. Yet...

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