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Matadors stunned by the Toreros

Matadors stunned by the Toreros

Ethan Hanson

September 26, 2017

CSUN entered Sunday's matchup against San Diego looking exhausted and it showed from the first minute against a San Diego team (2-8) that came for a win. San Diego leading scorer, Summer Mason had both goals and the Toreros defeated CSUN 2-0. The loss was the first against the Matadors at home. "San...

A 3.6 earthquake strikes Westwood

A 3.6 earthquake strikes Westwood

Ethan Hanson

September 19, 2017

A 3.6 earthquake struck Los Angeles and was felt in Westwood all the way to the San Fernando Valley. According to the United States Geological Service the epicenter occurred west of Sepulveda Pass in the Santa Monica Mountains.Marketing major Anthony Maralian, 19, said he was doing his English homework...

Matador of the week

Ethan Hanson

September 19, 2017

Matador of the week: Gefry Sarco, Cross CountrySophomore Gefry Sarco led the Matadors to its best run of the day in 25 minutes and nine seconds in the UC Riverside Invitational on Saturday. It was an improvement for Sarco, who finished third for the Matadors in theseason opener during the Pepperdine I...

Cynthia Sanchez chasing history

Cynthia Sanchez chasing history

Ethan Hanson

September 19, 2017

The morning sunshine hits Cynthia Sanchez like orange stripes. She races onto the field with the same zest and joy she has had since she was a freshman. Her detailed approach in practice is a reason why CSUN values her leadership for a journey that started with many obstacles. Now with 10 games left in h...

Matadors of the week

Matadors of the week

Ethan Hanson

September 12, 2017

Matadors of the week: goalkeeper Henrik Regitnig- Regitnig was named Big West Defensive Player of the week for the second consecutive time after posting a season-high six saves in CSUN’s 2-0 road victory over No. 9 ranked Denver. “It’s a good accolade for showing out for that kind of s...

Lessons to be learned from MacArthur Park

Lessons to be learned from MacArthur Park

Ethan Hanson

September 12, 2017

MacArthur Park in downtown Los Angeles was the landmark spot for protests on Sunday afternoon. Thousands of people walked the streets to support the estimated 800,000 students who have been affected by Donald Trump’s orders to put DACA in the hands of Congress.But there wasn’t just one rally...

Matadors of the week

Matadors of the week

Ethan Hanson

September 7, 2017

Matadors of the week: DS Katie SatoOver the weekend, Katie Sato led a resurgent women’s volleyball team to winning all three of its matches over the weekend at the CSUN-Pepperdine challenge held at the Matadome. “We’ve been working really hard and we have been able to execute our sys...

Sanchez becomes CSUN’s second all-time scorer in tie

Sanchez becomes CSUN’s second all-time scorer in tie

Ethan Hanson

September 2, 2017

Northridge forward Cynthia Sanchez made sure she wasn’t going to let opportunities slip by her in the second half Thursday night's game. After a frustrating offensive first half, she turned the tables and in the 57th minute, she preserved a 1-1 double overtime tie against Fresno State (1-2-1) at ...

St. Mary’s gets late goal to knock off CSUN

St. Mary’s gets late goal to knock off CSUN

Ethan Hanson

August 28, 2017

St. Mary’s forward Jake Rudel rushed and cracked a shot inside the post past the gaels diving keeper Henrik Regitnig. The goal proved to be decisive in the 86th minute and the Gaels got the 2-1 road win over CSUN (1-1) in a game where temperatures reached up to 102 degrees. The heat was met with ...

Favela stays hot in Matadors win over Utah Valley

Favela stays hot in Matadors win over Utah Valley

Ethan Hanson

August 27, 2017

Marissa Favela found the ball at her feet late in the game while fighting scorching heat for the Matadors. When her team needed it the most, Favela ripped a shot past goalkeeper Sarah Davis two minutes into overtime for the game winning goal and giving CSUN the 2-1 victory over Utah Valley (1-3).Favela was mobbe...

CSUN women’s soccer shuts out Houston at home

CSUN women’s soccer shuts out Houston at home

Ethan Hanson

August 27, 2017

CSUN women’s soccer is a team that has prided itself on having one of the elite defenses in the country. So when the clock started against Houston, the Matadors turned Houston (2-0-1) into a team that looked like it was playing in a tin can.The Matadors did not allow a single shot on goal f...

Pacific spoils CSUN’s home opener with tie

Pacific spoils CSUN’s home opener with tie

Ethan Hanson

August 23, 2017

Pacific defender Hannah Terry scored in the 85th minute from 50 yards which spoiled the Matadors' home opener with a 1-1 tie.“We just had some immaturity today with some of our young players that just didn’t play well today,” coach Keith West said. “We lost nine seniors last year...

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