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Women’s Soccer: Sanchez earns Big West Offensive Player of the Week

CSUN sophomore forward Cynthia Sanchez has blitzed through defenses this season on her way to six goals and the Big West Offensive Player of the Week. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin September 9, 2015

Following a week in which she found the back of the net three times, CSUN sophomore forward Cynthia Sanchez earned Big West Offensive Player of the Week honors.Sanchez started the week off strong after...

Skajem tees off in a familiar place in CSUN

CSUN freshman golfer Tomas Skajem knows playing golf at CSUN will be different, but he is adjusting to the weather and courses in California. Photo credit: Yocasta Arias
Julius Lasin September 8, 2015

Despite being born in London and raised in Oslo, Norway, 18-year-old freshman golfer Tomas Skajem is unfazed by the nearly-90-degree weather in Northridge, as he dribbles a golf ball off of his golf club. Skajem's...

ICYMI: Men’s Soccer: Matadors’ defense falters, lose to Mavericks 4-1.

The Matadors defense faltered in the second half, allowing three goals in 11 minutes, paving the way for a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin September 8, 2015

The trip away from home continued to be a rough one for CSUN as they fell to the University of Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks 1-4.From the start, it was evident that the Matadors would struggle with a prolific...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors continue to stay hot, beat Fresno State 2-1

The Matadors made it four wins in a row after beating Fresno State, 2-1. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin September 5, 2015

A prolific first half from sophomore forward Cynthia Sanchez powers the Matadors (4-1) past the Fresno State Bulldogs (0-5), 2-1, giving them their fourth straight victory.Much of the Matadors success...

Men’s Soccer: Matadors fall short of the upset against no. 3 Creighton

The Matadors couldn't sustain an early lead, losing to the Creighton Blue Jays 2-1. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin September 5, 2015

The Matadors could not sustain any momentum on the road as they lost to the no. 3 nationally ranked Creighton Blue Jays 1-2.Early on, things looked bright for the Matadors, as sophomore forward Steven...

CSUN women’s volleyball vacates 18 wins from the 2014 season

Senior Casey Hinger heads to the net with UC Davis' Katie Quinn to win the ball in Friday night's game. 18 of their 19 wins in the 2014 season were vacated. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin September 3, 2015

Eighteen of 19 wins have been vacated from the CSUN women's volleyball 2014 season because of an eligibility violation Big West and NCAA enforcement found CSUN used one athlete who was ineligible to...

CSUN men’s basketball adds Reggie Theus’ son

Reggie Theus' son has transferred to CSUN Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin September 2, 2015

Reggie Theus Jr., son of CSUN head basketball coach Reggie Theus, has transferred to CSUN. Theus Jr. spent last year at the University of South Carolina, after graduating from Fairfax High School in 2013,...

Review: Fool’s Gold 2015 provides flame, special guests at the Shrine Auditorium

This year's Fool's Gold brought another backyard, BBQ vibe to a seasoned crowd. Photo credit: Martin Sarabia/Contributor.
Julius Lasin September 2, 2015

As A-Trak—founder of Fool’s Gold Records and master of ceremonies at Fool’s Gold Day Off—geared up for his DJ set, he stood on stage as the thousands in attendance chanted, “Foooooool’s Gold,...

Non-conference schedule released for CSUN basketball programs

Although the men's and women's basketball programs are going through significant changes, they face tough challenges in their non-conference games this season. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin August 27, 2015

The CSUN men's and women's basketball programs now know who they will face outside of conference play this season.The Matadors will begin the season in an exhibition against California State University,...

The week ahead in Matador sports

CSUN sports are back in gear this week with several games and meets. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin August 26, 2015

This week has not only signaled the start of the school year, but it also means that CSUN sports teams are back in action as well! This week's slate of games feature games from women's volleyball, men's...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors offense comes alive in home opener against Portland State

The Matadors' offense was a well-oiled machine in their rout of Portland State Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin August 24, 2015

Following a heartbreaking defeat in the season opener against Pepperdine, the CSUN women's soccer team (1-1) rebounded in their home opener, defeating the Portland State Vikings (0-2) 3-0. For the better...

A-Trak, Travi$ Scott returns for Fool’s Gold Day Off in Los Angeles

Fool's Gold Records presents its fifth annual Day Off in Los Angeles on August 29th. Photo courtesy of Foolsgoldrecs.com
Julius Lasin August 9, 2015

For the fifth summer in a row, Fool’s Gold Records returns with its set of festivals known as “Fool’s Gold Day Off,” which span from coast to coast. The Los Angeles edition of the festival is set...

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