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

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

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 scoring both goals for the Matadors against Fresno State on Sept. 4.She then followed that up by setti...

Skajem tees off in a familiar place in CSUN

Skajem tees off in a familiar place in CSUN

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 comfort around the laid-back and warm environment at CSUN is not only due to his ability...

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

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

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 Mavericks' offense, as they allowed the Mavericks to have six shots in the first 38 minutes, as oppose...

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

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

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 on the day was due to the fact that they set the tone early, not shying away from being the aggressor...

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

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

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 Manios found the back of the net in the second minute. Despite immediately scoring a goal, the Mata...

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

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

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 play during that season. The violation was confirmed by Amy Millstone, the associate athletic director...

CSUN men’s basketball adds Reggie Theus’ son

CSUN men’s basketball adds Reggie Theus’ son

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, where he averaged 18 points per game. His father last coached him in AAU basketball in Southern...

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

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

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, Foooooool’s Gold!” And although the event was billed as a show comprised of some of an eclectic...

Non-conference schedule released for CSUN basketball programs

Non-conference schedule released for CSUN basketball programs

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, Los Angeles on Nov. 5 at the Matadome, but they will officially start their season on Nov. 13 agains...

The week ahead in Matador sports

The week ahead in Matador sports

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 soccer and women's soccer.August 27Men's Soccer vs. Cal Poly Pomona (Matador Field, 7 p.m.)August 28Wom...

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

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

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 part of the first half, the Matadors resembled the team that started their first two games with...

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

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

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 to take place on Aug. 29, with headliners Action Bronson, Travi$ Scott and A-Trak set to hit the...

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