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J&J’s Top 5: NBA Young Players

J&J’s Top 5: NBA Young Players

Julius Lasin

March 4, 2015

Jordan’s Top 5 Young Players: Starters: 1. Michael Carter-Williams: I’m glad Julius and I waited to finish this list because Carter-Williams is now the solidified point guard on my list. The trade which sent him from the Philadelphia 76ers to the Milwaukee Bucks will only further his growth. He has the size, length and basketball IQ to become a matchup nightmare in Jason Ki...

Men’s Basketball: CSUN edges UC Riverside, clinches playoff in Senior Night

Julius Lasin

March 1, 2015

The Matadors (9-22, 4-11 Big West) made it two wins in a row, and more importantly, clinched a berth in the Big West tournament with a victory over the UC Riverside Highlanders (14-14, 7-7 Big West) on senior night at the Matadome. After mustering only 62 points and losing to the Highlanders the first...

Men’s Basketball: Matadors look to clinch Big West berth on Senior Night

Men’s Basketball: Matadors look to clinch Big West berth on Senior Night

Julius Lasin

February 28, 2015

Following their first conference victory in their last 10 tries, the Matadors (8-22, 3-11 Big West) will look to keep the momentum going and clinch a spot in the Big West tournament with a win over UC Riverside on Saturday in the Matadome. “The fact that we’re still not mathe...

Arts Council for CSUN partners with Matadors Community Credit Union for unique award

Julius Lasin

February 27, 2015

Select students in the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communication will now have the opportunity to make their artistic dreams a reality with a new award sponsored by the Arts Council for CSUN and the Matadors Community Credit Union. The award, named the 2015 Matadors Community Credit Union...

Men’s Basketball: Senior leadership saves the season, CSUN surges pass Cal State Fullerton

Men’s Basketball: Senior leadership saves the season, CSUN surges pass Cal State Fullerton

Julius Lasin

February 27, 2015

The Matadors are finally beginning to resemble a team that deserves to play in the Big West tournament after spending the brunt of the season barely holding onto the final qualifying spot for the tournament. CSUN (8-22, 3-11 Big West) was able to get their first conference win since mid-J...

Men’s Basketball: Season on the line against the Titans

Men’s Basketball: Season on the line against the Titans

Julius Lasin

February 26, 2015

With three games left in the regular season, the struggling Matadors (7-22, 2-11 Big West) are looking to exponentially increase the likelihood that they qualify for the Big West tournament with a win over the Cal State Fullerton Titans (9-18, 1-11 Big West); however, a loss will cripple CSUN’s chances...

Watch: Techfest Tuesday

Watch: Techfest Tuesday

Julius Lasin

February 26, 2015

On Wednesday Feb. 25, CSUN held Techfest, an event where STEM majors were able to communicate with potential employers and professionals in their job field. Sarah Le Long, the event coordinator at Techfest, and students talk about the event's benefits and importance.  

Men’s Basketball: Let them play

Men’s Basketball: Let them play

Julius Lasin

February 25, 2015

As the buzzer sounded in the Matadome following a home loss against UC Santa Barbara (their eighth straight overall), several starters walked off of the floor shaking their heads and shrugging their shoulders. Even though the disappointment could be seen on the faces of those who played, it was the...

Men’s Basketball: CSUN dominated on rebounds, lose to UC Irvine 67-59

Men’s Basketball: CSUN dominated on rebounds, lose to UC Irvine 67-59

Julius Lasin

February 22, 2015

The Matadors’ (7-22, 2-11 Big West) inability to snag rebounds and contain the UC Irvine Anteaters’ (16-10, 9-3 Big West) 3-point shooting early doomed them as they lost 67-58. After getting blown out in the first game against the Anteaters, the Matadors came out looking to prove a point, jumping...

Men’s Basketball: CSUN face UC Irvine in Big West rematch

Men’s Basketball: CSUN face UC Irvine in Big West rematch

Julius Lasin

February 20, 2015

On Saturday the Matadors will travel to the Bren Events Center to face off against the first-place UC Irvine Anteaters. The last time these two teams met, the Matadors were trounced 80-49 at the Matadome. Like in most of their games this season, CSUN was plagued by the lack of depth as they were forced...

A salute to legendary basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian

A salute to legendary basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian

Julius Lasin

February 18, 2015

Legendary University of Nevada, Las Vegas coach Jerry Tarkanian, died Wednesday Feb. 11 after battling mounting health issues recent years.   Tarkanian was initially taken to the hospital on Feb.9 as a result of low blood pressure and an infection.   He is widely recognized as the...

Men’s Basketball: Reserves shine, CSUN outclass Bethesda

Men’s Basketball: Reserves shine, CSUN outclass Bethesda

Julius Lasin

February 18, 2015

After a team loses eight straight games, a win against anybody is welcome, even if it comes against a team that plays in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA). “Coming off what we’ve been going through this whole season, I feel like this was a really good game for us to kind...

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