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Senior tandem look to close out legacy

Tre Hale-Edmerson and Landon Drew leads a fresh squad alongside new senior Olalekan Ayaji

Tessa Boagni ready for an increased role this season

Only in her second year, sophomore forward Tessa Boagni returns to lead not only a revamped front court but a new team

Men’s Basketball: Investigation yet to produce a resolution

With an ongoing investigation still looming over the Matadors men's basketball program, they look to move forward from the issue. In what was a tumultuous...

Men’s Soccer: CSUN gets shutout 4-0 in exhibition game over the...

In what was a run-of-the-mill exhibition game, the matadors got all they could handle and more in their their 4-0 loss to the lions.

Big West joins other western conferences in men’s basketball officiating

The Big West Conference has combined with four other conferences to expand basketball officiating.

Men’s Basketball: CSUN names three new hires

The matadors have hired a Director of Basketball Operations, assistant coach, and team coordinator for the 2015-2016 season.

Women’s Basketball: Tessa Boagni earns spot on New Zealand National team

Sophomore forward/center now joins her mother and older sister as members of the Tall Ferns.

BFF’s: Basketball Friends Forever

NBA free agency has proven one thing. Friends don't let friends play on teams that leave them all alone.

Women’s Tennis: Eight CSUN players earn All-Academic ITA Honors

Academic accolades keep adding up for the Matador women's tennis team.

NFL players should take the money and run

The short life-span of National Football League players suggests the simplest of rules, get everything you can before they replace you for cheap.

Women’s Basketball: Tessa Boagni heads home for New Zealand National Team...

The New Zealand native is following in her families athletic lineage by trying out for her home countries National team.

U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team blazes their own trail with third...

With a historic performance by the U.S. Women's National team, the next step is to recognize how they changed America's and the world's view about women's soccer.
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