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Men’s Soccer: Nine players to join CSUN for 2015 season

The matadors have reloaded with nine additions to their roster for the 2015-2016 season

2016 CSUN Matador Hall of Fame nominations now being accepted

Nominations for potential inductees into the 2016 Matador Hall of Fame will be accepted until Sep. 1, 2015.

Women’s Basketball: CSUN adds Australian transfer Jordan Smith

Women's head basketball coach Jason Flowers adds another international player in forward Jordan Smith.

Baseball: CSUN’s season ends on senior day in 5-1 loss to...

Despite an offensive surge in a 9-4 victory on Friday, the Matadors couldn't close out their season against the Anteaters.

Departing seniors reflect on their careers and beyond

Members of the men's and women's basketball teams give a retrospective analysis of their time at CSUN.

Softball: CSUN will rematch No. 7 UCLA in NCAA Regionals first...

The 2015 Big West Conference Champions will seek to avenge an extra-inning loss against the UCLA Bruins in the Los Angeles Regionals.

4th & Forever: NFL Draft recap, way too early picks and...

The gang gets back together one last time this semester for a look back at the NFL draft an a look forward to NFL season and beyond.

On the Clock: NFL Draft Day Predictions

As the draft looms near today, it's time to make sense of my picks and the latest news surrounding the 2015 NFL draft.

Softball: Savannah Horvath named USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week

Freshman second baseman's performance against Long Beach State earned her player of the week honors.

Women’s Water Polo: CSUN eliminated from Big West with 6-5 loss...

The No. 2 Matadors mised out on an opportunity to go the Big West Championship with bitter defeat at the hands of the No. 3 Rainbow Wahine..

Softball: CSUN pitcher Zoe Conley’s stellar play has earned her a...

With dominant play all season, freshman phenom Zoe Conley has earned recognition from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.

Infamous soul singer Percy Sledge, died at 73 years-old

Known for his record-breaking song, "When a man loves a woman"," Percy Sledge died of natural causes at a hospice care center in Baton Rouge, LA.
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