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Matadors blown out by Fresno State, 68-29

Michael Harrington

December 10, 2008

The Cal State Northridge women's basketball team entered Tuesday night with confidence. The Matadors heads were held high coming off of their best offensive effort all season. Now, all that's in their minds is their worst offensive performance in nearly 34 years. The Matadors (1-8) were defeated by the ...

Matadors hit the road again, take on Bulldogs

Michael Harrington

December 9, 2008

The Cal State Northridge women's basketball team came home Sunday night for the first time in 15 days and picked up its first win of the year, defeating San Jose State 69-63. It must feel good to be home. But now it's time to hit the road again and not return home for another 15 days. The Matadors don't h...

Back home and still looking for win No. 1

Michael Harrington

December 4, 2008

A third of the way. That's how close the Cal State Northridge women's basketball team is to matching its season-opening 21-game losing streak from last season. Standing at 0-7, the Matadors haven't quite performed as well as they thought they could at the start of the season. The team chemistry they rave...

Matadors sink deep at UCLA

Michael Harrington

December 2, 2008

Just four days before, it looked the Cal State Northridge women's basketball team was coming together. It looked like the Matadors would win their first game of the year. They led midway through the second half, but eventually fell 73-65 to Jackson State on Nov. 26. It was the slimmest margin of defeat...

Seawolves crush CSUN

Michael Harrington

November 26, 2008

The Cal State Northridge women's basketball team's offense came out very similar to the weather in Alaska Tuesday night. Cold. Very cold. In the first game of the Great Alaska Shootout, the Matadors (0-5) were dismantled by Alaska-Anchorage 72-44 at Sullivan Arena. Seawolf senior Nicci Miller led all sc...

Northridge stops at UCLA after Thanksgiving

Michael Harrington

November 26, 2008

The Cal State Northridge women's basketball team will wrap up its trip to Alaska tonight and then head back to California for Thanksgiving. Will the Matadors be thankful for their first win of the year? That is yet to be seen. However, after the holiday is over and the turkey is all gone, it's back to...

Northridge looking to go north

Michael Harrington

November 25, 2008

After failing to pick up a win at home, the Cal State Northridge women's basketball team (0-4) will head out on the road again. The Matadors' stop will be Alaska, where they will participate in the Great Alaska Shootout with back-to-back games Tuesday and Wednesday. Joining Northridge in the four-team...

Women’s basketball drops another one

Michael Harrington

November 24, 2008

While the free-throw attempts were more evenly matched this game, it was raining threes on the Matadors. The Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners knocked down eight three pointers en route to their 74-59 victory over the Cal State Northridge women's basketball team Saturday afternoon at The Matadome. Bakersfield s...

Northridge falls to Toreros

Michael Harrington

November 20, 2008

Coming into Wednesday's game, the Matadors knew that the Toreros offense was powered by one single player. With that in mind they still had trouble stopping her. To top it off, this time she had some help. San Diego seniors Amber Sprague and Kiva Herman each scored 20 points to lead the Toreros to a 64-5...

Matadors looking to tame Toreros

Michael Harrington

November 19, 2008

After a two-game trip to Texas in which they lost both contests, the Matadors return home looking to get into the win column for the first time this year. Visiting The Matadome will be the University of San Diego Toreros. So far this year, the Toreros have been a one-woman wrecking crew. Senior center Am...

Not a good road start

Michael Harrington

November 18, 2008

The Matadors couldn't wait to get out of Texas. For the second straight game in the Lone Star State, Cal State Northridge was defeated by a margin of at least 20 points and in a very similar manner. The Matadors (0-2) were defeated by the Prairie View A'amp;M Lady Panthers (1-1) 78-58 Sunday afternoon...

Women’s basketball drop opener

Michael Harrington

November 17, 2008

The Matadors picked up right where they left off last season. Unfortunately. The Cal State Northridge women's basketball team was defeated handily in its season opener, losing 76-55 to the Rice University Owls in Houston on Friday night. 'The game was very challenging,' said Matador Head Coach Staci...

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