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Matadors finally get 100th win

Michael Harrington

October 20, 2008

As a program that has been around for 14 long years, the Cal State Northridge Matadors were lifted to a milestone by a pair of newcomers. Freshmen Nancy Avesyan and Brielle Slepicoff each scored a goal for the Matadors as they defeated the UC Davis Aggies 2-0 Friday at Matador Soccer Field, giving No...

Still looking for No. 100, but at home

Michael Harrington

October 16, 2008

The Matadors return to Northridge this weekend to kick off the home portion of their Big West Conference season. They dropped their first two conference games last week, losing 3-0 to UCSB, and 1-0 to Cal Poly in a last-second heartbreaker. Visiting Matador Soccer Field will be UC Davis and Pacific Fr...

Northridge loses Big West Conference-opener to UCSB

Michael Harrington

October 13, 2008

After just 54 seconds, UC Santa Barbara took control and never looked back. The Cal State Northridge Matadors lost their Big West Conference season opener 3-0 to the Gauchos Friday in Santa Barbara. The loss, CSUN's third straight, marked the first time this season that the team dropped under .500. UC ...

Five seconds

Michael Harrington

October 13, 2008

The road woes continue for CSUN. The Matadors (5-7-1, 0-2-0 Big West) lost their sixth straight road game and fourth overall when they fell 1-0 to the Cal Poly Mustangs (8-6-0, 3-0-0) Sunday afternoon. Cal Poly sophomore Monica Hemenez scored the lone goal with just five seconds left in regulation. I...

Matadors begin Big West play on the road

Michael Harrington

October 9, 2008

The Matadors have finished up the non-conference portion of their schedule and will begin Big West Conference action this weekend with two road games. On Friday they will travel up the coast to Santa Barbara to battle the Gauchos, and Sunday, they will visit San Luis Obispo to take on the Cal Poly Mu...

Dodgers > Angels

Michael Harrington

October 8, 2008

All season long, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have been looked at as the premiere team in baseball. They've had everything you could possibly want out of a club: good hitting, quality pitching, effective base-running, and team chemistry. They finished the season with a league-best 100 wins and a ...

Matadors fight, but drop close one to USC

Michael Harrington

October 7, 2008

In their final tune-up before Big West Conference action, the Matadors (5-5-1) fell 2-1 to the No. 5 USC Trojans (10-1-0) Sunday afternoon at McAlister Field. The Trojans were aggressive early in the game and scored the first two goals before the Matadors got on the board. Northridge fell short for the s...

Matadors lose heartbreaker

Michael Harrington

October 6, 2008

What looked to be CSUN's second straight overtime game turned into a heartbreaking loss. With just 24 seconds remaining in the match, sophomore Lily Sorentino scored for the Loyola Marymount Lions to give them a 1-0 victory over the Matadors Friday. Northridge goalkeeper Leah Elliot ran out to defen...

MLB Playoffs: Boston Red Sox vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Michael Harrington

October 1, 2008

The Los Angeles Angels have been the best team in baseball all season long. They're the most balanced, they play hard, and are very aggressive on the bases. They will take their Major League-best 100 wins into the American League Division Series against the defending World Series Champion, the Boston Re...

Dons tie Northridge at the end

Michael Harrington

September 30, 2008

' The celebration of win No. 100 is still on hold. After taking an early lead, the Cal State Northridge Matadors (5-3-1) gave up a late goal to the University of San Francisco Dons (4-5-2) forcing the game to end in a 1-1 tie Sunday. The number of wins in school history remains 99. 'It's disheartening,...

Searching for No. 100 at home

Michael Harrington

September 25, 2008

They're back. After four games in a row on the road, which stretched from Northern California all the way into the Arizona desert, the Matadors (5-3-0) return back home to host the University of San Francisco Dons (4-4-1) on Sunday at Matador Soccer Field. San Francisco leads the all-time series 3-2-1, wi...

CSUN loses to Arizona in double-overtime

Michael Harrington

September 23, 2008

The Matadors (5-3-0) jumped out to a first half lead, but couldn't hold on as they fell to the Wildcats 2-1 in double-overtime Sunday in Arizona. Arizona (6-2-0) came out aggressive as they took six shots within the first 30 minutes of action, but were unable to get any past CSUN goalkeeper Leah Elli...

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