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Northridge loses on the road to Arizona State

Michael Harrington

September 22, 2008

Without senior Kristal Phillips, who is tied for the team lead in total points, the Matadors knew they had to continue to get balance offensively. Unfortunately for Northridge, they couldn't muster up much offense at all. The Matadors' offense struggled to even get attempts at the net, and in turn lost...

Northridge goes for No. 100

Michael Harrington

September 18, 2008

The CSUN women's soccer team (5-1-0) is one win away from No. 100 and will cross the state-line into Arizona this weekend to try to get it. 'It's very exciting,' said Head Coach Keith West about the milestone. 'The girls have just been focused on doing what they do best. I've just been steering the ship....

Northridge wins again

Michael Harrington

September 16, 2008

It didn't take long for the CSUN women's soccer team to rebound from their first loss of the season. After losing 1-0 to No. 20 California on Friday, the Matadors (5-1-0) defeated Saint Mary's (4-3-0) on Sunday 2-1 in the last game of the Saint Mary's Fall Soccer Classic. CSUN won the match on a late...

Perfect no more

Michael Harrington

September 15, 2008

The Matador's suffered their first defeat of the year on Friday with a 1-0 overtime loss to the No. 20 California Golden Bears in the first match of the Saint Mary's Fall Classic in Moraga. Cal junior Katie Oakes put in the game's only goal in the 97th minute. 'Despite the outcome, I think we played...

Matadors look to stay perfect on road

Michael Harrington

September 11, 2008

Off to the best start in their program's history, the Matadors (4-0-0) will head to Northern California for two games this weekend as they participate in the Saint Mary's Fall Classic in Moraga. Winning is always tougher on the road, so the coaching staff knows that the team must keep working and impro...

Solicitors should mind their manners

Michael Harrington

September 9, 2008

As a sea of CSUN students walk under Sierra Tower and through Sierra Quad, solicitors try to catch their attention. Some of the targeted students stop to see what is being offered, but most of them continue on their way while claiming they are late for class, or that they have to go to work. Others ke...

Still Perfect: Women’s soccer keeps racking up wins

Michael Harrington

September 8, 2008

The Matadors extended their season-opening winning streak to four games as they defeated the University of Las Vegas, Nevada (UNLV) 2-1 on Friday at Matador Soccer Field. 'We've just been more focused on our game plan,' said Head Coach Keith West in regards to their hot 4-0-0 start. 'The result of that...

Perfect Matadors in danger at home

Michael Harrington

September 4, 2008

The CSUN women's soccer team is off to the best start in school's history, coming out on top of all of this season's three games. 'We're a little more balanced this year,' said head coach Keith West. 'We're more mature and we have better chemistry.' The Matadors will be looking for their fourth w...

Matadors win on the road, stay undefeated

Michael Harrington

September 3, 2008

After the first three games to start last season, the Cal State Northridge Matadors hadn't gotten a single victory and only scored one goal. In 2008 however, things have changed drastically. In their first road game of the season, the Matadors (3-0-0) defeated the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners 2-...

Matadors have scoring party against Southern Utah

Michael Harrington

September 2, 2008

For the second straight game, the Matador's fell behind in the opening half. And for the second straight game, they came back. The Matadors put up some scoring on the board, getting goals from five different players to defeat the Southern Utah Thunderbirds 5-2 at Matador Soccer Field on Friday. Th...

CSUN soccer seeks winning weekend

Michael Harrington

August 28, 2008

After a full week off following their 2-1 opening day overtime victory against the San Diego State Aztecs, the CSUN women's soccer team will play two games in three days this weekend. The Matadors (1-0-0) will continue their season at home on Friday morning when they take the field against Southern Utah ...

Women beat Aztecs in overtime thriller

Michael Harrington

August 26, 2008

Cal State Northridge senior captain Nalena Betancourt scored the game-winning goal with 4:34 left in the second sudden-death overtime period to give the Matadors a 2-1 opening day victory over the San Diego State Aztecs on Friday at Matador Soccer Field. The goal came off a Northridge corner kick and ...

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