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CSUN women’s basketball: Thomson’s soccer skills beneficial

Michael Johnson December 8, 2010

Move over Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol there is a new defender in town. Her name is Amanda Thomson from the CSUN women’s basketball team. There is no coincidence that two of the best defensive players...

Five compelling stories are reasons to watch NBA

Michael Johnson November 2, 2010

The NBA has five intriguing story lines, and each one will continue to grow as the season heads into June. 1. The Los Angeles Lakers The Lakers are important to watch simply because they are always...

UCLA stops talking and finally comes out to play

Michael Johnson September 28, 2010

For the first time in three years, UCLA decided to just be quiet and play football. Throughout the whole Rick Neuheisel era, he has been talking a big game but not really backing it up. This past...

Future Trojans pay for Reggie’s mess

Michael Johnson September 22, 2010

Reggie Bush and Pete Carroll took tremendous blows to their reputations because of the penalties handed down to USC, due to Bush’s acceptance of illegal benefits. Bush and Carroll have it easy, and...

Mayweather making a serious case for G.O.A.T.

Michael Johnson May 4, 2010

If you love or hate Floyd “Pretty Boy” Mayweather’s cocky attitude, he has to be considered one of the greatest fighters of all time with an undefeated record of 41-0 with 25 KO’s. So, for...

Appealing NBA Finals could be looming

Michael Johnson April 20, 2010

Every year 16 teams start the playoffs with one goal in mind and that is to get their hands on the Larry O’ Brian NBA Finals trophy. The field this postseason is stacked with potential finals matchups...

It’s the most wonderful time of the year

Michael Johnson March 17, 2010

It is the time of the year, when Cinderella stories can come true and college students and alumni gather to cheer their college basketball teams on. This time of the year is called March Madness. Whether...

CSUN cuts ties with women’s basketball head coach Staci Schulz

Michael Johnson March 14, 2010

After another poor season, head coach Staci Schulz will not return next year, after the program decided to go in another direction on Friday. In her five seasons at CSUN, Schulz’s overall record...

CSUN women’s basketball: Unfortunate outcome for Thompson on senior night

Michael Johnson February 28, 2010

It was an emotional night for the Matador women, as they watched Katrina Thompson play her last game at the Matadome, Saturday afternoon on senior night. Unfortunately, UC Irvine put a dent in Thompson’s...

Cal Poly pounds CSUN 100-78 in Big West play

Michael Johnson February 21, 2010

Going into Saturday night’s contest against Cal Poly, the Cal State Northridge women’s basketball team (4-20, 2-10 BWC) was giving up 72.1 points per game. The Matadors arguably had their worst...

CSUN women’s basketball faces tough task against first place Cal Poly

Michael Johnson February 20, 2010

The Cal State Northridge women’s basketball team (4-18, 2-9 Big West) is tied with Pacific for the eighth and final spot to get into the Big West Tournament. However, in order to keep pace with the Tigers,...

CSUN tries to get their first winning streak of the year

Michael Johnson February 15, 2010

The Cal State Northridge women’s basketball team (4-18, 2-9 Big West) has a chance to win two games in a row for the first time this season. On Saturday the Matadors snapped their six-game losing streak,...

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