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‘Love and Basketball’ shows CSUN no mercy

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November 16, 2005

The CSUN Matador women's basketball team faced a tall order Monday night as its opponent, "Love and Basketball," an Amateur Athletic Union team named after the 2000 movie composed of former collegiate standouts (many of whom played at USC), featuring seven players standing over six feet tall. CSUN w...

An evening of chamber music from baroque to jazz

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November 15, 2005

After the house lights dimmed and the eager applause of the audience subsided, there was a brief yet wonderful moment of anticipatory silence, and then the music began. From the dignified, elegant strains of the opening baroque sonata to the final notes of the jazz standard, "Ain't Misbehavin," Nov. 9...

Women’s volleyball loses final home game to UCSB

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November 15, 2005

The CSUN Matador women's volleyball team closed out its 2005 home schedule on a sour note, as the team was swept by the Big West-leading UC Santa Barbara Gauchos at the Matadome by scores of 30-23, 30-21 and 30-17. Kayla Wright had 19 digs and Jamie Crawford had 12 assists, but CSUN only hit .019 as a ...

Efevberha’s 30 leads Matadors past Toros

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November 15, 2005

The CSUN men's basketball team, led by junior Mike Efevberha's 30 points, beat the CSU Dominguez Hills Toros 96-73 in CSUN's final exhibition game Nov. 11 in front of 1,333 people on Wells Fargo Court at the Matadome. Efevberha was 10 of 16 from the field, including 7-7 from the free throw line and two...

CSUN men, women’s golf rally to top-10 finish

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November 14, 2005

After the final rounds of competition, the CSUN men and women's golf teams each managed to place in the top 10. The men's team hosted the 2005 Bill Cullum Invitational, which was held in Simi Valley, and tied for 10th place in the first two rounds. The Matador Black Team moved up by tying for sixth ...

McCaa scores 23, CSUN schools The Masters

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November 10, 2005

The Matador women's basketball team outplayed the Mustangs Tuesday night, winning its exhibition opener over The Master's College 91-70 at the Matadome Nov. 8.. "I thought it was a good start," said head coach Staci Schulz. "It took us a while. I think we had butterflies in our stomach and we had to make ...

CSUN women’s volleyball hosts Big West-leading Gauchos

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November 10, 2005

The CSUN Matador women's volleyball team closes out its home schedule on Saturday night, and it will do so against the top team in the Big West Conference, the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos. Santa Barbara has a record of 15-8, 10-2 in the Big West heading into its match against Pacific tonight. Jamie Sand...

Matadors host Toros in final preseason game

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November 10, 2005

Fresh off a 90-75 victory over the CSULA Golden Eagles, the Matador men's basketball team will play the CSU Dominguez Hills Toros in their final preseason game Nov. 11 at 7:05 p.m. at the Matadome. The Matadors first game, a 15-point preaseason victory, was led by junior Mike Efevberha's 28 points, j...

CSUN nears Big West title

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November 9, 2005

The CSUN men's soccer team heads into tonight's match against the UC Irvine Anteaters at Anteater Stadium with a chance to clinch its second Big West Conference title in three years. The Matadors enter the final week of the regular season with a record of 13-2-3, 8-0-1 in Big West play. CSUN clinched...

Women’s volleyball team drops two

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November 9, 2005

The CSUN women's volleyball team did its best to break a three-match losing slump against UC Davis and Fresno State, but came up short on both occasions last weekend. Despite freshman outside hitter Harmony Burdine's 12 kills and 18 digs against UC Davis, and a career-best 26 kills against Fresno Stat...

Getting a job takes more than a bachelor’s degree

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November 9, 2005

Is getting a job a sure thing with a college degree? Most believe the answer to this question is "yes," otherwise, why would we all be attending a university? But, one must always be prepared. Although, having a college degree could increase your chances for job opportunities in the future, it does...

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