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A local kid’s dream to make it to the big leagues

csun player practices before game

Tomas Rodriguez

May 7, 2017

CSUN baseball's Albee Weiss has spent the past three years working as hard as he can to reach the mission he set out with his father years ago. “My dad and I had a very common dream from the time I was a little kid, we always talked about me becoming a professional baseball player,” Weiss said....

Myer’s career day aided by high powering offense

samuel myers pitches in the game against uc riverside

Tomas Rodriguez

April 24, 2017

CSUN baseball's Samuel Meyers went prepared to Sunday's series finale against U.C. Riverside (UCR). The senior had come off a six-inning performance at No.17 ranked Long Beach State, allowing just two earned runs. He carried his performance back home and had a career game against the Highlanders. ...

Latin American indie music artists to headline VPAC

Lila Downs accepts her Grammy for best regional Mexican music album during the 55th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday, February 10, 2013. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Tomas Rodriguez

April 17, 2017

A pair of Latin Grammy winners will headline the Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) with music from Latin America.Colombian band Monsieur Periné will join Mexican singer Lila Downs for the performance. Both groups share a similar melody in their music. They like to mix jazz and blues with sals...

Matadors unable to deliver clutch hit

csun pitcher prepares to throw the ball

Tomas Rodriguez

March 20, 2017

Drake Atlee and the Matadors’ bullpen held Saint Mary’s to just two runs, but the offense was not able to capitalize with runners in scoring position. Saint Mary’s got on the board in the first inning. Joey Fiske hit a leadoff single and stole second base. He advanced to third, and score...

Matadors split doubleheader against Towson

Starting pitcher Tei Vandeford took the loss in the second game in the Matador’s doubleheader against Towson.  Photo Credit: Tomas Rodriguez/The Sundial

Tomas Rodriguez

February 26, 2017

The Matadors committed a total of seven errors on the day. While it did not hurt the team’s chances in the first game, their errors caught up to them in the second game and ended up costing them a late inning lead, ultimately leading to a loss against Towson Tigers. “It’s not important to tie...

Matadors’ second half proves no match for the Gauchos

CSUN basketball players pictured

Tomas Rodriguez

February 12, 2017

The Matadors' high scoring offense continued to do what they have done all season long in Big West play, by beating the Gauchos 77-55. With a minute left in regulation and the Matadors leading by 19, senior guard Aaron Parks was not done yet. Off a pick he rushed toward the paint, splitting through...

Falcons imitate the Warriors and Indians following epic choke

Indians' player hits the ball and breaks into a run

Tomas Rodriguez

February 9, 2017

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots deserve a lot of credit for their historic comeback in Super Bowl LI, but the Atlanta Falcons' collapse is perhaps the biggest in history following similar endings in the NBA and MLB finals. Just like the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Indians, the Atlanta Fal...

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