The men's volleyball team looks to follow up on its perfect five-game homestand by taking it to Pepperdine at the Firestone Fieldhouse Wednesday night. The Waves are the No. 1 team in the nation. The Matadors are ranked fourth.
The Matadors swept Pacific 3-0 on Thursday, but couldn't do the same with Stanford, defeating the Cardinal 3-1. It was the first set lost at home this season for CSUN (11-2, 8-2 MPSF).
The CSUN men's volleyball team won its third straight game Friday, against non-conference rival Cal Baptist. The 3-0 win makes the Matadors a perfect 12-0 in sets played at the Matadome this season.
Get to know a little more about CSUN men's volleyball team player, senior' Eric Vance.
Wins over two top-15 teams last week has the No. 4 Matadors men's volleyball team back on track this week as they prepare to face non-conference opponent Cal Baptist at the Matadome Friday. The Lancers, a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division team from Riverside, comes into the match as the top-ranked team in this week's NAIA national rankings.
Going into this past weekend's matches against No. 7 Long Beach State and No. 15 UC San Diego having lost two consecutive matches in Hawaii, some of the Matador players felt they needed to prove they were still an elite team.
After losing two straight games in Hawaii last week and dropping two spots in the national rankings.
After starting the season 6-0, the CSUN men's volleyball team dropped back-to-back games at Hawaii on Friday and Saturday respectively
After having players like Bruce Bowen of the Spurs and Yi Jianlian of the Nets almost selected by the fans to start, it's clear that the whole process needs some tweaking.
The No. 2 CSUN men's volleyball team travels to Hawaii to battle the Warriors (1-6). The Matadors have dropped their last five at Hawaii.
The No. 2 ranked Matadors continued their dominating play Friday night sweeping No. 10 UC Santa Barbara, 3-0, in their home opener