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CSUN brings the heat to UCSD

CSUN player hits the ball

Tera Trujillo

March 2, 2017

The Matadors men's volleyball won 25-21 during the fourth set last night against UC San Diego Tritons.It was a night filled with high-scoring numbers from junior Arvis Greene, with 24 points and a hitting percent of .410. Sophomore Dimitar Kalchev had 19 points and a hitting percent of .333. Sophomore...

CSUN ice hockey falls in first round at regionals

CSUN player takes a shot at the goal

Solomon Ladvienka

March 1, 2017

No. 10 Matadors ice hockey team earned a bid in this year’s West Regional Tournament in a win-or-go-home elimination tournament and was eliminated by No. 11 Metro State University, Denver Roadrunners. Riding the only three game losing skid all season, the 25-8-0-1 Matadors were looking to rega...

Matador baseball field is getting a makeover

CSUN baseball field plans are illustrated

Mercedes Mayers

February 28, 2017

On Feb. 08, the athletic department put out a press release about the plans for the newly remodeled baseball stadium for CSUN, which will cost about $15 million to build.The press release goes into detail describing that state funds will not be used to complete the baseball stadium renovation. There was...

CSUN softball has strong games at Libby Mason Classic

FILE PHOTO - CSUN softball struggled to muster any offense against UCLA on Wednesday, April 13, 2016. (Kelly Rosales / The Sundial)

Nate Graham

February 26, 2017

The Matadors participated in the Libby Mason Classic in Stockton, Calif., this weekend and looked to get their season back on track. CSUN softball won their doubleheader on Saturday due to a string of strong pitching performances. In the first game, Northridge ace Daphne Pofek started against junior T...

UCLA spoils CSUN Hockey Kings Cup repeat

Player hits the puck

Solomon Ladvienka

February 20, 2017

In the first ever Los Angeles Kings College Cup, CSUN was victorious over Loyola Marymount University last season and looked to repeat as champions Thursday night against UCLA. As defending LA Kings College Cup Champions, CSUN earned a spot in the Championship game at the Staples Center by defeating Ch...

CSUN splits with Portland in doubleheader

CSUN pitcher throws the ball

Nate Graham

February 19, 2017

  After a 6-0 win on Saturday, CSUN baseball came out hopeful to take the series against Portland in their doubleheader Sunday morning. With a shutout under their belt, the team came out ready. But in the first game of the doubleheader, the Matadors went into extra innings. The Matadors came out on to...

Baseball shuts out Portland 6-0 in season opener

CSUN pitcher pitches the ball

Jose Ocampo

February 19, 2017

Thanks to five runs in the sixth inning and a great outing by junior starting pitcher Andrew Weston, the CSUN baseball team opened up the season with a 6-0 win over the Portland State Pilots. In his first game for CSUN, Junior Kevin Riley lead the Matadors offense with a home run, two doubles and three...

Starting shortstop Fred Smith looks forward to upcoming season

Fred Smith practicing his new position at shortstop a few days before the home opener. Photo Credit: Brianna Rendon/The Sundial

Nate Graham

February 16, 2017

Fifteen feet may not seem like a big deal to most, but the transition from one position to another is almost a whole new game. Fred Smith is currently moving from second base to shortstop. He led the team in hits (75), batting average (.314), and came in second in runs scored (34), and total bases...

Crime blotter January 23 – 29

crime blotter

Anthony Martinez

January 30, 2017

Wednesday, Jan. 25 It was reported that a secured bicycle was stolen from the dorms over the winter break. A bicycle was stolen from the University Village during the winter break. The bike was left unsecured in a storage area. It was reported that a resident of the dorms was referred for disciplinar...

All eyes on the 2014 F1 season following changes

All eyes on the 2014 F1 season following changes

Victor Frost

March 3, 2014

The countdown has begun for the new 2014 Formula One season. With less than a month left before the proverbial flag is dropped for the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne this coming March, the anticipation is building for F1 fans all over the world and there is sure to be a lot to look forward to... u...

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