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Matadors lose in a hard fought battle against No. 23 UC Irvine

Kerstin Gupilan

October 6, 2009

For anyone who was at the Matadome Tuesday night, it would seem that the women’s volleyball team had won their first Big West match of the season. However, the reality is the Matadors were handed their fifth loss in the last six matches by the No. 23 UC Irvine (14-3, 4-1 Big West) by scores of 22-25,...

Experience a CSUN hockey game

Experience a CSUN hockey game

Gilberto Manzano

October 6, 2009

Most students and faculty don’t know that CSUN has a hockey team and the ones that do know probably know because of the many signs all over campus saying try out for the hockey team or come watch CSUN against so and so. After reading the hockey signs you most likely tell yourself, “What? CSUN has a hockey team, but no football team? Well that’s du...

CSUN looks to get on track against Titans

Alejandro Arpiza

October 6, 2009

From the start of the season, Northridge men’s soccer Coach Terry Davila has said that his team’s No. 1 goal is to get to the postseason. He cares little about accolades and hype or his team’s national ranking – only a chance, as he says, “To get to the big dance,” the NCAA tournament. ...

CSUN women’s volleyball needs a miracle against UC Irvine

Kerstin Gupilan

October 6, 2009

The Cal State Northridge women’s volleyball team was handed their fourth loss in the last five matches in a five-set heartbreaker by the Roadrunners of Cal State Bakersfield last Wednesday. “I think the team is extremely disappointed in the results,” CSUN head coach Jeff Stork said. “They...

CSUN women’s soccer comes up short against UCSB

Kendall Capps

October 6, 2009

The Cal State Northridge women’s soccer team (5-7, 1-1 Big West Conference) was defeated by UC Santa Barbara 3-2 Sunday afternoon at Matador Field. It was a rollercoaster game with a wide range of emotions mixed in. The Matadors were at a slight disadvantage to start the game. Neither of their ...

MLB Playoff Breakdown: ALDS/NLDS winners and losers

Administrator

October 6, 2009

Yankees vs. Tigers / Twins Gilberto Manzano Sports Editor The New York Yankees will be resting and glued to the television during today’s one-game playoff for the American League Central crown between the Detroit Tigers and the Minnesota Twins. The winner will be the AL Central champ, but the reward will be a flight to the Bronx to...

Women’s soccer wins Big West Conference opener, 3-2, against Cal Poly Mustangs

Kendall Capps

October 4, 2009

On Friday afternoon the CSUN women’s soccer team opened its conference schedule against the Cal Poly Mustangs at Matador Field. The game was a battle of attrition that ended in a 3-2 Matador win. From the start, CSUN played with a ton of energy and intensity. The Matadors had a few solid ...

Men’s soccer: Lobos of New Mexico shred past Matadors again with 2-0 loss on Saturday

Alejandro Arpiza

October 4, 2009

When a rivalry between two soccer programs starts to become as one sided as this, perhaps it no longer is a rivalry. Maybe it is simply a game that harbors some ill feelings from the team on the losing end – in this case the Cal State Northridge men’s squad. After being blanked, 2-0, by the ...

Hang up the boxing gloves, its MMA’s time

Eldrick Bone

October 2, 2009

Boxing has made its mark as one of the most legendary and entertaining sports of our time. People can still recall some of the greatest boxing matches ever, but boxing is slowly becoming a thing of the past. The legendary sport has been slowing down in major events over the years. The sport averages about two major pay-per-view events every year. Fight match-ups ...

CSUN men’s soccer wants respect in New Mexico

Alejandro Arpiza

October 1, 2009

If the Cal State Northridge men’s soccer squad (6-2-1) wants to jump back into the top 25 nationally and be regarded with high respect in the NCAA field, Saturday’s match at New Mexico (5-3-0) versus the Lobos is exactly the sort of intersectional match that it needs to win. The Matadors fell...

CSUN women’s soccer begins Big West play with two home games

Kendall Capps

October 1, 2009

The Cal State Northridge women’s soccer team (4-6) will open up conference play at home this weekend. Friday afternoon they play host to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (6-4). Following that, UC Santa Barbara comes to Northridge on Sunday. Cal Poly is coming in playing very well, having won four in a...

Desperate for a win

Kerstin Gupilan

September 30, 2009

After a disappointing Big West Conference opening weekend up north against UC Davis and Pacific, the CSUN women’s volleyball team (4-10, 0-2 Big West) is looking for answers on how to improve its current record. “The success of the team is distributed among all the players and even the coaches,”...

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