NFL Combine Predictions

With the Superbowl behind us, the NFL turns its head to the Scouting Combine kicking off Tuesday in Indianapolis. Every year there are players...

Women’s Golf: Hosts victorious in Matador Invitational

  In their first home tournament in six years, the Matadors teed off the spring season with a commanding victory, finishing with a tournament-low 887...

Women’s Basketball: UCSB gives CSUN third straight loss

In its worst offensive output of the season, CSUN (10-8, 4-3 Big West) fell 56-37 to UC Santa Barbara (7-11, 3-3) at the Matadome...

Matadors women’s volleyball last road games end in losses

The Matadors went winless in their final two road games of the season to California State University, Long Beach (3-0) and UC Irvine (3-0). CSUN...

Baseball: CSUN falls 1-0 to Long Beach State

In dropping a 1-0 decision to the Long Beach Dirtbags, the CSUN offense was unable to provide senior pitcher Jerry Keel with any run...

Men’s soccer: Second half surge pushes CSUN past Santa Clara

Two penalty kicks in the second half lifted CSUN

Men’s Soccer: No. 3 CSUN knocks off UNLV 2-1, ties school...

The Matadors (7-0-0) are off to their best start since the 1979 season, thanks to a first half surge that lifted them over UNLV...

CSUN drops fourth straight with loss at Long Beach State

The Matadors (10-11, 2-4 Big West Conference) were outscored 37-26 in the second half as the Long Beach State 49ers (7-12, 3-2 Big West...

Softball: Coach Flowers travels home to Arizona

Growing up in Tucson, Arizona, Tairia Flowers witnessed the University of Arizona win multiple NCAA softball national championships in the 90s. “I grew up wanting...

CSUN tennis bounced by UCSB at Big West Championship

The Matadors season ended in the semifinals of the tournament.

Baseball: No. 11 UCLA rally in 8th, beat CSUN 7-3

Four-game winning streak ended after nationally ranked Bruins defeated the Matadors 7-3

Men’s basketball: CSUN still remembers thrashing by visiting Cal Poly

Josh Greene didn’t choose the forget-and move-on route after Cal Poly crushed his Matadors by 46 points in a televised game last month. Instead,...
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