The Sundial

Men’s basketball: CSUN’s rally falls short in conference opener against UC Irvine

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Alonso Tacanga

December 29, 2011

CSUN guard Josh Greene has seen what the Matadors are capable of doing when they click. Thursday night against UC Irvine, he saw it again. But for only one half. Again. “If we put together two halves, then we can be pretty good,” Greene said. What was a tale of two different halves against the Anteaters was the tale of the season for the ...

Men’s basketball: Matadors defeat Waves for first road win of the season

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Alonso Tacanga

December 10, 2011

Redshirt sophomore guard Stephan Hicks scored a game-high 18 points as CSUN snapped a three-game losing streak with a 73-70 road win over Pepperdine at Firestone Fieldhouse Saturday night. CSUN guard Josh Greene scored all 15 of his points after halftime, helping the Matadors turn a 12-point first...

M-Bball: Sophomores expected to play big role in 2011-12

Sophomore guards Aqeel Quinn (left) and Josh Greene look to improve in their second season with the Matadors. Photo Credit: Mariela Molina/ Visual Editor

Gilberto Manzano

November 10, 2011

UC Santa Barbara and Long Beach State have had plenty of success with its 2008 freshman class, something CSUN head coach Bobby Braswell took note of. Last season Braswell brought in eight freshmen, modeling the blueprint of the last two Big West Conference champions, UCSB and Long Beach. The M...

Aqeel Quinn and Josh Greene develop close bond in first season as Matadors

Gilberto Manzano

February 14, 2011

Josh Greene has never been one to back down from a challenge on the basketball court despite being undersized at 6 feet tall. A little more than a year ago, Greene and his small school, Community Charter, competed against high school-basketball powerhouse Leuzinger in the Westchester Tip-off Classic. Greene knew his team had a difficult test against a program that has pr...

CSUN men’s basketball wins over UC Irvine to stay in second place

Gilberto Manzano

February 6, 2011

After having its three-game winning streak snapped Thursday at UC Riverside, Cal State Northridge bounced back to defeat UC Irvine, 91-83, Saturday at the Matadome and remain in second place in the Big West standings. The Matadors recorded their sixth conference win, matching last season’s total. Matador Lenny Daniel led all scorers with 22 points and...

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