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Baseball: Pitching let down by offense in 3-1 loss at CSUB

Baseball: Pitching let down by offense in 3-1 loss at CSUB

Andrew Martinez

March 4, 2014

  After escaping with two wins in a rain-soaked weekend series with the visiting Washington State Cougars, the Matadors (6-6) traveled to Bakersfield and left with a 3-1 loss to the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners (5-7) at Hardt Field on Tuesday. Northridge was cruising behind a one...

Baseball: CSUN splits home-opening series with Seattle Redhawks

Baseball: CSUN splits home-opening series with Seattle Redhawks

Andrew Martinez

February 24, 2014

After an offensive showcase during a doubleheader on Saturday, the Matadors (4-4) couldn’t muster more than two runs in a 4-2 loss to the Seattle Redhawks (5-3) Sunday at Matador Field. CSUN’s bats went cold after lighting up Redhawk pitching on Saturday, blowing out Seattle 14-4 in the first gam...

Baseball: Matadors fall 7-1 to defending champion UCLA Bruins

Baseball: Matadors fall 7-1 to defending champion UCLA Bruins

Andrew Martinez

February 19, 2014

Facing their first test of the season on Tuesday, the Matadors (2-2) fell 7-1 to the defending national champion No. 12 UCLA Bruins (3-1) at Jackie Robinson Stadium. Matador starting right-handed pitcher Calvin Copping pitched four innings of one-run ball, but was removed with a Bruin on secon...

Reflecting on the greatest player of our generation

Reflecting on the greatest player of our generation

Brian Bernstein

February 17, 2014

  “Now batting for the Yankees, No. 2, Derek Jeter. No. 2, Derek Jeter.” For all the non New York Yankee fans out there, that is the voice of the late legendary announcer Bob Sheppard, whose voice still graces baseball Mecca every time shortstop Derek Jeter walks to the plate. Sheppard...

Baseball: New skipper hopes to guide Matadors back to postseason

Baseball: New skipper hopes to guide Matadors back to postseason

Emmanuel Reid

February 12, 2014

  Matador baseball is back as CSUN opens its 2014 campaign tomorrow in Florida. Under newly appointed head coach Greg Moore, the Matadors are looking to improve on their 2013 season where they finished fourth in the Big West Conference with a 31-26 record. The Matadors return with ...

Baseball: Alumni game gives new coaching staff first look at team

Baseball: Alumni game gives new coaching staff first look at team

Victor Frost

February 4, 2014

Victor Frost:  It is Tuesday, February fourth, and this is Victor Frost with a Daily Sundial News Brief; a little nugget of the news that matters to you. Your News; All Day. With us today is Andrew Martinez, Sports Editor for this fine, fine paper. Andrew Martinez: Current and former Matador b...

Dr. Brandon E. Martin is changing the culture of CSUN athletics

Brian Bernstein

August 28, 2013

Elite is the attitude that Dr. Brandon Martin, the newly appointed athletic director, wants to bring to Cal State Northridge’s athletic program. “We want to be an elite program. We want to be a national contender, and not just in one sport,” Martin said. “In all 18 of our sports. We want t...

CSUN’s new baseball coach is about more than just baseball

CSUN’s new baseball coach is about more than just baseball

Darko Debogovic

August 27, 2013

CSUN’s new head baseball coach, Greg Moore, is ready to reinvigorate the Matadors lackluster baseball program. Moore is tasked with turning around a program that finished (31-26, 15-12) in 2013, losing 6 straight games to finish the season. “We all need to be better. I expect us to compete in ...

#thisweek @csun Social Media Recap

Benjamin Andrews

March 24, 2013

A look at people, news and events at Cal State Northridge that made a splash on social media this week. [View the story "#thisweek @CSUN - 3/24" on Storify]#thisweek @CSUN - 3/24A look at people, news and events at Cal State Northridge that made a splash on social media this week.Storified by Daily Sun...

Bargain Ball: Beating the Stadium System

Ryan Klinkert

July 7, 2011

Since 2002, ESPN The Magazine has produced an annual Ultimate Standings guide, which measures all professional teams from the four major American sports leagues in a myriad of categories. Such categories include ownership, fan relations, and stadium experience. But perhaps the most imperative of the...

UCR spells trouble for Matadors

Ignacio Marquez

May 11, 2011

With issues at both the defense and offense for most of the season, the Matadors had finally found a bright spot in the long tumultuous year. After winning two of three games against UC Santa Barbara, the Cal State Northridge baseball team (20-27) improved its Big West Conference record to 3-1...

CSUN falls just short of sweep

Ignacio Marquez

May 9, 2011

A day after clinching their first Big West Conference series victory of the season, the Matadors could not keep the momentum going as tough pitching stifled the lineup. The bats could not break through UC Santa Barbara’s pitching as the Cal State Northridge baseball team (20-26, 3-12 Big Wes...

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