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Men’s Soccer: Despite several opportunities, Matadors come away with 0-0 draw against CSUB

David Turcio dribbles the ball between two Roadrunner defenders and shots in the 0-0 tie at Matador Soccer field on Sunday, Sept. 13. David Hawkins/ The Sundial

Giovanni Garcia

September 14, 2015

The Matadors took the field on Sunday seeking to end their current three-game losing streak against the University of Bakersfield Roadrunners, but the game turned out to be a defensive battle that resulted in 0-0 tie. From the beginning of the game both defenses set the tone early as they struggled...

Men’s Soccer: CSUN loses 1-0 in controversial OT against New Mexico

Pol Schonhofer holds Steven Manios after the 1-0 overtime loss due to a penalty call against New Mexcio at Matador Soccer field. Christopher Linares / The Sundial

Jordan Ball

September 12, 2015

CSUN (1-3) takes a 1-0 overtime loss against the visiting New Mexico Lobos (2-1-1) despite a bizarre ending. In the 95th minute, the referees handed senior defender Trevor Morley a controversial yellow card, which led to the only goal of the game by New Mexico's Chris Wehan. Matadors senior goalkeeper...

Men’s Soccer: CSUN returns home to face the University of New Mexico

The Matadors look to get back on track after losing two straight games. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial

Nicholas Thompson

September 11, 2015

On Friday the Matadors will be hosting the University of New Mexico Lobos.The Matadors are coming off of two straight loses after winning their home opener while the Lobos are coming off their first win of the season.Both teams are looking to bounce back after poor starts to the season.The Matadors have given up ...

ICYMI: Men’s Soccer: Matadors’ defense falters, lose to Mavericks 4-1.

The Matadors defense faltered in the second half, allowing three goals in 11 minutes, paving the way for a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial

Julius Lasin

September 8, 2015

The trip away from home continued to be a rough one for CSUN as they fell to the University of Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks 1-4.From the start, it was evident that the Matadors would struggle with a prolific Mavericks' offense, as they allowed the Mavericks to have six shots in the first 38 minutes, as oppose...

Men’s Soccer: Northridge prepares for Cal Poly in Big West playoffs

Casey Delich

November 6, 2012

The regular season is over, and a possible win or go home scenario is now afoot for the Matadors as they host Big West Conference play at Matador Soccer Field on Wednesday. Finishing off their regular season with a 1-0 loss to visiting UC Irvine, the Matadors were still able to earn the Southern Di...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors face tough schedule as season begins

Casey Delich

August 27, 2012

CSUN hopes to build off the momentum of last year’s third straight visit to the Big West tournament, where a loss to Long Beach State in the quarterfinals ended its season after compiling a 7-10-2 record including 4-3-1 in conference play. With the return of Big West Goalkeeper of the Year Cynthia Jacob...

M-Soccer: Coin-flip goals determine CSUN’s fate against UCI


Anthony Carpio

October 8, 2011

Irvine --  In a first-place showdown, it all came down to saves. With both UC Irvine goals coming by way of deflections, CSUN (5-5-1, 2-1 Big West) had chances to prevent its 2-0 defeat to the Anteaters (11-2, 3-1) Saturday night, instead the Matadors dropped their first Big West Conference ...

M-Soccer: Matadors try to defend their first place at UC Irvine


Anthony Carpio

October 5, 2011

Currently riding a three-game winning streak, the Matadors are looking to stay on top of the Big West Conference as they face No. 7 UC Irvine at Anteater Stadium Saturday night. CSUN (5-4-1, 2-0 Big West)is tied for first place with UC Irvine (10-2, 2-1) in conference with six points each. CSUN got wins against UC Davis and Cal Stat...

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