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Softball: Despite first league loss, CSUN claims series win over Long Beach State

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Sean Thomas

April 27, 2015

After 13 straight victories, the Matadors (39-11, 14-1) lost their first conference game of the season en route to taking a two out of three games series victory against the Long Beach State 49ers (22-29, 9-6) over the weekend. Coach Tairia Flower's crew handed the 49ers a 6-2 loss in the first game of S...

Administration mum on men’s basketball investigation

Julius Lasin

April 2, 2015

The silence surrounding the men's basketball program is deafening. Five months after CSUN announced an investigation of the men's basketball program regarding a possible violation of team and university policy, there still has been no decision or update. Athletics Director Dr. Brandon Martin did...

Baseball: Matadors escape victorious in a close game against George Washington University

CSUN Head Coach Greg Moore looking on, as his team begins to play the final game in their three day series versus George Washington at Matador Field. Photo credit: Jordan Ball

Jordan Ball

March 16, 2015

CSUN defeated George Washington University 9-8 in a high scoring affair, to end the three day series on Sunday afternoon. After starting the top of the first inning down 0-2, the Matadors hitters came out red hot and answered with seven runs through the first three innings. "It was sloppy early...

ICYMI: Highlights from CSUN women’s basketball senior night victory against Long Beach State

ICYMI: Highlights from CSUN women's basketball senior night victory against Long Beach State

Lauren Bennett

March 8, 2015 CSUN women's basketball faced Long Beach State in their final regular season game at home March 5th, defeating the 49ers 77-61. Thursday night's win capped off the careers of the starting five as the seniors potentially played their final home game....

Softball: Matadors throw away lead, lose 9-8 in Husky Classic opener

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Sean Thomas

March 7, 2015

The Matadors (17-5) suffered a late-inning 9-8 loss to the No. 19 Washington University Huskies (21-4) to start off the 2015 Husky Classic yesterday afternoon. The first place Matadors, who held the lead for the majority of the ballgame, allowed five runs in the bottom of the seventh after posting...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN champion seniors say goodbye, prepare for big stage

DJ Mal-Ski takes a selfie with the Women's Matadors' senior class during their final home game on March 5, 2015. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Mateo Melero

March 6, 2015

In the final regular season game of their college career, CSUN's senior starters performed like champion matadors, dancing around a tired-old bull not ready to meet its end. CSUN put down the California State University, Long Beach 49ers 77-61 Thursday in an emotional senior-tribute that saw off their...

Men’s Basketball: CSUN can’t sustain offensive success, fall to 49ers 69-58

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Julius Lasin

March 6, 2015

The Matadors were unable to keep their momentum going, as their two-game win streak was snapped in a loss to the Long Beach State 49ers, 69-58. After scoring 80 points in three out of their last four games—prior to their Thursday night match up with the 49ers—the Matadors had a power outage of...

BREAKING: Guay becomes CSUN women’s basketball all-time leading scorer

Senior guard Ashlee Guay (center) is now the all-time leading scorer for women's basketball after her 3-pointer against Cal State Fullerton Thursday night. File photo/The Sundial

Vincent Nguyen

February 26, 2015

Women's basketball senior guard Ashlee Guay became the team's all-time leading scorer with 1,633 points Thursday, Feb. 25th against the Cal State Fullerton Titans in the Matadors' first road game of the week. Guay sank a 3-pointer in the waning moments of the second half of the game. The senior proceeded...

Men’s Basketball: Let them play

Starting guard Aaron Parks, makes a hard jumper inside the paint, shooting over two defenders, ending with 8 points against Montana on Nov. 19. Photo Credit: Kelly Rosales/ Contributor

Julius Lasin

February 25, 2015

As the buzzer sounded in the Matadome following a home loss against UC Santa Barbara (their eighth straight overall), several starters walked off of the floor shaking their heads and shrugging their shoulders. Even though the disappointment could be seen on the faces of those who played, it was the...

Women’s Tennis: Undefeated season continues with 6-1 win over Eastern Michigan

Sophomore Vivian Lin won straight sets in singles matches as CSUN beat Eastern Michigan 6-1 in a non-conference game. Photo credit: Esmeralda Ramirez

David Hurwitz

February 25, 2015

The Matadors (5-0, 3-0 Big West) defeated Eastern Michigan 6-1 in a non-conference match Tuesday afternoon at the Matador Tennis Complex. Using a new scoring format from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, CSUN lost the doubles matches but rallied to sweep the singles matches to remain undefeated. The...

BREAKING: Conley throws no-hitter in first game against Utah Valley

Conley threw a no-hitter Wednesday, Feb. 25 against Utah Valley University. Photo by Vincent Nguyen/Sports Editor

Vincent Nguyen

February 25, 2015

Freshman pitcher Zoe Conley has thrown CSUN's first no-hitter since 2008 in softball's 3-0 win over Utah Valley.  Conley posted 16 strike-outs on her way to a perfect game. The freshman was vital in CSUN's home opener against St. John University on Tuesday Feb. 24. Conley was previously named Bi...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN face CSUF in second Big West faceoff

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Mateo Melero

February 25, 2015

The Matadors will play the first of the final three games left in the regular season against the lower ranked California State University, Fullerton Thursday. Fullerton stands third to last in the Big West Conference and was defeated Saturday by the last place team, University of California, Santa...

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