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Women’s Tennis: Kim leads sweep in victory over CSU Fullerton

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David Hurwitz

February 22, 2015

The CSUN women’s tennis team (4-0, 3-0 Big West) refuse to lose as they defeated Cal State Fullerton 4-3 Saturday afternoon at the Matador Tennis Complex. In the fourth match of the season, the Matadors swept the doubles matches to remain undefeated in the Big West Conference. In doubles play, freshman...

Men’s Basketball: CSUN dominated on rebounds, lose to UC Irvine 67-59

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Julius Lasin

February 22, 2015

The Matadors’ (7-22, 2-11 Big West) inability to snag rebounds and contain the UC Irvine Anteaters’ (16-10, 9-3 Big West) 3-point shooting early doomed them as they lost 67-58. After getting blown out in the first game against the Anteaters, the Matadors came out looking to prove a point, jumping...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN rises to third in Big West with win over UC Irvine

Freshman Tessa Boagni doesn't let a hand her face stop her from going up for a shot against UC Irvine during the first half of the Matadors' game on Feb. 21, 2015. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Mateo Melero

February 22, 2015

It's looking like last year's Big West champs are continuing to pull away from their mid-season lackluster and gain their bearings as the conference tournament nears. The Matadors racked up their fourth consecutive win against the second to last place University of California, Irvine Anteaters Saturday...

Softball: CSUN splits game in Grand Canyon University Invitational

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Sean Thomas

February 21, 2015

The Matadors (9-3) dropped the first of their two game set to Weber State (4-3) to open the Grand Canyon International before picking up their ninth win of the season against host school Grand Canyon University (6-8). Weber State's senior starting pitcher MaCauley Flint stifled the CSUN batters throughout...

Men’s Basketball: CSUN face UC Irvine in Big West rematch

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Julius Lasin

February 20, 2015

On Saturday the Matadors will travel to the Bren Events Center to face off against the first-place UC Irvine Anteaters. The last time these two teams met, the Matadors were trounced 80-49 at the Matadome. Like in most of their games this season, CSUN was plagued by the lack of depth as they were forced...

Men’s Basketball: Reserves shine, CSUN outclass Bethesda

Senior guard Stephen Maxwell slams the ball into the net as CSUN cruised to their first win in eight games, defeating Bethesda University 86-61 Photo credit: Vincent Nguyen

Julius Lasin

February 18, 2015

After a team loses eight straight games, a win against anybody is welcome, even if it comes against a team that plays in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA). “Coming off what we’ve been going through this whole season, I feel like this was a really good game for us to kind...

Baseball: Matadors stay undefeated after stumping Gonzaga 5-1

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Alicia Zerai

February 16, 2015

It wasn’t a normal start to CSUN’s baseball game this Sunday afternoon as the Matadors defeated Gonzaga 5-1. The undefeated Matadors started off their game with a little trip down memory lane. CSUN began with a tribute to the 1965 San Fernando Valley State Matadors for their 50 year reunion....

Softball: CSUN closes classic with shut out of Utah State

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Sean Thomas

February 16, 2015

Bouncing back from a Saturday loss, the Matador's (8-2) picked up their eighth win of the season by defeating the Utah State Aggies in their last game of the 2015 DeMarini/Desert Classic on Sunday. Starting pitcher Brianna Elder, who in the game prior only managed to record one out against the University...

Softball: CSUN splits games on day two of DeMarini/Desert Classic

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Sean Thomas

February 15, 2015

After sweeping their competition on the first day of the 2015 DeMarini/Desert Classic, the Matadors (7-2) split their pair of games on day two with a 12-5 win against Indiana University Hoosiers (2-6), followed by a 8-0 night-time loss to the University of Utah Utes (5-4). The Matador's bats proved...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN gives UC Santa Barbara Valentine’s Day crushing

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Mateo Melero

February 15, 2015

When a team is 0-23 for the season, it's hard to tell if another loss comes as a heartbreak. The University of Santa Barbara's defeat to CSUN 60-21 Valentines Day, was just another normal game to a so far winless year. CSUN gave no hearts to Santa Barbara Saturday night and put them down 60-21...

Baseball: CSUN off to best start since 2002

Matadors run towards a whole new season on their right foot as the got their first win in the home opener 4-2 against Utah Valley College on Friday, Feb. 13, 2014 at Matador FIeld in  Northridge, California. Staff Photographer/ Raul Martinez

Eric Blatz

February 15, 2015

In the first game of the Valentine’s Day double header, CSUN defeated the Gonzaga Bulldogs 6-2, behind strong performances from second baseman Ryan Raslowsky and starting pitcher Jerry Keel. The first four innings were controlled by both team's starting pitchers. Keel and Gonzaga’s Andrew Sopko...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN takes stride out of Cal Poly’s Gallup

Women's Basketball: CSUN takes stride out of Cal Poly's Gallup

Mateo Melero

February 14, 2015

If there is one thing CSUN has learned in the past year when facing the Cal Poly Mustangs, it is that victory can only be achieved by knocking down their post and shutting out their guards. And they did so with a 70-58 win over the Mustangs CSUN kicked the legs out from underneath the Cal Poly...

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