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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...

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...

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...

The week ahead in Matador Sports

CSUN men's soccer, women's soccer, women's volleyball, and cross country continue non-conference play this week. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Nicholas Thompson September 8, 2015

September 10Women's Volleyball vs Saint Mary's (University of Washington, 1:00 p.m.)Women's Volleyball at Washington (University of Washington, 7:00 p.m.)September 11Women's Volleyball at Washington (University...

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...

Men’s Soccer: Matadors fall short of the upset against no. 3 Creighton

The Matadors couldn't sustain an early lead, losing to the Creighton Blue Jays 2-1. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin September 5, 2015

The Matadors could not sustain any momentum on the road as they lost to the no. 3 nationally ranked Creighton Blue Jays 1-2.Early on, things looked bright for the Matadors, as sophomore forward Steven...

The week ahead in Matador Sports

Four Matador sports are in action this week. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Giovanni Garcia September 1, 2015

September 4Women's Volleyball at Florida A&M (University of Arizona, 3:30 p.m.)Men's Soccer at Creighton (Morrison Stadium, 5:30 p.m.)Women's Soccer at Fresno State (Fresno State, 7 p.m.)September...

Men’s Soccer: Matadors storm back to defeat Loyola-Chicago

After a sluggish second half, the Matadors were much more aggressive on the offensive end and edged out Loyola-Chicago 2-1. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Giovanni Garcia August 31, 2015

The CSUN men’s soccer team started the season with a comeback performance by winning 2-1, against Loyola University Chicago Ramblers on Sunday night. The game started off with both teams going back...

Men’s Soccer: Self-inflicted wound costs CSUN exhibition game

Trevor Morley looks down as the Matadors drop their second exhibition game due to an own goal which determined the final score of the game. (Raul Martinez/ The Sundial)
Nicholas Thompson August 28, 2015

The CSUN men's soccer team lost its final exhibition game Thursday night, in a 0-1 defensive struggle against Cal Poly Pomona. The Matadors started off sluggish in the first half and it seemed as though...

The week ahead in Matador sports

CSUN sports are back in gear this week with several games and meets. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial
Julius Lasin August 26, 2015

This week has not only signaled the start of the school year, but it also means that CSUN sports teams are back in action as well! This week's slate of games feature games from women's volleyball, men's...

Men’s Soccer: CSUN gets shutout 4-0 in exhibition game over the weekend

Matadors Andrew Rizeq, middle, looses his footing as he attempted to break past the defenders of the LMU Lions in the Exhibition contest held on Saturday, August 22, 2015 at the Matador Soccer Field in Northridge, Calif.  The Matadors suffered a 0-4 loss against the Lions after making several attempts to score a goal. (Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins/Sundial) Photo credit: David Hawkins
Kenneth Berry August 24, 2015

In their first action of the 2015 season, the CSUN men's soccer team lost 4-0 to Loyola Marymount in an exhibition match on Saturday night at Matador Soccer Field. The lions scored twice in the first...

Bartra is a defender on and off field

Senior Pol Bartra, a 6'2 center back, is looking to come back from a foot injury to lead the Matadors to a Big West title. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)
Edemy Rodriguez August 24, 2015

After this season, redshirt junior defender Pol Schonhofer Bartra will have to decide whether or not to return home—25 hours away—or stay in the United States and pursue his dreams. After playing...

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