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AS honors men’s soccer team, introduces water refilling stations

A.S. Vice President Talar Alexanian writes down some notes while discussing the agenda during the Associates Students meeting at the Northridge Center on Feb. 17, 2014  (Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins / Photo Editor)
Daché Jackson February 17, 2014

The men’s soccer team attended the Associated Students (AS) meeting on Monday to accept a bouquet of roses for winning first place at the Big West Conference Tour. The team finished with a 15-7-1...

Men’s Soccer: Senior defenders solidifying backline

Jonathan Andrade October 16, 2012

Defense wins championships. A moniker that any team, in any sport, can live by and be successful. So far this season, the Matadors’ men’s soccer team has proven that a solid backline can...

Men’s Soccer: Northridge edges No. 4 UCSB on the road

Casey Delich October 8, 2012

The Matadors continued their hot play Sunday as they shutout No. 4 UC Santa Barbara in a 1-0 road victory.Recording its ninth win of the season, and its seventh out of the last eight games, Northridge...

Men’s Soccer: Matadors lengthen win streak to five

Men's Soccer: Matadors lengthen win streak to five
Ammons Smith September 28, 2012

In their first Big West Conference game of the season, the Matadors (7-3) defeated UC Davis  (2-4-4) 2-0 at home capping off a five-game winning streak with three straight shutouts. Freshman midfielder...

Men’s Soccer: Northridge offense too much for Temple

Casey Delich September 17, 2012

CSUN’s  men’s soccer offensive output continued this weekend with a 2-1 victory over visiting Temple University Sunday afternoon.Though the scoreboard does not look as if it was a dominating performance,...

Men’s Soccer: Army invades CSUN for home-opener

Men's Soccer: Army invades CSUN for home-opener
Alex Curran September 13, 2012

The men's soccer team (2-3) welcomes Army (2-3) to Matador Field on Friday at 7 p.m. for the first home game of the season.It's been a long and rough road so far in 2012 for the Matadors. CSUN played their...

Rebels tame Matadors in second half

Rebels tame Matadors in second half
Jonathan Andrade September 9, 2012

CSUN kept up with UNLV early Friday afternoon, but crumbled in the second half and extended its losing streak to three games in the 3-1 loss. Two second-half goals were enough to put away a CSUN (2-3-0),...

Lone Hoyas’ goal gives Matadors first loss of season

Lone Hoyas' goal gives Matadors first loss of season
Ammons Smith August 31, 2012

The Matadors were handed their first loss of the season Friday as they fell 1-0 to No. 23 Georgetown at North Kehoe Field. Northridge (2-1) matched the Hoyas (3-0) when it came to shots on goal,...

Men’s soccer: Matador midfielder Garcia gets drafted by the LA Galaxy

The L.A. Galaxy made Garcia the 38th pick of the MLS Supplemental Draft. Sundial File Photo.
Jonathan Andrade January 23, 2012

Rafael Garcia has been a fan of the Los Angeles Galaxy since he was a child. Now he has a chance to put on the jersey and take the field as a member of the squad after being drafted in the second round...

M-Soccer: Improved Matadors doomed by close last-minute losses in 2011

Anthony Carpio November 7, 2011

With CSUN sweeping its conference series over Cal State Fullerton in a 2-1 victory Saturday night, the Matadors ended their season with an overall record of 8-8-3, 4-4-2 in the Big West Conference. Overtime...

M-Soccer: Matadors eliminated from playoff contention, lose to UCSB in 2OT

Matadors fall to UC Santa Barbara, 3-2, in double overtime Tuesday night at Matador Soccer Field.  Photo Creidt: Andres Aguila/ Daily Sundial
Anthony Carpio November 1, 2011

For the fourth time this season the Matadors lost in overtime, but this time it cost them the season. To make matters worse, CSUN eliminated itself from playoff contention on an own goal with only...

M-Soccer: After two straight draws, Matadors in desperate need of a win against UCSB

CSUN will face Long Beach State in the Big West Tournament semifinals on Thursday. Photo Credit: Monique Muniz/ Senior Photographer
Anthony Carpio October 31, 2011

With only two matches left on the schedule, CSUN (7-7-3) finds itself in a critical situation. With a Big West Conference record of 3-3-2, the Matadors have dropped to fifth place and need a win...

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