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Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

Guard Anaiyah Tuua, 21, and forward Tess Amundsen, 15, laugh and smile with teammates as they head to the locker room after beating CSU Bakersfield on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2023, at the Premier America Credit Union Arena in Northridge, Calif.

Women’s basketball announces fall schedule

Gabriel Duarte, Assistant Sports Editor September 7, 2023

The CSUN women’s basketball team dropped their schedule on Aug. 31 in anticipation of their 2023-24 season. The Matadors face off against two Power 5 teams, the first at University of Minnesota on...

CSUN womens beach volleyball diving for the ball

CSUN sports roundup 03/01 – 03/14

Joseph Gonzalez, Reporter March 24, 2023

The month of March has started and gone by quickly. Many of CSUN’s sports programs are in the middle of their seasons, while some have come to an end. Let’s see how the teams look going into spring...

Csun womens basketball coach speaking with the players

CSUN basketball teams suffer losses in Big West Championships

Maxwell Clark, Staff Reporter March 24, 2023

CSUN men’s and women’s basketball suffered similar heartbreaking defeats in the first round of the Big West Championships, both falling short against CSU Bakersfield. Both the men’s team (7-25,...

Csun baseball player swings the ball

CSUN sports roundup 02/22 – 02/28

Joseph Gonzalez, Reporter March 6, 2023

Beach volleyball The 2023 season couldn’t have started with a bigger challenge for the Matadors than the No. 6 nationally ranked Grand Canyon University. GCU outplayed CSUN on the Matadors’ home...

CSUN athletes

CSUN sports roundup 02/15 – 02/21

Joseph Gonzalez, Reporter February 25, 2023

Men’s volleyball After sweeping last week's trip to New Jersey, the men's volleyball team headed home to host the Benedictine University Eagles. They continued their success by sweeping the...

Two basketball players girls, with the orange ball. CSUN is defending the attack.

Shorthanded Matadors fall to UC San Diego in low-scoring game

Maxwell Clark, Contributor February 20, 2023

CSUN women’s basketball produced its lowest scoring output since Jan. 19, as the shorthanded Matadors lost 57-46 against UC San Diego on Saturday afternoon. The Matadors (5-21, 4-12 Big West Conference)...

Csun mens volleyball players talking on the field

CSUN sports roundup 02/08 – 02/14

Joseph Gonzalez, Reporter February 16, 2023

While the seasons are winding down for some of CSUN’s sports programs, others are just getting started. This week saw many teams make a push in the standings, while others attempted to start their campaigns...

CSUN female basketball player with the orange ball

CSUN sports roundup 02/01 – 02/07

Joseph Gonzalez, Reporter February 8, 2023

Week one of February has wrapped up for the Matadors, proving a promising one for many sports. From men's volleyball defeating sixth-seeded Stanford to men's basketball taking down the Big West Conference-leading...

CSUN female basketball player on a game

Matador of the Week: Jordyn Jackson

Luis Silva, Reporter February 5, 2023

CSUN women’s basketball star guard Jordyn Jackson is Matador of the Week after reaching a historic milestone for the basketball program. Jackson became the 14th woman to eclipse 1,000 points as a Matador,...

CSUN track and field runner

CSUN January sports roundup

Joseph Gonzalez, Reporter February 1, 2023

With the start of the spring 2023 semester this week and many sports already underway, we dive into the ups and downs the teams in action have faced in January, and look forward to our Matadors' upcoming...

womens csun basketball player, playing against another team

Women’s basketball falls short of a 16-point comeback

Maxwell Clark, Contributor January 30, 2023

Amid palpable tension from the crowd, the Matadors rallied from down 16 against the Anteaters, but fell short by two points in the 54-52 loss. The Matadors women’s basketball team (4-17, 3-8 Big West...

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