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W-Bball: Flowers stresses defense, brings in eight players

Jason Flowers wants his Matadors to cut down on turnovers and improve on defense during his second season as head coach.  Photo Credit: Andres Aguila/ Daily Sundial

Ron Rokhy

November 10, 2011

Following a 4-26 season, the CSUN women’s basketball team underwent a major overhaul that brought eight new players. Things look brighter already, as the Matadors handily defeated The Master’s College 87-53 during an exhibition game last Saturday. “We acquired quite a few kids who are going to have an impact,” said second-year head coach Jason Flowers...

W-Bball: Matadors optimistic for bounce-back season

Mariela Molina / Visual Editor Violet Alama (23) and the Matadors look to have a successful season after finishing last in the Big West Conference a year ago. Photo Credit: Mariela Molina/ Visual Editor

Contributor

November 10, 2011

Story by Jonathan Andrade Last season’s 4-26 record wasn’t  what the CSUN women’s basketball team was looking to do during head coach Jason Flowers’ inaugural season. This season, Flowers and the Matadors are looking to bounce back and put CSUN on top of the Big West standings, beginning with t...

W-Bball: Erving and the Matadors dominate in exhibition game

Senior center Jasmine Erving scored a game-high 27 points against The Master's College on Saturday. Photo Credit: Mariela Molina/ Visual Editor

Gilberto Manzano

October 29, 2011

Jasmine Erving didn't care that the game against The Master's College on Saturday was only an exhibition. The 6-foot-2 senior center had no mercy on the non-Division I school from Santa Clarita, scoring 23 of her 27 points in the first half en route to CSUN's 87-53 victory over the Mustangs at the Matadome. Erving slowed down in the secon...

CSUN women’s basketball: Matadors lose on Senior Night 63-49 to Tigers

Contributor

March 6, 2011

By Diana Romero The Matadors’ season ended the way it started. The Cal State Northridge women’s basketball team ended its year with a loss against Pacific on Saturday afternoon, 63-49. The Tigers gained the eighth place in the conference, taking the last spot in the Big West Tournament. ...

CSUN women’s basketball: Matadors play their last two home games against UC Davis and Pacific

Contributor

March 2, 2011

Diana Romero Contributing Reporter CSUN women’s basketball team is closing its season this week with the last two home games against UC Davis and Pacific at the Matadome. The Matadors (4-24) are seeking a win after their two losses on the road against CSU Bakersfield 71-46 last Wednesday and...

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