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Matadors finish third in CSUN-Pepperdine Challenge

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Kenneth Birkland

September 3, 2018

Women's volleyball opened home play this weekend in a tournament hosted by CSUN and Pepperdine. After a sweep of North Texas to open up the Matadome, CSUN fell in five sets to Idaho and then were taken down by the eventual champs Pepperdine, in Malibu.CSUN opened up the tournament with a convincing sweep ove...

Women’s Basketball: Matadors beat out Idaho Vandals in regular season opener

Jr. Breeyon Alexander-Perry steals the ball and helps the CSUN Matadors to their first win over Idaho at the Matadome in Northridge, Calif., on Fri. Nov. 14. Photo Credit: Raul Martinez/ Contributorj

Mateo Melero

November 15, 2014

The CSUN Matadors defeated a fellow NCAA conference champion, the University of Idaho Vandals, 67-50 in the first game of the regular 2014-2015 season Friday afternoon at the Matadome. Idaho struggled against the Matadors, showing trouble landing shots and an inability to overcome a poor first half...

Women’s Basketball: Big West favorites face tough schedule in and out of conference

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Alik Ourfalian

November 11, 2014

As the preseason favorites in the Big West Conference Preseason Poll, the Matadors were selected to repeat as conference champions, receiving 13 of the 14 first-place votes in October. “Our goals this season are to win the conference and the Big West championship, and go to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA...

Men’s Basketball: CSUN drops late-season non-conference matchup at Idaho

Rohit Ghosh

February 19, 2014

The Matadors (13-15, 5-7 Big West) were unable to complete a successful second-half comeback as their tired legs got the best of them down the stretch in a 96-88 loss to the Idaho Vandals. Cal State Northridge continued its road woes (2-12), suffering from fatigue after four overtime games in their last...

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