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Matador forward Violet Alama helps teammate Janae Sharpe up after she was fouled during CSUN’s game against LBSU on March 6. CSUN had time off and is now prepared to face USD in the WNIT Friday. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial

Women’s basketball: Picking it up: CSUN hits San Diego for WNIT

Anthony Carpio March 14, 2012

It’s been more than a week – nine days, in fact – since the Matadors lost in the first round of the Big West Conference Tournament. But with time to regroup and earning a spot in the Women’s...

The Matadors celebrate their two graduating seniors, Bridgette Conejo and Jasmine Erving, after their victory against CSUF Saturday night at the Matadome. CSUN is now locked into second place for the Big West Tournament. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Senior Photographer

Women’s basketball: Standout freshman performance breaks down CSUF on Senior Day

Anthony Carpio March 3, 2012

It was Senior Day for the Matadors as well as their last game of the season. After two losses on the road, CSUN had only one thing on its mind: winning. And that’s exactly what they did. After...

Matador center Jasmine Erving goes for a layup during their game against UC Davis. Erving and the Matadors rallied back from 15 points to get the 63-60 win Saturday afternoon at the Matadome. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Senior Photographer

Women’s basketball: Matadors rally from 15 points to win against Davis

Anthony Carpio February 18, 2012

It started with exactly 10 minutes left in the second half with the Matadors down 45-32. Center Jasmine Erving had just made a jumper. Forward Violet Alama got a layup 29 seconds later. Then, with...

Matador center Jasmine Erving posted a career-high 36 points in a 80-59 victory against UC Irvine Saturday night. Photo Credit: Michael Cheng / Daily Sundial

Women’s basketball: Erving scores career-high 36 points as Matadors coast past Irvine

Anthony Carpio February 4, 2012

IRVINE – Consistency was something CSUN head coach Jason Flowers has rarely seen with his team. In most of their Big West Conference wins, the Matadors have usually found themselves either trying...

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Women’s basketball: Matadors go 3-0 in Big West in win over Long Beach State

Ron Rokhy January 7, 2012

For the third game in a row, the Matadors (8-7, 3-0 Big West) used lockdown defense to amend for their offensive struggles in a 57-50 victory over Long Beach State (7-9, 2-1) Saturday night at Walter...

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Women’s basketball: CSUN drops double-digit lead at Portland

Ron Rokhy December 22, 2011

Regardless of a double-digit halftime lead, the Matadors (5-7) failed to close out the Pilots (7-7) as they crafted a come-from-behind victory Wednesday night at Earle A. Chiles Center. Led by its...

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Women’s basketball: CSUN’s rally falls short at Oregon

Ron Rokhy December 20, 2011

Despite mounting a furious comeback in the second half, the Matadors (5-6) let poor 3-point shooting and offensive rebounds bury them as they fell 79-75 to Oregon (9-3) Monday night at the Matthew...

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Women’s basketball: CSUN looks to avoid three-game skid

Anthony Carpio December 6, 2011

After being unable to leave victorious in a close game at Pepperdine Saturday, the Matadors (4-4) are looking to bounce back and avoid a three-game losing streak as they face San Jose State (1-7) Wednesday...

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Women’s basketball: Matadors can’t stop Santa Clara’s 3-pointer rain

Ron Rokhy December 1, 2011

Despite keeping Santa Clara’s leading scorer in check, the Matadors allowed 10 Bronco 3-pointers and fell 90-72 Thursday night at the Matadome. CSUN held senior guard Alyssa Shoji, who coming...

CSUN star center Jasmine Erving, left, was named Big West Conference Player of the Week Monday. Photo Credit: Mariela Molina / Visual Editor

W-Bball Notebook: Matadors match ’10-11 win total

Ron Rokhy November 28, 2011

Coming off back-to-back wins against Colgate and West Virginia to win the Woodland Hills Thanksgiving Classic championship, the Matadors (4-2) are off to their best start since the 1999-2000 season. CSUN...

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W-Bball: Matadors advance to tournament championship game with win over Colgate

Ron Rokhy November 26, 2011

After getting off to its best start since 1998 at 2-0, CSUN dropped two in a row, but bounced back in its home opener Friday night with a 71-60 win against Colgate (0-6) at the Matadome in the...

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W-Bball: Matadors’ win at LMU gives them first 2-0 start since 98-99

Anthony Carpio November 15, 2011

Second chances and points off turnovers gave CSUN (2-0) the win Monday night as it steamrolled Loyola Marymount (0-2) 79-62 at the Gersten Pavilion. The Matadors capitalized on turnovers and offensive...

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