The Sundial

Senior tandem look to close out legacy

Senior forward Tre Hale-Edmerson, the more vocal between him and senior guard Landon Drew, works as pick and roll compliment to Drew. 
(Juan Pardo/The Sundial.)

Kenneth Berry

November 5, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With last year's seniors Stephan Hicks, Stephen Maxwell and Devonte Elliott gone, the CSUN men's basketball will rely on seniors Landon Drew and Tre Hale-Edmerson. "Without their senior leadership we will not be as good," CSUN men's basketball head coach Reggie Theus...

CSUN men’s basketball seeks bounce back season

CSUN men's basketball head coach Reggie Theus will lead a young team is poised for a bounce back season after last year's team finished 10-24. Photo credit: Juan Pardo

Julius Lasin

November 4, 2015

For the CSUN men’s basketball program, last season’s 10-24 finish was a colossal disappointment, considering that the program was pegged to finish fourth in the Big West in the preseason and was coming off of an appearance in the Big West Tournament championship. “Even if something seems to...

The key players for CSUN men’s basketball this season

Junior guard Aaron Parks drives to the basket in a 2015 game against Hawaii. He and sophomore Jerron Wilbut were instrumental in a 76-74 comeback victory against Cal Poly on Jan 21.  (File Photo/The Sundial)

Leni Maiai

November 4, 2015

Despite having several new players at his disposal this season, CSUN men's basketball head coach Reggie Theus will be reliant on players who played during last season's 10-24 campaign. Although the newcomers captivate with their athleticism, the upperclassmen provide the team with proven playmakers who ha...

Men’s basketball looks to strive with a young roster

Freshman guard Kelton Conway watches junior Darin Johnson shoot before practice. Both are new additions to a Matadors team that only returns three players from last season. Photo credit: Juan Pardo

Julius Lasin

November 3, 2015

Although this season’s CSUN men’s basketball team will faintly resemble the one that went 10-24 last season, a youth movement may cause some bumps in the road for the Matadors, who will look to improve on last season’s disappointment.“One thing you don’t know about young guy...

The student media organization of California State University Northridge
Landon Drew