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Women’s basketball will play No. 1 Notre Dame in first round of NCAA tournament

CSUN womans basketball player dribbles ball across the court

Ethan Hanson

March 14, 2018

Cal State Northridge has never won an NCAA tournament game. Four appearances including three in the past five seasons and now the No. 16 ranked Matadors are being asked to pull off the near impossible.How impossible do you ask? Well, consider the fact that only once has the lowest seed in the first rou...

Matador News: March 19th, 2015

Matador News: March 19th, 2015

Matador News

March 19, 2015

ISIS claims responsibility for Tunisia attacks; NCAA March Madness begins, and Matador News reporter Stephanie Stanziano reports on the Journalism Department's annual Career Day. Anchors: October Primavera, Joanna Guzman, Eden Trevino and Sara Vong Producers: James Lindsay, Jacqueline Serrano and...

Women’s Basketball: No. 13 CSUN to play No. 4 Stanford in NCAA Tournament

The women's basketball team reacts after learning they were selected as a No. 13 seed in the Oklahoma City Region bracket, and will face the No. 4 Stanford Cardinals in the first round of the Women's 2015 NCAA Tournmanet, on March 16, 2015 in the Pub. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Kenneth Berry

March 16, 2015

Fresh off their 67-60 victory over the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine, the Matadors (23-9), will play the No. 4 Stanford Cardinal (24-9), in the first round in Palo Alto on Saturday, March 21 at 3:30 p.m. The back-to-back Big West Tournament champions were the No. 16 seed last year as they lost to then No....

March Madness Tournament versus College Football Playoffs

Tis the season for

Jordan Ball

March 15, 2015

March Madness @Golden_Jordan1 March Madness is one of the craziest times of every year. This is where devoted fans, average fans and non-viewers, of college basketball, come together to partake in this yearly ritual. Various teams and fans across the nation anxiously wait to hear their program...

Staff editorial: Priorities should be invested in academics not athletics


March 22, 2010

With the NCAA Tournament in full effect many students, fans and alumni are caught up rooting for their college basketball team to win a national championship. Meanwhile, they don’t even realize that the student-athletes of their universities are struggling to graduate. Recently the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports at the University of Central Florida released the graduation rates of all the scho...

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