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Brooke Mobeck, right, gets tripped up by a UCSD Triton defender during their match at the Performance Field in Northridge, Calif. on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2021.

Women’s soccer falls to UC San Diego 2-1 at home

Bryan Hernandez, Reporter September 17, 2021

Back from playing six non-conference league games away from home, CSUN women’s soccer returned home after 24 days and faced UC San Diego on Thursday for the first time in women’s soccer history. Away...

Thomas Mascaro, left, Arturo Reveles, and Jamar Ricketts look for an explanation for a foul called by the referee during the game against the University of Nebraska Omaha on Sunday, Sept. 12, 2021.

Omaha pulls off overtime win over CSUN men’s soccer

Randy Acosta, Reporter September 16, 2021

Coming off of a three-game road trip, CSUN returned to their home field with an 11 a.m. kick off on Sunday. The game went scoreless in regulation, which led to overtime against the University of Nebraska...

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CSUN alumnus Joe Ryan begins his MLB career with the Minnesota Twins

David Nunez, Reporter September 9, 2021

On Aug. 31, former CSUN pitcher Joe Ryan had his minor league contract picked up by the MLB’s Minnesota Twins. This makes Ryan the 11th alumni from CSUN to play in the MLB. Ryan played for the Matadors...

CSUNs Klotz Student Health Center continues to offer limited services to students throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

What the Klotz Student Health Center offers CSUN students in the summer, fall semester

David Nunez, Reporter August 11, 2021

There are plenty of services offered at CSUN’s Klotz Student Health Center that many students, especially new ones, don’t know about. The Klotz Center is one of many resources that CSUN offers to...

Fans will be allowed, in limited capacity, at CSUN sporting events for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

CSUN allows fans to attend home games in limited capacity

Blake Williams, Reporter April 19, 2021

CSUN Athletics announced they will begin allowing a limited number of fans to attend Matadors’ home athletic events for the rest of spring in partnership with the university and Los Angeles County health...

CSUN men’s basketball wins against UC Davis, evens record on the season

CSUN men’s basketball wins against UC Davis, evens record on the season

Brandon Darmiento, Reporter February 6, 2021

The Matadors won a close first game of their two-game series against the UC Davis Aggies 80-77 to get to .500 on the season. MEN'S BASKETBALL CSUN 80 UC Davis 77 The Aggies won 13 of their...

Sheila Boykin joins the CSUN Women’s Basketball coaching staff after leaving San Diego State University.

Sheila Boykin hired as assistant women’s basketball coach

Miguel Morales, Contributor October 8, 2020

CSUN Athletics announced on Friday that interim women’s basketball head coach Lindsey Foster added assistant coach Sheila Boykin to their coaching staff as they look to prepare for their upcoming season. Boykin,...

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Harvard wins Thanksgiving Classic over CSUN

Ethan Hanson November 26, 2018

CSUN coach Jason Flowers could only sit in his chair and stare at the sight he was witnessing in Saturday's Warner Center Marriott Thanksgiving Classic at the Matadome. Flowers' defense was stiff. Harvard...

Lamine Diane and Blaire Orr contend a shot by Tigers Forward DaJion Henderson. Photo credit: Monica Villacorta

Men’s Basketball holds on for first win of the season (Story/video)

Kenneth Birkland November 21, 2018

The men's basketball team secured their first victory of the season with a 80-77 win over the Tennessee State Tigers.The dynamic duo of Terrell Gomez and Lamine Diane did most of the heavy lifting for...

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Women’s soccer home struggles continue after Texas Tech shuts out Matadors

Ethan Hanson September 14, 2018

CSUN goalkeeper Amanda Delgado had bodies flying at her in all directions in the 17th minute. A shot rang off an unseen boot and Delgado was ready to react and punch the ball away. Just minutes later,...

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Rodriguez shines in men’s soccer’s split weekend

Tyler Wainfeld September 11, 2018

The Matadors returned home following a loss at Washington University on Friday, before getting an overtime win at Seattle University on Sunday. Forward Johnny Rodriguez scored three goals on the road trip,...

Protesters marching while holding signs reading My Life is Not a Hoax

Student demonstration denounces campus police’s reaction to gun threat

Jacob Pascua February 28, 2018

Students dressed in red and white, fervently chanted “My life is not a hoax” and “Open and operational” in a staged performance in front of the Oviatt library on Monday. The class of COMS 401,...

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