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Baseball: Streak of drafted CSUN players on the line at the 2015 MLB Draft

Baseball: Streak of drafted CSUN players on the line at the 2015 MLB Draft

Kenneth Berry

June 8, 2015

The 2015 Major League Baseball draft, which begins on Monday, June 8, and continues through Wednesday, June 10 could continue the streak of Matador players that have been drafted since 2005. The draft will cover the first two rounds which includes compensation and competitive balance picks. It wil...

Men’s Soccer: Nine players to join CSUN for 2015 season

Men’s Soccer: Nine players to join CSUN for 2015 season

Kenneth Berry

June 5, 2015

CSUN men's soccer head coach Terry Davilla announced nine new players that will join the roster for the 2015-2016 season in a press release on Tuesday.Adrian Vera, Chester Castellaw, Andrew Rizeq, Alejandro Gomez, Stuart Close, Jules Cailliau, Papy Diouf, Ramiro Baranza and Trevon Deminson make up t...

The Road to Recovery: Sports Injuries

The Road to Recovery: Sports Injuries

Antione Bowman

June 2, 2015

22-year-old senior Rachel Webb, a member of the women’s soccer team at CSUN, was playing in a California Interscholastic Federation tournament semifinal game in March of 2011 the first time she tore her anterior crucial ligament in her left knee, when she was a captain in her senior year at Quartz...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN adds Australian transfer Jordan Smith

Women’s Basketball: CSUN adds Australian transfer Jordan Smith

Kenneth Berry

May 29, 2015

The back-to-back Big West Conference Tournament Champion CSUN women's basketball team has added 6-3 forward, Jordan Smith from Adelaide, Australia, to the roster for the upcoming 2015-16 season via press release from CSUN athletics. Smith spent last year at Casper College in Casper, Wyo. where she...

Baseball: CSUN’s season ends on senior day in 5-1 loss to UCI

Baseball: CSUN’s season ends on senior day in 5-1 loss to UCI

Kenneth Berry

May 26, 2015

The Matadors (33-24, 8-16 Big West) faltered during stretches in the season and finished their last game of the regular season with a 5-1 loss to the UC Irvine Anteaters (33-23, 15-9 Big West) The Matadors couldn't capture the same late-inning offensive spark that got them a 9-4 victory in the secon...

Departing seniors reflect on their careers and beyond

Departing seniors reflect on their careers and beyond

Kenneth Berry

May 13, 2015

With graduation just days away CSUN bids farewell to one of the greatest classes in school history. CSUN basketball players such as women's all-time leading scorer Ashlee Guay, Cinnamon Lister, Randi Friess, men's all-time leading scorer Stephan Hicks, Devonte Elliott and Robert Cid. Each senior gave...

Softball: CSUN will rematch No. 7 UCLA in NCAA Regionals first round

Softball: CSUN will rematch No. 7 UCLA in NCAA Regionals first round

Kenneth Berry

May 11, 2015

The Big West Conference Champion CSUN Matador Softball team (41-15, 16-5 in Big West) were announced as the opponent of the no. 7 UCLA Bruins (45-10, 19-5 Pac-12) on Sunday night in front of a raucous crowd at The Pub. "I feel like our hard work has paid off," CSUN softball head coach Tairia Flowers...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN’s historic start capped off by winning Radisson Hotel Chatsworth Thanksgiving Basketball Classic

Women’s Basketball: CSUN’s historic start capped off by winning Radisson Hotel Chatsworth Thanksgiving Basketball Classic

Kenneth Berry

December 1, 2014

Lead by Tournament MVP and Senior center Camille Mahlknecht, the CSUN women’s basketball team defeated the Texas Southern Lady Tigers, 63-50 to be crowned champions of the 2014 Radisson Hotel Chatsworth Thanksgiving Basketball Classic, advancing to (6-0) on the season, Nov. 29 at the Matadome....

Wellness event informs students on maintaining health and their well-being

Wellness event informs students on maintaining health and their well-being

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 18, 2014

The Student Recreation Center (SRC), Klotz Student Health Center and University Counseling services are inviting students to this fall’s “Welcome to Wellness.” Students are encouraged to enjoy free activities, educational workshops, wellness exhibits and information booths on campus heal...

Athletic department builds excitement for Matadors new brand

Pete D. Camarillo

June 6, 2014

    Anticipation for a new era of athletics filled the Northridge Center as the CSUN athletic department unveiled new logos, uniforms, and a revamped Go Matadors website for members of the campus community on Monday. The new logo is steps away from the traditional logo which showed...

CSUN athletes react to NCAA meal regulations

Pete D. Camarillo

April 30, 2014

Balancing school, training and a healthy lifestyle may get easier for CSUN’s student-athletes after the passing of an NCAA regulation which grants scholarship and walk-on athletes unlimited meals. Brianna Elder, junior pitcher for the softball team, knows the difficulty of getting meals after practice....

Baseball players pitch in to clean up Matador Field

Baseball players pitch in to clean up Matador Field

Andrew Martinez

April 21, 2014

  Immediately following the final pitch of a 6-2 victory at home over the Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors on April 17, Matador  baseball players line up and congratulate each other and head over to the outfield, where they meet with coaches for a brief post-game meeting. Following their coache...

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