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From one athlete to another

Jaclyn Rymer

March 25, 2010

It’s happened at universities like Washington, Arizona State and UC Irvine. Now Northridge is following the trend, claiming the budget crisis to be the culprit. So if you haven’t heard or read already, collegiate sports around the country are disappearing. About 30 CSUN student-athletes, with...

CSUN swim team is in no man’s land

Susan Murray

March 8, 2010

I saw a “Store Closing,” sign at a major shoe store, so I decided to check it out. I handed my keys to a valet and wandered in to see what they had. The giant warehouse housed maybe 35 pairs of size 11 ½ shoes with a couple single stragglers on each shelf. It was pathetic and I never even came to...

The Matadors swimming team unable to get past Roadrunners

Sarah Smith

February 1, 2010

Energy was high at Matador Pool Thursday afternoon, but it wasn’t enough to turn that into a victory for the Cal State Northridge men’s and women’s swim team in the meet against Cal State Bakersfield. With only two first place finishes, held by Kuan Fong Lao in the 50 freestyle and Jordan Harris ...

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