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The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

Atin Wright, left, drives past Hawaiis Noel Coleman during the first half of their game between the Matadors and the Rainbow Warriors in the Matadome in Northridge, Calif., on Feb. 19, 2021.

Matador of the Week: Men’s basketball’s Atin Wright

David Nunez, Reporter November 23, 2021

Basketball season has arrived at CSUN and sophomore guard Atin Wright started the year off by demonstrating a lights-out shooting display. CSUN opened the season with back-to-back losses to USC and...

A CSUN Mens basketball player in black jersey trying to go around a defender tp the basket.

Matadors cruise to victory, earn season sweep over Cal Poly

Susanna Behnan February 3, 2019
Five players scored in double figures in the Matadors' dismantling of Cal Poly
man pictured looks mildly angry

NCAA says academic fraud is the reason for men’s basketball’s self-imposed ban

Kendall Faulkner December 7, 2016
Last season's self-imposed ban after "violations of team and university policies" was due to academic fraud.
Junior second baseman Fred Smith looks for a potential triple play in the sixth inning, February 26, 2016. Smith also had two hits in the game. (Max Zeronian/Sundial)

This week in Matador sports

Julius Lasin March 2, 2016
This week marks the end of the men's and women's basketball regular season
Sophomore Aaron Parks led the Matadors to win over UC Riverside with his 29 points on Feb. 28, 2015. (File Photo/ The Sundial)

CSUN blows 20-point lead, still hangs on for road win

Daniel Robles February 4, 2016
CSUN was able to avenge a close loss earlier in the year by edging out UCR
Matadors Tre Hale-Edmerson, right, makes a reverse layup under the basket against the UC Irvine Anteaters which in result of a 63 - 73 loss on Jan. 28, 2016 in Northridge, Calif. (David Hawkins / The Sundial)

UCI’s size proved too much for CSUN

Daniel Robles January 28, 2016
Anteaters serve second double-digit loss in a row for the Matadors with two seven foot centers
CSUN captured the lead twice in the last five minutes, but once again, faltered in the closing moments (File Photo / Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

Men’s basketball admits violation, self-imposes ban

Sarah Goulding January 7, 2016
CSUN men's basketball self-imposed a post-season ban.
Head Coach Reggie Theus during the Matadors game against UC Riverside on Feb. 28, 2015. File Photo/Sundial Photo credit: Trevor Stamp

Men’s Basketball: CSUN names three new hires

Kenneth Berry August 4, 2015
The matadors have hired a Director of Basketball Operations, assistant coach, and team coordinator for the 2015-2016 season.
Former CSUN Matador mens basketball assistant coach Jay Morris accepted a job as an assistant coach for the University of Nevada, Reno Wolfpack mens basketball team on Thursday after five years at CSUN. Image credit/Go Matadors

Men’s Basketball: Former CSUN assistant coach Jay Morris accepts position at University of Nevada

Kenneth Berry April 17, 2015
Jay Morris leaves CSUN after five years to be an assistant coach for the Wolfpack in Reno, Nevada.
Webb averaged 2.6 points 1.7 assists and one rebound per game in 31 games in his only season at CSUN. File Photo/The Sundial

Breaking: Freshman guard Taelin Webb will transfer from CSUN

Julius Lasin April 16, 2015

CSUN freshman guard Taelin Webb is leaving the men’s basketball program after one season and is transferring, according to Webb via Twitter. "Looking at the roster and the point-guard spot, I felt...

Duke Blue Devils guard Tyus Jones (5), center, and his teammates celebrate their 68-63 win over Wisconsin in the NCAA National Championship game on Monday, April 6, 2015, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. (Sam Riche/TNS)

How the internet reacted to the NCAA Final

Vincent Nguyen April 7, 2015

The Duke Blue Devils came out on top against the Wisconsin Badgers in a tight game that ended 68-63 Monday night in the NCAA Men's Basketball Final, becoming the National Champions for the fifth time in...

Over the course of the season, seven freshman players - Michael Warren, Tavrion Dawson, Zacarry Douglas, Jerron Wilbut, Jibreel Faulkner, Kevin Johnson and Miles Nolen-Webb--did not dress for every game, with the exception of Douglas, who played the first two.
File Photo/The Sundial

Administration mum on men’s basketball investigation

Julius Lasin April 2, 2015

The silence surrounding the men's basketball program is deafening. Five months after CSUN announced an investigation of the men's basketball program regarding a possible violation of team and university...

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