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Women’s Soccer: Matadors welcome undefeated Michigan

Women's Soccer: Matadors welcome undefeated Michigan

Alex Curran

August 28, 2012

The Matadors (2-1-1) will try to get back on the winning track tomorrow against the undefeated Michigan Wolverines (5-0), who visit Matador Soccer Field Thursday at 7 p.m. Senior midfielder Stephanie Galarze got the season off to a roaring start, scoring two goals in the first two games, helping the Matadors to a 2-0 record. She received Big West Offensive Player of the Week honor...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors face tough schedule as season begins

Casey Delich

August 27, 2012

CSUN hopes to build off the momentum of last year’s third straight visit to the Big West tournament, where a loss to Long Beach State in the quarterfinals ended its season after compiling a 7-10-2 record including 4-3-1 in conference play. With the return of Big West Goalkeeper of the Year Cynthia Jacob...

Matador veterans hope to lead team to postseason play for first time in three years

Alex Curran

August 27, 2012

Expectations are high for the men's soccer team this season as it looks to make the playoffs for the first time in three years behind five selections to the All-Big West first and second teams. The Matadors went 8-8-3 last season and narrowly missed the playoffs, but saw a big improvement from the 2010 season when they finished 3-14-2. “Two years ago was a bad year,” said head coach Terry Davila. “We improved l...

Men’s Soccer: CSUN opens season with Wilson Titan Tournament win

Andrew Clark

August 27, 2012

The Matadors defeated the Portland Pilots and the American University Eagles to claim the Wilson Titan Classic championship in Fullerton over the weekend. On Friday, CSUN smashed Portland 4-0, thanks to a scoring flurry by newcomer forward Sagi Lev-Ari, who led the team with two goals in his Northridge debut. Sophomore forward Edwin Rivas and senior defender Joe Franco adde...

CSUN can’t stop Baylor free kicks in first loss of season

Jonathan Andrade

August 24, 2012

CSUN women’s soccer team headed into Friday night’s home match undefeated but wasn’t ready for the pair of free kicks No. 24 Baylor put into the net and fell to the Bears, 2-1. Baylor spotted CSUN an early own goal but capitalized on two set pieces to hand CSUN its first loss of the young season. “They’re a tough team to play against,” said head coach Keith West. “We lost our...

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