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Women’s Soccer: Big West win breaks 10 game road loss streak

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Trevor Talan

October 4, 2014

Overcoming what has eluded them since September of 2013, CSUN women's soccer (4-7-1, 1-0 Big West) took a big road win at Santa Barbara (6-4-2, 0-1 Big West), Friday, in their Big West Conference debut. With apropos timing, the Matadors secured their first Big West win coming off a 10 game losing str...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors open Big West Conference play against UCSB

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Shaka Dixon

October 2, 2014

Bloodied but unbowed, CSUN Women’s Soccer (3-7-1) enter Big West Conference play confident of a top four finish and a resulting ticket into the Big West Conference Tournament. “We expected to do a lot better than we did in preseason, but overall, as a group, we did pretty well. We grew much m...

Men’s Soccer: Bruins bash Matadors in 3-0 loss before first conference game

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Vincent Nguyen

September 29, 2014

    The Matadors (4-4-1) stumbled to a 3-0 loss against the No. 1 UCLA Bruins (5-2-2) Sunday evening at Drake Stadium in their last match before conference play begins. The Matadors gifted the Bruins the lead in the first-half from an own goal, and then conceded two late goals to record their...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors fall 1-0 to LMU before conference play begins

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Trevor Talan

September 29, 2014

  CSUN women's soccer (3-7-1) suffered a 1-0 away loss against Loyola Marymount University on Sunday in their last non-conference matchup before Big West play begins this week. Despite the result, sophomore goalkeeper Jovani McCaskill put up a stellar performance for the evening, earning a ...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors slump to 1-0 defeat against Santa Clara

Matadors Kourtney Kutscher, center, tries to score as the Broncos midfielder Dani Weatherholt, left, races to the ball in the first half at the Matador Soccer Field on Friday, September 26, 2014 in Northridge, Calif. With the game resulting a 1-0 loss against the Santa Clara Broncos who proved to be a strong defensive team with a 5-4 record with no losses as the Matadors press on with several offensive plays despite the Broncos 5 saves the Matadors were unable to score. (Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins/The Sundial)

Trevor Talan

September 27, 2014

Despite a strong overall performance, CSUN women's soccer (3-6-1) took a 1-0 loss to Santa Clara (6-4-0) in Friday night's contest at Matador Soccer Field, in one of their last non- conference tune up matches before beginning Big West Conference play. "It seems like the last five games we haven't g...

Men’s Soccer: Lev-Ari Lifts Matadors to 2-1 Win Over Bakersfield in Double Overtime

Senior forward Sagi Lev-Ari heads the ball towards goal only to have a CSU Bakersfield defender deny him of scoring. Another CSUB defender would gift the Matadors a penalty kick seconds later. CSUN ultimately scored their penalty kick and won the game 2-1 after double overtime. Photo Credit: Vince Nguyen/ The Sundial

Vincent Nguyen

September 26, 2014

Senior forward Sagi Lev-Ari scored twice to give CSUN (4-3-1)  a tough 2-1 win over the Bakersfield Roadrunners (5-2-1) in double overtime at Matador Soccer Field. Last season’s All-American forward scored his seventh and eighth goals this season when he opened the scoring in just 38 seconds. ...

Women’s Soccer: CSUN offense catches fire against Weber State

Senior Melissa Lopez (center) and junior Tabatha Dickson embrace after Lopez scores a goal for the Matadors with Dickson on the assist. The Matadors shut-out the Weber State Wildcats, 4-0, finishing their weekend at home on a high note. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp/The Sundial

Trevor Talan

September 22, 2014

  Cool heads and cooler climates proved favorable for the Matadors (3-5-1) as they shot back from Friday's loss with a big 4-0 win over Weber State Wildcats (3-6-0) at Matador Soccer Field. In their second of three games at home, CSUN proved that their a contender this season with four...

Men’s Soccer: Matadors held to scoreless, draw against Nebraska Omaha

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Vincent Nguyen

September 20, 2014

The Matadors’ held off the Nebraska Omaha Mavericks (3-2-1) to a scoreless draw in double overtime despite playing with 10 men in the final minutes of the match at Titan Stadium in Fullerton. Senior forward Edwin Rivas was shown a red card in the 70th minute, but the Matadors played the Mavericks...

Women’ s Soccer: Matadors mauled by Arizona State

Sophomore Cynthia Sanchez charges for the ball against an Arizona State player during Friday night's game. The Matadors fell to the Sun Devils, 2-0. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp/The Sundial

Trevor Talan

September 20, 2014

CSUN women's soccer (2-5-1) took their first home loss (2-0) of the season Friday night in a non-conference match against Arizona State's (7-1-1) top notch offense. The Matadors came out aggressive in the first half with 9 fouls out of the season high 16  they would end the game with. The Su...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors end away shut-out streak against Missouri

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Trevor Talan

September 15, 2014

CSUN (2-4-1) ended a lengthy road shutout streak despite taking a 3-1 loss Sunday against Missouri (5-1-2) in their second matchup of the weekend. Junior Lyndsey Preston scored her first goal for the season and the only match point for the Matadors. The Matadors came out strong scoring in the fir...

Men’s Soccer: Lev-Ari nails game-winning goal against Bradley

Freshman Kevin Martinez tries to win over the ball with a slide tackle for the Matadors during the team's Sunday scorcher against the Bradley Braves. The Matadors pulled out a 1-0 win in the second overtime period. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp/The Sundial

Javier Cabrera

September 15, 2014

Cheers exploded from the sideline as the Matadors (3-3) rushed the field to grab forward Sagi Lev-Ari following his golden goal in double overtime Sunday, to defeat Bradley University Braves (1-4), 1-0. The only goal of the match came seconds into the second overtime period as Lev-Ari found th...

Men’s Soccer: Matadors fall to No. 8 New Mexico in home opener

Junior Marino Peixoto dribbles his way through the New Mexico Lobos' defense for the Matadors in their home opener on Friday night. The Matadors had no luck scoring a goal, falling 1-0. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp/ The Sundial

Vincent Nguyen

September 13, 2014

The Matadors' (2-3) late rally was not enough to hold off the No. 8 New Mexico Lobos (3-1), as the Matadors failed to reward a crowded home stadium with a goal in the seasons' home opener. The final result was a bitter 1-0 defeat for CSUN. New Mexico Midfielder Chris Wehan picked out a loos...

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