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Women’s Soccer: Matadors shut out against No. 20 Kansas State

Trevor Talan

September 13, 2014

CSUN suffered a 2-0 loss to No. 20 Kansas State Wildcats (7-0) Friday, in their first non-conference matchup on the road this weekend. The now 7-0 Kansas and Matadors (2-3-1) faced off for a brutal 75 minutes with no score until the Jayhawk's Jamie Fletcher pushed one across the line. With a whopping...

Men’s Soccer: Matadors Clinch Holiday Inn Hurricane Classic Title with win over Tulsa

Matadors  2-1 win over Tulsa in overtime seals the Holiday Inn Hurricane Classic Championship

Vincent Nguyen

September 7, 2014

Matadors sophomore midfielder Nicolas Camacho and senior forward Sagi Lev-Ari shined on offense as the Matadors (2-2-0) clinched the 2014 Holiday Inn Hurricane Classic Championship after defeating the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (2-2-0) 2-1 in overtime. Junior goalkeeper Adam Hobbs and Lev-Ari were...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors energized after home opener

Brittanie Sakajian, senior, forward for the Matadors, battles off two opponents as she races towards the goal.
Photo Credit: Trevor Talan/ The Sundial

Trevor Talan

September 6, 2014

  CSUN (1-2-1) brought the energy back to Matador Soccer Field with a victory over Gonzaga (3-2-0) in their 2014 home opener Friday night. Pushing hard in the final moments of the match, the Matadors crossed a ball deep into Bulldog territory to be headed in for an own goal by Gonzaga in ...

Women’s Soccer: Utah keeps CSUN scoreless

The Matadors were unable to secure their first win of the season against the Utah Utes.

Trevor Talan

September 1, 2014

The Matadors (0-2-1) posted a disappointing 2-0 loss to the Utah Utes (3-0-1), this past Sunday, for their third non-conference loss on the road. Goal-less through their first three games, The Matadors started the Utah game strong with senior forward Brittanie Sakajian rocketing off a shot at the c...

Men’s Soccer: No. 24 Matadors fail to open season with a win

The Matadors opened their season with two losses to non-conference opponents from the state of Colorado. File photo/The Sundial

Vincent Nguyen

September 1, 2014

Ranked No.24 in the nation, the Matadors (0-2) traveled to Colorado for non-conference play but  suffered two consecutive losses is separate road-games this weekend. The team fell to 2-1 to the Denver Pioneers (1-0) , in Friday’s season opener at Denver, before stumbling on another 2-1 loss...

Men’s Soccer: Postseason Hinges on Experience

Gabe Robinson, sophomore, defender jumps for the ball in to take control of the play during the teams practice. Photo Credit: Vincent Nguyen/ The Sundial

Vincent Nguyen

August 25, 2014

  The Matador men’s soccer team are looking to strike back with full force this season, after a devastating loss in the second round of the NCAA tournament last fall. It’s a new season, but Head Coach Terry Davila is planning on making small tactical changes this season. “Tactica...

Northridge’s All-American Matador

Forward Sagi Lev-Ari scored 16 goals last season, and was voted one of 32 players to watch for the MAC Hermann Trophy. Aside from working on his game, the senior finance major maintains a 3.0 GPA. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp/The Sundial

Vincent Nguyen

August 25, 2014

With more than twenty matches left in his senior season, senior forward Sagi Lev-Ari has plenty of time to add to an already prestigious Matador Career At six-foot-one, the senior finance major from Israel was recently voted one of 32 players to watch for the MAC Hermann trophy, by the National Socc...

Among many deserving candidates, few stand out for Manchester United boss

Among many deserving candidates, few stand out for Manchester United boss

Andrew Martinez

April 28, 2014

    Suffering their worst season in Premier League history since 1992, Manchester United decided to sack manager David Moyes sacked on Tuesday, a hasty but unsurprising decision on a manager barely 10 months into his career.  Although the English Premier League (EPL) is nearing it...

Men’s Soccer: Recapping CSUN’s record-setting season

Men's Soccer: Recapping CSUN's record-setting season

Darko Debogovic

December 2, 2013

The CSUN men’s soccer team (15-7-1) concluded the 2013 season with a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to the Stanford Cardinal (10-6-4) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Sunday night at Matador Soccer Field. Despite the early exit, the Matadors managed to string together seven consecutive wins to st...

Men’s Soccer: Tournament hopes crushed by Stanford Cardinal

Men's Soccer: Tournament hopes crushed by Stanford Cardinal

Andrew Martinez

November 25, 2013

The Stanford Cardinal (10-6-4) left Northridge with a victory as they defeated the 15th seed Matadors (15-7-1) at Matador Soccer Field on Sunday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Cardinal would score the match’s lone goal in the first half, as Stanford defender Matt Taylor h...

Men’s Soccer: Matadors fail to repeat Big West title, fall to Anteaters 1-0 in championship

Men's Soccer: Matadors fail to repeat Big West title, fall to Anteaters 1-0 in championship

Andrew Martinez

November 17, 2013

The No. 25 Matadors (15-6-1, 5-4-1 Big West) fell in the Big West Men's Championship to No. 18 UC Irvine (14-4-3, 7-2-1 Big West) Sunday at Anteater Stadium. UC Irvine junior forward Cameron Iwasa received a shovel side pass from Enrique Cardens and found the back of the net in the 65th minute for the...

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