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Matadors offense stymied, UCLA routs CSUN 77-45

The CSUN Men's basketball team fell early in the game and were unable to recover losing to UCLA by a final score of 45-77 at  Pauley Pavillion on Sunday Nov. 29, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

Julius Lasin

November 29, 2015

Following a heartbreaking overtime loss to the Loyola Marymount University Lions, the CSUN men’s basketball team was walloped by the UCLA Bruins, 77-45. The Matadors, who were still without guards Jerron Wilbut and Aaron Parks, were dominated from the tip, falling behind 14-0 and going over six...

Things to do at CSUN: 4/28-5/1

Brooke Holland

April 28, 2015

4 p.m. – Tuesday, April 28 Nerdier Pourat, CSUN alumna and director of UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, will discuss her research on assessing ethnic, racial and other disparities in access to care of under-served populations. Pourat has examined the differences between access to cervical and...

Matador News: February 19th, 2015

Matador News: February 19th, 2015

Matador News

February 19, 2015

President Obama addresses discrimination against the Muslim community; the Siberian Express leaves Niagara Falls and much of the northeast frozen, and Matador News reporter Bianca Gallegos is in the Sundial Studio with Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Officer Frank Alvarez to talk about...

Baseball: Matadors stay undefeated after stumping Gonzaga 5-1

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Alicia Zerai

February 16, 2015

It wasn’t a normal start to CSUN’s baseball game this Sunday afternoon as the Matadors defeated Gonzaga 5-1. The undefeated Matadors started off their game with a little trip down memory lane. CSUN began with a tribute to the 1965 San Fernando Valley State Matadors for their 50 year reunion....

National Signing Day molding stars or money makers?

What's the point of signing day if big named recruits don't end up at the Super Bowl? Photo courtesy of Tribune News Services

Pete D. Camarillo

February 7, 2015

Across the Nation, top-flight high school recruits selected where they would resume their amateurs careers on Wednesday. In case you have missed ESPN's coverage across its slew of networks, you might have missed notables such as Cordell Broadus, Snoop Dogg's son, to Khalil McKenzie, Raider General Manager Reggie McKen...

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...

Baseball: Matadors fall 7-1 to defending champion UCLA Bruins

Baseball: Matadors fall 7-1 to defending champion UCLA Bruins

Andrew Martinez

February 19, 2014

Facing their first test of the season on Tuesday, the Matadors (2-2) fell 7-1 to the defending national champion No. 12 UCLA Bruins (3-1) at Jackie Robinson Stadium. Matador starting right-handed pitcher Calvin Copping pitched four innings of one-run ball, but was removed with a Bruin on secon...

Men’s Volleyball: Matador drop first leg of SoCal road trip

Men's Volleyball: Matador drop first leg of SoCal road trip

Kevin Linares

February 13, 2014

The UC Santa Barbara Gauchos (7-3, 6-3 MPSF) proved to be too much for the Matadors (3-7, 3-6 MPSF) at Rob Gym Wednesday night, as they won the match in straight sets, 25-18, 25-19, 25-16.  The Gauchos extended CSUN’s losing streak to four matches. Cal State Northridge was led by junior middle blocke...

Men’s Soccer: Northridge suffers first loss of season to Bruins

Men's Soccer: Northridge suffers first loss of season to Bruins

Darko Debogovic

September 22, 2013

  The Matadors saw their hopes of making history slip away with a 4-2 loss to UCLA, Sunday night at The Matador Soccer Field. Two second half goals helped the Bruins hold onto their lead, handing Northridge its first loss of the season. “We could have been a little more focused and precise u...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors fall to fifth ranked Bruins 3-0

Sophomore defender Hayley Greep battles a UCLA forward as sophomore midfielder Taylor Hobson runs downfield.
Photo credit by Michael Arvizu / Daily Sundial

Brian Bernstein

August 26, 2013

In a nationally televised game, the Matadors (0-2) fell to fifth ranked UCLA (2-0) 3-0 Sunday evening at Drake Stadium. UCLA came out aggressive and scored all three of their goals in the first half putting CSUN on their heels from the start. It did not take long for the Bruins to strike first as senior midfielder Jenna Richmond found the bac...

Public colleges left out of Cal Grant funding proposal

Melissa Simon

April 2, 2013

A new bill has been introduced by Assembly members Beth Gaines and Mike Morrell that would return Cal Grant awards to the full amount before the 2012-13 budget cuts. Gaines, representative for the 6th District, co-authored AB 1085 with Morrell, representative for the 40th District, to combat the cuts to Cal Grant funding for students at priva...

LGBT is an American issue

Benjamin Andrews

September 23, 2012

                              I wish I could live in a world where no one cares about my sexual orientation. There are a lot of things in life I would have gladly avoided without having to cope with the social stressors of homophobia and hate. I wish I’d never been called a fag or a faggot. I wish ...

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