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Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

CSUN beach volleyball teammates Emily Sparks, 15, and Mikaela Maughan, 22, slap hands as they celebrate scoring against the University of San Francisco on March 31, 2023, at the CSUN Beach Volleyball Complex in Northridge, Calif.

Matador Spring Sports Recap

Maxwell Clark and Joseph Gonzalez May 30, 2023

Men’s basketball The CSUN men’s basketball team ended its season with just seven wins and went winless on the road this year. The team ended with 25 losses. The Matadors have not had more than...

A CSUN Womens basketball play in wihte jersey handing the ball to get pass a denfender in orange jersey.

Women’s basketball keeps pace with Davis after win over Fullerton

Kenneth Birkland February 2, 2019
Women's basketball defeated Cal State Fullerton Thursday in a 30-point rout
Womens Basketball 2014-2015 bench on March 5, 2015. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Matadors snap four game losing streak

David Yapkowitz March 5, 2016
CSUN women's basketball hopes to continue to win at their final game in the Matadome for the season.
Despite a late rally, the Matadors could not get their fourth straight winning, running out of gas on the road against Long Beach State. (File Photo/Raul Martinez/The Sundial)

CSUN falls short in overtime after late comeback

David Yapkowitz February 5, 2016
Their three-game winning streak was snapped after falling short on the road.
The freshman frontcourt player becomes the first womens basketball player to win consecutive Big West Player of the weeks since 2007. (File Photo / The Sundial)

Freshman forward wins second straight Big West player of the week

Harry Bennett February 2, 2016
Channon Fluker becomes the first repeat winner of the Big West award since 2007
CSUN basketball player struggles to fight through three Masters College Women basketball players.

Despite improvement, Matadors lose fourth straight

David Yapkowitz November 23, 2015
Non-conference play continues to be dreary for the defending Big West champions
CSUNs seasons starts off with a loss to the Saint Marys College Gaels by a final score of 59-93 at the Matadome in Northridge, Calif. on Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. The Matadors started the season with a slow first half and were unable to make a comeback. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial) Photo credit: Raul Martinez

Matadors routed for second straight game at home

David Yapkowitz November 14, 2015
Defense is still an issue for the Matadors
File Photo / The Sundial

Women’s Basketball: Tessa Boagni earns spot on New Zealand National team

Kenneth Berry July 20, 2015
Sophomore forward/center now joins her mother and older sister as members of the Tall Ferns.
The Matadors celebrate after winning their first Big West Conference Championship against Cal Poly Mustangs at the Honda Center, 73-58. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp

Ashlee Guay and Olympia Jewett announced as nominees for the 2015 Women of the Year Award

Kenneth Berry June 19, 2015
After memorable CSUN careers, the NCAA announced Ashlee Guay and Olympia Jewett as two of 480 nominees for the 2015 Woman of the Year Award.
File photo/The Sundial

Women’s Basketball: CSUN adds Australian transfer Jordan Smith

Kenneth Berry May 29, 2015
Women's head basketball coach Jason Flowers adds another international player in forward Jordan Smith.
CSUN womens basketball welcomes two new players to their team for the new 2015-2016 season.

Women’s Basketball: CSUN acquires fresh faces for upcoming season

Vincent Nguyen April 20, 2015
Claudia Ramos and Ameriya Jackson puts pen to paper as new CSUN athletes.
The Matadors were unable to stop Stanfords second-half rally, falling to the Cardinals in the first round of the NCAA Womens Tournament on March 21. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Women’s Basketball: CSUN falls to Stanford in NCAA first round

Mateo Melero March 21, 2015

Though CSUN fell 73-60 to the Stanford University in the first round of the NCAA tournament Saturday evening, they gave the larger team a good fight. In a match that included several lead changes, CSUN...

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