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Women’s Basketball: CSUN heads back to the Big Dance, defeats Hawai’i 67-60

Seniors Janae Sharpe (left) and Ashlee Guay embrace after the Matadors win the Big West Championship for a second year in a row on March 14. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Mateo Melero

March 14, 2015

It's deja vu all over again for CSUN's champion basketball team -- well almost. Though they lost the outright championship title to the Hawai'i Rainbow Wahine this season, they managed to take the Big West Tournament away from them Saturday night 67-60 at the Honda Center in Anaheim. "Through...

Women’s basketball: CSUN books trip to second straight Big West Final

Senior Janae Sharpe fights her way up to the basket for the Matadors in their semifinal game against UC Davis on March 13. The Matadors defeated the Aggies 61-47. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Mateo Melero

March 13, 2015

There was last year when CSUN put down a team at the Big West Tournament semifinals for the first time in the season. And then there was this year, when they did it again. CSUN defeated the University of California, Davis down 61-47, for the first time in the season, allowing a shot at the championship...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN face UC Irvine in Big West semi-finals

Senior Cinnamon Lister tries to let off a shot as moments before she was fouled by Long Beach's Chantel Dooley during the first half of the Matadors' game on March 5, 2015. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Mateo Melero

March 12, 2015

The CSUN Matadors will echo a Big West Tournament semi-final setup seen last year when they faced off against the University of California, Davis Friday -- a team that have not defeated in the regular season. Last year, CSUN played their first semi-final game against the University of California,...

CSUN Basketball Players of the Year

The freshman frontcourt player becomes the first women's basketball player to win consecutive Big West Player of the weeks since 2007. (File Photo / The Sundial)

Vincent Nguyen

March 11, 2015

With so much hype going into the 2013-2014 basketball season for the Men and Women's teams the reality is that the usual suspects performed up to expectations and some even went above and beyond. Such is the case for record-breaking senior Ashlee Guay and sophomore Aaron Parks, who more than earned player...

Women’s Basketball Playoffs: Strong play key for Big West repeat

The women's basketball bench has played a big role in regular season success. Will it carry on to the playoffs? Trevor Stamp/Multimedia Editor

Mateo Melero

March 11, 2015

There isn't much that awards, victories and the conference honors haven't already said about the Matadors starting five who led the team to the NCAA Tournament last year. Last year's seniors, Ashlee Guay, Cinnamon Lister, Janae Sharpe, Camille Mahlknecht and Randi Friess led the conquest of the Big...

ICYMI: Highlights from CSUN women’s basketball senior night victory against Long Beach State

ICYMI: Highlights from CSUN women's basketball senior night victory against Long Beach State

Lauren Bennett

March 8, 2015 CSUN women's basketball faced Long Beach State in their final regular season game at home March 5th, defeating the 49ers 77-61. Thursday night's win capped off the careers of the starting five as the seniors potentially played their final home game....

Women’s Basketball: Ashlee Guay earns Big West Player of the Week

Senior guard Ashlee Guay awarded Big West Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week for her stellar play.
Photo courtesy of GoMatadors.

Kenneth Berry

March 2, 2015

CSUN senior guard Ashlee Guay earned the Big West Women's Basketball Player of the Week after leading the Matadors past California State University, Fullerton and University of California, Riverside last week. Guay scored 15 points in CSUN's win against Fullerton, which moved her past Ofa Tulikihihif...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN swats down Riverside Highlanders, wins sixth straight

Senior Cinnamon Lister looks for a way past three UC Irvine defenders during the second half of the Matadors game on Feb. 21, 2015. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Javier Cabrera

March 1, 2015

The CSUN women’s basketball team’s winning streak kept rolling in Riverside on Saturday night. The Matadors (20-9, Big West 10-5) captured their sixth straight victory with a dominating 88-70 victory over UC Riverside. Coach Jason Flowers said he told the team the victory has been the best...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN faces second round against UC Riverside

Women's Basketball: CSUN faces second round against UC Riverside

Mateo Melero

February 28, 2015

CSUN puts their five-game streak to the test Saturday night against the University of California, Riverside, a team that bested them earlier this season 68-56. In a Matadome home game Feb. 29, the CSUN swapped the lead several time in the the first half against Riverside before being overtaken. The...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN slips into second place in Big West with Fullerton victory

File Photo/The Sundial

Mateo Melero

February 27, 2015

Thursday night's victory over California State University, Fullerton 65-53 saw record-setting shooting for the Matadors and a push into the Big West Conference' second-place spot. Senior guard Ashlee Guay secured her teams' all-time scoring high with a 3-pointer landed in the last moments of the second half. That long shot, which mark...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN face CSUF in second Big West faceoff

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Mateo Melero

February 25, 2015

The Matadors will play the first of the final three games left in the regular season against the lower ranked California State University, Fullerton Thursday. Fullerton stands third to last in the Big West Conference and was defeated Saturday by the last place team, University of California, Santa...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN rises to third in Big West with win over UC Irvine

Freshman Tessa Boagni doesn't let a hand her face stop her from going up for a shot against UC Irvine during the first half of the Matadors' game on Feb. 21, 2015. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Mateo Melero

February 22, 2015

It's looking like last year's Big West champs are continuing to pull away from their mid-season lackluster and gain their bearings as the conference tournament nears. The Matadors racked up their fourth consecutive win against the second to last place University of California, Irvine Anteaters Saturday...

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