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Women’s Basketball: CSUN gives UC Santa Barbara Valentine’s Day crushing

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Mateo Melero

February 15, 2015

When a team is 0-23 for the season, it's hard to tell if another loss comes as a heartbreak. The University of Santa Barbara's defeat to CSUN 60-21 Valentines Day, was just another normal game to a so far winless year. CSUN gave no hearts to Santa Barbara Saturday night and put them down 60-21...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN takes stride out of Cal Poly’s Gallup

Women's Basketball: CSUN takes stride out of Cal Poly's Gallup

Mateo Melero

February 14, 2015

If there is one thing CSUN has learned in the past year when facing the Cal Poly Mustangs, it is that victory can only be achieved by knocking down their post and shutting out their guards. And they did so with a 70-58 win over the Mustangs CSUN kicked the legs out from underneath the Cal Poly...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN takes shine out of Long Beach 49ers’ so far golden season

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Mateo Melero

January 24, 2015

The CSUN Matadors defeated the current first place Big West team, California State University, Long Beach, 67-52 Saturday night, delivering the first conference defeat to the 49ers this season. The Matadors battled Long Beach for the lead throughout the two halfs before getting a sufficient ...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN devours last place UC Irvine Anteaters 72-63 in away game

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Mateo Melero

January 23, 2015

The CSUN Matadors bounced back from last week's defeat with consistent shooting from its guards to defeat the UC Irvine Anteaters 72-63 in an away game Thursday night. The Anteaters, who tie with the UC Santa Barbara for last place in the Big West Conference, trailed the entire game. Irvine neve...

Holiday Hoops: how the CSUN basketball teams fared over break

Ashlee Guay was instrumental in the women's basketball team over the break, earning a CSUN Athlete of the Week honor during the winter sessions. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp/Multimedia Editor

Vincent Nguyen

January 20, 2015

With many students going home and celebrating the holidays during the break, the CSUN basketball teams have been putting on a show for those that can make it out and support the Matadors. Here's how they did over the cold winter. Men’s (6-13, 2-2 Big West) Head coach Reggie Theus and company has ...

Women’s Basketball: Freshmen key to crushing UC Santa Barbara 84-48 in conference win

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Mateo Melero

January 16, 2015

  http://youtu.be/HUdQ0GdMAok Footage courtesy of Lauren Bennett The CSUN Matadors (12-5, 2-1) secured another victory Thursday night, with major contribution from promising freshman that brought a wire-to-wire 84-48 victory against the winless UC Santa Barbara Gauchos (0-15, 0-2). Upcoming promisin...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN loses first game of 2015 Big West Conference play to UC Davis

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Kenneth Berry

January 10, 2015

Done in by sloppy turnovers and lack of execution, the Matadors (10-5, 0-1 Big West) lost to the UC Davis Aggies (6-7, 1-0 Big West) 60-49 on Thursday night, making them the last team in the Big West conference to lose at home this season. A fast-paced first half featured both teams shooting lights ...

Sundial Sports Editor’s Fall Awards 2014

Pete D. Camarillo

December 10, 2014

With the semester coming to a wrap and finals upon us, let’s recap the standout performers of the Fall sports at CSUN. Super Senior- Sam Kaul, Women’s Volleyball, Sr. Award given to the most underrated senior Kaul didn’t lead her team kills, but anyone who watched a women’s volleyball...

2014-15 Basketball Issue #Blacktopfaceoff

2014-15 Basketball Issue #Blacktopfaceoff

Pete D. Camarillo

November 10, 2014

With the CSUN Basketball season on the brink, the annual Basketball issue drops this Wednesday, Nov. 12, in a special print addition. Both teams are coming off tremendous 2013-14 seasons, so both have even more expectations for the 2014-15 seasons as they premiere the new Blacktop floor at the Matadome. ...

Women’s Basketball: Matadors give gutsy effort but fall to Gamecocks in NCAA Tournament

Junior guard Janae Sharpe dribbles up-court during the first half of CSUN's first round game against the No. 1 seed South Carolina Gamecocks.  Photo Credit: Mateo Melero

Mateo Melero

March 23, 2014

  The Matadors gave testimony to the age-old adage that all good things eventually come to an end. Suffering heavily from the height of the South Carolina Gamecocks, the Matadors gave up the game 73-58 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. “I am extremely proud of our student athletes an...

Big West Tournament: Women win first-ever conference title, headed to Big Dance

Big West Tournament: Women win first-ever conference title, headed to Big Dance

Mateo Melero

March 15, 2014

  It was a long last minute. Trailing by 13 down the wire, the Cal Poly Mustangs began to foul in aim of stalling what was inevitable. They were close only moments before, having rallied with five minutes left to dig themselves out of a 20-point deficit with a 10-0 run, and come within a...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN wins Big West title outright with win at CSULB

Women's Basketball: CSUN wins Big West title outright with win at CSULB

Mateo Melero

March 7, 2014

The Matadors (16-14, 12-4 Big West) secured a historical first-ever Big West Conference title with a close win, 54-52 against the Long Beach State 49ers (15-14, 7-8 Big West) Thursday evening at Walter Pyramid. With the victory against Long Beach, CSUN has officially secured the first-place seed...

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