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Women’s basketball: Matadors dominate Dons 77-33

Jonathan Andrade

December 6, 2012

CSUN’s offense came alive Wednesday night in a 77-33 laugher of a victory against the University of San Francisco in the Matadome. Northridge shot an astounding 46 percent from the field as freshman Marta Masoni and sophomore Camille Mahlknecht combined to score 29 points in the blowout, while CSUN...

Women’s basketball: Guay and Co. look to stay above .500 with visit from San Francisco University

Women's basketball: Guay and Co. look to stay above .500 with visit from San Francisco University

Ron Rokhy

December 4, 2012

After a strong 2-0 start, the Matadors (4-3) look  to bounce back at home against San Francisco (4-3) Wednesday night after losing three out of their last five. CSUN last lost 73-63 on the road against San Jose State, which saw Northridge get outrebounded 47-38 while giving up a 43.3 shooting perce...

Women’s basketball: Italian-born forward Marta Masoni has taken the Matadome by storm

Women's basketball: Italian-born forward Marta Masoni has taken the Matadome by storm

Jonathan Bue

December 4, 2012

Opponents of CSUN’s women’s basketball team have got to be asking where the team got their new Italian engine, Marta Masoni. Just seven games into the season, and it’s clear the kind of impact the freshman -- who throws in 3-pointers like daggers -- has had for the Matadors. Not only does...

Women’s Basketball: Sophomore Janae Sharpe leads team on and off court

Jonathan Bue

November 7, 2012

  CSUN guard Janae Sharpe has a backup plan just in case basketball doesn’t work out for her. But after being named Big West Freshman of the Year last season and earning preseason All-Conference team honors, that plan is looking more and more like the retirement kind. Outside of a...

Women’s Basketball: Matadors look to build on strong 2011 campaign

Women's Basketball: Matadors look to build on strong 2011 campaign

Ammons Smith

November 7, 2012

  The CSUN women’s basketball team is looking to improve from a second-place finish in the Big West Conference last season. Northridge has already been predicted to finish first in the conference while Guay and Sharpe were picked for the Big West Preseason All-Conference Team. Head ...

Women’s basketball: Matadors go 3-0 in Big West in win over Long Beach State

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Ron Rokhy

January 7, 2012

For the third game in a row, the Matadors (8-7, 3-0 Big West) used lockdown defense to amend for their offensive struggles in a 57-50 victory over Long Beach State (7-9, 2-1) Saturday night at Walter Pyramid Arena. Despite scoring 57 points, CSUN held the 49ers to 34 percent shooting and caus...

Women’s basketball: Sharpe’s dagger finishes the Anteaters in first Big West matchup

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Anthony Carpio

December 29, 2011

It was a defensive display from CSUN guard Janae Sharpe and center Camille Mahlknecht that led the Matadors (6-7, 1-0 Big West) to a 55-49 victory against UC Irvine (4-9, 0-1) Thursday night at the Matadome. In its Big West Conference season opener, CSUN pushed its defense effort to come away with 16 steals, seven blocks...

CSUN women’s basketball defeats Titans, Jasmine Erving scores career-high 35 points

Jay Guillory

February 13, 2011

A night for a player who is averaging career numbers ended with a high note as she led her team to a victory. Matador center Jasmine Erving scored a career-high 35 points becoming the ninth player in school history to score over 1,000 career points in a 71-65 win over the Cal State Fullerton Titans...

Women’s Basketball seeks third win of the season

Jay Guillory

February 9, 2011

The Matadors are coming off a big 82-72 victory at UC Irvine that put them in a position to reach the Big West Conference tournament in March. The team has only seven games left, four which are at home. The Cal State Northridge women’s basketball team (2-21, 2-8 BWC) dealt UCI its fifth conference loss with hot shooting, recording a season-high 64.3...

CSUN women’s basketball is seeking first win at home

Jay Guillory

January 26, 2011

With only 11 games left in the season, the Matadors look to finish the season strong to make a final push toward making the Big West Conference tournament, starting with UC Irvine and UC Santa Barbara. Women’s basketball head coach Jason Flowers still believes his team will have a shot to make the...

Matadors face tough Waves in season opener

Raul Magana

November 17, 2010

The Cal State Northridge women’s basketball team will have its first opportunity to prove skeptics wrong when they open the season against Pepperdine University tonight at the Matadome. After a long offseason, one which welcomed a new coaching staff and new play scheme, the Matadors are still held...

CSUN’s women basketball team continues to fall in the Big West

Michael Johnson

February 1, 2010

It looks like the Matador’s (3-15, 1-7 Big West) dream of winning a conference title is fading away quickly after suffering back-to-back road losses to Long beach State 65-40, Thursday night and falling to UC Santa Barbara 69-55 Saturday afternoon. Northridge did not get the memo that they have to win in order to cla...

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