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Back to losing ways, CSUN women’s basketball falls to Cal Poly

Michael Johnson

January 25, 2010

Once again the Cal State Northridge women’s basketball team falls behind early and then tries to make an amazing comeback to win the game. Unfortunately for the Matadors, they were unable to get over the hump against Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, falling 73-60 Saturday afternoon at the Matadome. It has been the story of the season for the wome...

Women’s Basketball: Raining 3-pointers give Matadors latest loss against Cal State Bakersfield, 91-71

Michael Johnson

January 12, 2010

Basketball experts usually say that it takes a team effort to win. However, on Monday night one woman beat the Matadors, and her name is Amber Williams. The Cal State Northridge women’s team lost 91-71 to Cal State Bakersfield because of her game. Who is Amber Williams? She is a freshman point guard out of Fontana, Calif. She was hot from downtown, shooting 8...

Women’s Basketball: Tough start hurts the Matadors, fall to UC Irvine 69-64

Michael Johnson

January 10, 2010

When the women’s basketball team woke up Thursday morning, they probably did not think they would fall behind 19-0 that night to start their game against UC Irvine. The Matadors fell behind early to the Anteaters and ended up losing 69-64. The Matadors could have won the game, but they decided to s...

CSUN Basketball Preview 2009-10: Rosters, Stats, Schedules and more


November 10, 2009

Matador basketball fans need to know what the men's and women's team have in store for the upcoming season? Sundial Sports has you covered with preview stories and everything else you need to know for the new year.    To download PDF version click here....

Women Matadors make a difference

Michael Johnson

September 29, 2009

The CSUN women’s basketball team made a difference this past weekend, by getting involved in California Coastal Cleanup Day. The event took place at 69 inland and beach locations in Los Angeles; the Matador women focused on Balboa Park. It was a record-setting event. A record number of people—14,038 in all— cleaned up beaches, parks, alleys, creeks a...

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