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Favela stays hot in Matadors win over Utah Valley

Favela hits game winner for CSUN's second consecutive win

CSUN battled San Diego to overtime draw

Matadors record fourth shutout of the season.

Matadors fall to UC Riverside, will miss postseason

The Matadors can't find their offense, costing them a postseason berth
CSUN soccer player taking a break from a game as they prepare to continue to play.

Matadors fall to Titans, now four spots behind first place

The Matadors postseason hopes take a hit with a loss to the Titans

The Road to Recovery: Sports Injuries

Athletes like Rachel Webb rehab from injury but many people may not know the grueling process it takes to make it back.

Players reflect before Senior Night

With the season coming to a close, the CSUN Women's Soccer team will say goodbye to four players that have played an integral part...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors open Big West Conference play against UCSB

Bloodied but unbowed, CSUN Women’s Soccer (3-7-1) enter Big West Conference play confident of a top four finish and a resulting ticket into the...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors fall 1-0 to LMU before conference play begins

  CSUN women's soccer (3-7-1) suffered a 1-0 away loss against Loyola Marymount University on Sunday in their last non-conference matchup before Big West play...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors slump to 1-0 defeat against Santa Clara

Despite a strong overall performance, CSUN women's soccer (3-6-1) took a 1-0 loss to Santa Clara (6-4-0) in Friday night's contest at Matador Soccer...

Women’s Soccer: CSUN offense catches fire against Weber State

  Cool heads and cooler climates proved favorable for the Matadors (3-5-1) as they shot back from Friday's loss with a big 4-0 win over...

Women’s Soccer: Utah keeps CSUN scoreless

The Matadors (0-2-1) posted a disappointing 2-0 loss to the Utah Utes (3-0-1), this past Sunday, for their third non-conference loss on the road. Goal-less...

Meet your athletes: Cynthia Tafoya

When Cynthia Tafoya, 20, enters the Matador Soccer Field, she is ready to protect her turf. The junior English major with a minor in Journalism...
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