May 5, 1989
Chapman College stayed close to Cal State Northridge through four innings, but Northridge put together five runs in the fifth inning and went on to an 8-6 victory in a California Collegiate Athletic Assn. baseball game at Northridge Thursday. The score was tied, 3-3, before Northridge took control in the fifth inning. Designated hitter Jody Garcia went three for four with a home run a double and two RBIs for Chapman (22-25, 10-15).
May 14, 1989
Cal State Dominguez Hills pitcher Rick Davis set a California Collegiate Athletic Assn. record for most strikeouts in a season Saturday to help the Toros defeat visiting Cal State Northridge, 9-6, in their season finale. The Toros finished with a 16-29-2 record, 11-18-1 in the CCAA. Davis struck out seven in four innings of relief to push his season total to 171. The old record of 170 was set by Mark Wiley of Cal Poly Pomona in 1971.
October 31, 1985
Cal State Northridge rebounded from a one-game deficit Wednesday night to record a 12-15, 15-11, 9-15, 15-11, 15-2 California Collegiate Athletic Assn. womens volleyball victory over Cal Poly Pomona before a crowd of 527 at Cal Poly. CSUN, ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division II, improved its record to 17-9 overall and 7-0 in the CCAA. Cal Poly, ranked fourth, fell to 23-8 and 6-2. Senior Heather Hafner paced the Lady Matadors with 18 kills, 3 aces and 12 digs. Teammate Shelli Mosby had a .
January 28, 1992
Coach--Mike Weathers, ninth year. 1991 Records--15-36, 10-20 in the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. (sixth). Top returning regulars--Mike Giuseffi, 1B, Sr., batted .303 with 12 RBIs; Pete Coleman, RHP, Sr., 3.41 ERA and nine complete games. Top newcomers--Buster Nietzke, OF, Jr., second-team All-Orange Empire Conference for Saddleback; Jason White, OF, Jr., batted .369 for Golden West; Chris Briones, C, Fr., batted .427 with five homers for Brea-Olinda High; Tom Puppe, 1B, Jr. batted .
April 9, 1989
Cal State Northridge, ranked third in the nation, split a California Collegiate Athletic Assn. softball doubleheader Saturday at Cal State Bakersfield. In the first game, Debbie Dickmann improved her record to 23-4 in pitching a four-hitter as CSUN won, 3-2. Bakersfield, the defending national champion, won the second game, 1-0, as Northridge starter Heather Lindstrom dropped to 11-4. The Roadrunners (2-4 in league play) made a first-inning run hold up. CSUN suffered its first conference loss and is 37-13, 7-1 in CCAA play.