November 17, 2009 |
Texas Christian 83, Cal State Northridge 65: Edvinas Ruzgas scored 24 points and made five of the Horned Frogs' 12 three-point baskets in a first-round game in the West bracket of the preseason NIT at Tempe, Ariz. Ruzgas tied his career high in points and three-point baskets as TCU (2-0) extended its streak to 343 games with a made three-pointer. Kenny Daniels led the Matadors (0-2) with 14 points, while Lenny Daniel had 11 points and eight rebounds. -- Associated Press SCHEDULE CS Northridge vs. Texas State.
December 1, 2002 |
MEN Howard (1-1) at CS Northridge (0-2), 4:30 p.m. -- Northridge plays four of its next five games at home. Foul trouble has plagued the Matadors, who lost to No. 9 Oregon, 86-77, in their last outing. Six Northridge players scored in double figures. Howard Coach Frankie Allen picked up the 200th win of his career when the Bison beat Radford, 62-58, in overtime Thursday. Senior forward Kyle Williams averages 18 points. -- Paul McLeod
November 14, 2001 |
Cal State Northridge is poised to sack football, a move that not only would end 40 years of college play in the San Fernando Valley, but also create a void for local high school and junior college players who prefer to continue their careers close to home. The Matadors play their season finale at Portland State on Saturday, and University President Jolene Koester has said she will decide by Thanksgiving if that will be Northridge's final game.
May 13, 2001 |
Jon Horwitz doubled twice and Glendale College defeated Riverside, 9-5, in a Southern California regional baseball game Saturday at Riverside. Glendale (32-10), seeded No. 6, advanced to today's final of the four-team, double-elimination tournament. Riverside (38-7), seeded No. 3 and the defending state champion, defeated Cerritos, 5-1, in an elimination game on Saturday and needs to defeat Glendale twice today to advance to the second round next weekend. The first game is at noon.
March 16, 2001 |
STARTING LINEUPS *--* CS NORTHRIDGE Pos.
March 2, 2001 |
This time, Markus Carr made the basket. And Cal State Northridge made good on Coach Bobby Braswell's prediction. Carr's off-balance 17-foot jump shot with 2.2 seconds to play lifted Northridge to an 86-84 victory over Eastern Washington before 2,971 Thursday night at Reese Court, giving the Matadors their first Big Sky Conference regular-season title and the right to host the conference tournament next week.