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September 23, 1993
Coach Marwan Ass'ad said the Cal State Northridge soccer team is "one step away from being very consistent." Actually, maybe a couple of small steps. Ass'ad continues to tinker with the lineup, this week moving Ron Lou from right fullback to the middle on defense and switching Matt Davis from the left side to replace Lou. Ross Linhart is the missing piece of the defensive puzzle. He missed Tuesday's match against Loyola Marymount because of a pulled hamstring.
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September 23, 1993
Coach Marwan Ass'ad said the Cal State Northridge soccer team is "one step away from being very consistent." Actually, maybe a couple of small steps. Ass'ad continues to tinker with the lineup, this week moving Ron Lou from right fullback to the middle on defense and switching Matt Davis from the left side to replace Lou. Ross Linhart is the missing piece of the defensive puzzle. He missed Tuesday's match against Loyola Marymount because of a pulled hamstring.
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SPORTS
September 30, 1993
Cal State Northridge has hired Cheryl Kennedy, formerly the women's basketball coach at Slippery Rock University, as its top women's assistant under Coach Kim Chandler. Kennedy had a 59-72 record in five seasons at Slippery Rock but was 36-18 the past two seasons. Cal State Northridge was 6-21 last season.
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October 28, 1995 | KARI COPE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The postseason hopes of the Cal State Northridge men's soccer team disappeared in a 3-1 loss to UC Santa Barbara in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation match Friday at Harder Stadium. Both teams had their seasons on the line, with the winner earning the fourth and final berth to the conference championships Nov. 10-12 at UCLA.
SPORTS
May 6, 2000
Anthony Marciano and Paul D'Ambra will lead the Cal State Northridge men's golf team into the NCAA regionals May 18-20 at River Bend Golf Course in Madera, Calif. The regional is hosted by Fresno State. Marciano won the individual title by two strokes and the Matadors won the Big Sky Conference tournament Wednesday at River Ridge Golf Club in Oxnard. The victory earned Northridge a bid in the regional. Marciano shot a three-under-par 213 in the three-round event.
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November 5, 1993 | KENNEDY COSGROVE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cal State Northridge soccer star Armando Valdivia has waited four seasons to breathe the rarefied air of the playoffs, but because he suffered an injury in the waning moments of a meaningless match Sunday, he could miss out. Valdivia, the MPSF Pacific Division's player of the year who leads the nation in assists, will miss the team's Mountain Pacific Sports Federation playoff match today at 5 p.m. against Air Force at UCLA.
SPORTS
November 13, 1993
In some ways, the Cal Sate Northridge women's volleyball team mirrors those of the Matadors' three previous teams at the NCAA Division I level, but in others it does not. While four players--Aimee Stone, Missy Clements, Ana Kristich and Heather Anderson--have each accounted for at least 14% of the Matadors' kill attempts, Stone (28.6%) and Clements (26.0%) have taken a larger piece of the total attempts pie than any of their predecessors.
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October 1, 1994 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The bullies are no more. Cal State Northridge, a soccer team that used to beat up just about any opponent who dared venture into North Campus Stadium, no longer reigns as king of its own turf. The Matadors not only lost, 2-0, to the University of San Diego on Friday night, they were roundly beaten up in the process. When it was over, two Northridge players were bleeding from gashes in their faces and another was gingerly cradling his right arm. Fright night, fight night.
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September 5, 1992 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Cal State Northridge men's soccer team will open the season tonight without its leading scorer from the past two seasons and with four new defenders. In addition, a dominant goaltender has yet to establish himself, but 10th-year coach Marwan Ass'ad remains upbeat. "I love this team," Ass'ad said. "We only have five returning starters, but it is not so much how many are coming back, but those who are coming back got so much better in the spring and summer."
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September 3, 1994 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ross Linhart hasn't scored a goal in two seasons playing for Cal State Northridge, yet no person is more qualified to lend an opinion about the Matador soccer team's offensive prowess. Linhart, the club's top defender, faces the very best Northridge has to offer during each and every practice--and he likes what he sees. "I've marked forwards from all over the country," Linhart said, "and we have some of the best." Linhart names Mathew Davis, Keith West, Keith Rosenberg and Nelson Townes.
SPORTS
November 8, 1995
Quarterbacks Dan Marino of Miami and Drew Bledsoe of New England were expected to have their teams challenging for the AFC East Division championship. With the Patriots struggling with a 3-6 record, that showdown might not materialize, but Dan Marino of Littlerock High and Drew Bledsoe of Palmdale will have one of their own Thursday night. The winning team will finish third in the Golden League and qualify for the Southern Section playoffs. Marino is Littlerock's tight end.
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