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Hawaii baseball team blasted by CSUN

Robert Bullard and Josh Cerpa each drove in three runs to power Cal State Northridge to a 10-2 rout of Hawaii today at Matador Field on the CSUN campus. -- Honolulu Star-Advertiser

‘Basebows fall to CSUN 6-3

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -Late game heroics by the California State North ridge proved to be to much to overcome for the Warrior baseball team as they were handed a 6-3 defeat at CSUN on Sunday in the series finale at Matador Field. -- Hawaii News Now

Warriors baseball beaten by CSUN 10-2

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. - The University of Hawaiʻi baseball team dropped game two of its three-game set at CSUN by a 10-2 final score on Saturday at Matador Field. -- KHON

No. 22 Matadors Set Sights on Big West Conference Water Polo Tournament

NORTHRIDGE – With the regular season behind them, the No. 22 CSUN Matadors sets their sights on the Big West Conference Water Polo Tournament. Seeded sixth, the Matadors will take on third-seeded UC Davis (17-11, 3-2 BWC) in the quarterfinals on Friday at 3:00 p.m. at Long Beach State’s Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center. Live stats will be available for every Matador match this weekend and links can be found on the women’s water polo schedule page. -- SCV News

5 players who could lead men's college basketball in scoring in 2020

A 6-foot-7 rising sophomore, Diane is the lone big man on this list, but for good reason. He led the country in field goals made last season, knocking down 340 shots. He finished third in field goal attempts, sixth in scoring and second in usage. To lead the nation in scoring, Diane will likely have to expand and improve on his three-point game. Of his 340 made field goals, 333 were from inside the three-point arc. A native of Senegal, Diane was unstoppable in many games last season, scoring more than 28 points and grabbing more than 10 rebounds nine times last season. Still, Cal State Northridge finished just 13-21. -- NCAA

Lobo Jackson not on list of those declaring for NBA Draft

The seven known games for UNM so far, include: two against NMSU (home and road), at UTEP, vs. GCU, vs. CSU-Northridge (the back end of a two-year home-and-home contract) and two games as part of the Legends Classic Nov. 25-26 in Brooklyn, N.Y., in a field that includes Auburn, Wisconsin and Richmond. -- Albuquerque Journal - NM

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