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McCarthy Announces Appointment of Local Students to Service Academies

Competing Alternates: Enrique Arjona, Lancaster High School, Lancaster, CA Trevor Frisbee, Sherman E. Burroughs High School, Ridgecrest, CA Orlando Guzman, California State University, Northridge (2017 Ridgeview High School graduate, Bakersfield) Nathan Jones, Centennial High School, Bakersfield, CA Dakota Ochoa, Liberty High School, Bakersfield, CA Joshuah Ramirez, Quartz Hill High School, Lancaster, CA Jessica Riggs, Tehachapi High School, Tehachapi, CA Jacob Sibayan, California State University, Long Beach (2018 Monache High School graduate, Porterville) Grant Snyder, USAF Academy Preparatory School, Colorado Springs, CO (2018 Porterville High School graduate, Porterville) -- Mojave Desert News

California events 12/05/2018

CSUN Men’s Basketball Event Date & Time : 12/05/2018 07:00 pm Venue : CSUN – Cal State Northridge Price Range : $10 – $50 Small Jazz Combos Event Date & Time : 12/05/2018 07:30 pm Venue : CSUN – Cal State Northridge Price : $15 -- LemonWire

Duke's Zion Williamson is the national Freshman of the Week and debuts at No. 1 in Frosh Watch rankings

10. LAMINE DIANE, Cal State Northridge Key stats: 25.0 ppg, 10.7 rpg, 2.3 spg, 40.9 usage% You might be -- OK, almost certainly are -- saying, "Who?" Well, Mark Gottfried's now the coach at CSUN and he's apparently got a stat beast in Diane, who hails from Senegal and is a redshirt frosh. The Matadors are seemingly doomed to be a bad team this season, but if Diane winds up being a stat monster, he'll maintain his top-10 status on this list. Just ask Howard's R.J. Cole, who finished ninth in the final Watch of last season. -- CBS Sports

Cal State Northridge Basketball Fan Shrieks Like She's Dying During Free Throws

Last night on SportsCenter, Scott Van Pelt brought attention to the archetypal college basketball fan of a bad team who maybe cares too much. This shrieking Cal State Northridge fan was trying her best to pierce the eardrums of Washington State players—as well as everyone in the stadium, all the citizens of Pullman, and possibly every resident of Washington—on each opposing free throw. It was an awful sound. -- Deadspin