Special Senior Class Plays Last Game at CSUN, March 5

  • Ashlee Guay.

    Ashlee Guay has had a record-setting career at CSUN, posting school records with 1,673 points and 520 assists. She was the 2013-14 Big West Player of the Year, and is at the top of her game, scoring 33 points in a big win at UC Riverside on Feb. 28. Photo by Braden Villanueva.

  • Janae Sharpe

    Versatile guard Janae Sharp was Big West Freshman of the Year in 2011-12, and has been Big West second team twice. Sharpe is one of only six players in CSUN history to surpass 1,300 points, and is second in school history in career assists and made free throws.

  • Cinnamon Lister.

    Sharpshooting Cinnamon Lister has made 148 three-pointers in her career, fourth in school history. On Feb. 26, she broke 1,000 career points in a victory at Cal State Fullerton. Photo by Braden Villanueva.

  • Camille Mahlknecht.

    Center Camille Mahlknecht was the Big West Defensive Player of the Year in 2013-14, when she led the conference with 105 blocks. She's fourth in conference history with 276 career blocks, and is the fourth player in CSUN history with more than 800 career rebounds. Photo by Braden Villanueva.

  • Randi Friess

    Randi Friess is the picture of durability, only missing two games in her career. She tied a career high with 10 rebounds in a November victory at BYU, the first in CSUN history. Friess has been CSUN's Big West Hustle Player Nominee the last two season. Photo by Braden Villanueva.

Thursday, March 5 will be an emotion-filled night, as the California State University, Northridge women’s basketball team hosts its Senior Night after it plays Long Beach State in a critical Big West Conference game at The Matadome. Being honored postgame is a group of five seniors -Ashlee Guay, Camille Mahlknecht, Janae Sharpe, Cinnamon Lister and Randi Friess – who have brought the Matadors so much success, especially the past two seasons. And to further incent the student body to come out for the game, CSUN Women’s Basketball Coach Jason Flowers has issued a challenge to CSUN students to come to the game free (when presenting CSUN ID)

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