The Acrobatics and Tumbling team is aggressively pursuing the recruiting trail. That trail led 38 prospective athletes to the Cougar Dome on Saturday.
The Acrobatics & Tumbling team is already making news before the season even begins.
APU, as a founding member of the National Collegiate Stunts & Tumbling Association, continues developments towards emerging sport status.
Azusa Pacific will host the Stunts & Tumbling Cougar Showcase in the Felix Event Center, April 16.
The Stunts and Tumbling team wins their first national championship.
The Stunts & Tumbling team has made it clear the season isn’t over.
Effectively dismantling the competition at their last two competitions, the Stunts & Tumbling team now focuses on their goal of a National Title.
The first NCSTA that the Cougars participated in had over 1200 spectators who knew very little about this emerging sport. We figured you might be in the same boat.
APU’s Stunts & Tumbling team finished second at the Duck Invitational in Eugene, Oregon, on Sunday.
The Stunts & Tumbling (S&T) team has a new title to add to its list of accomplishments as the top team in the state of California, knocking off 11 teams from around the state. They finished second place at the event behind Oregon’s S&G team.
Azusa Pacific is a charter member of 8 universities forming the National Competitive Stunts and Tumbling Association (NCSTA).
The Stunts & Tumbling team had a solid showing at their first competition of the season, finishing in 2nd place behind west coast powerhouse San Diego State University.
APU's Competition Squad pioneers Stunts & Tumbling to the NAIA ranks.