Oregon won its fourth consecutive NCATA title with a flawless performance, denying championship host Azusa Pacific in its upset bid.
Oregon defeated Azusa Pacific for its fourth consecutive NCATA national title Saturday night in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific delivered an impressive opening performance in an NCATA quarterfinal victory by nearly 20 points over Gannon.
Azusa Pacific claimed a program-record five individual national titles, and two Cougars were named NCATA All-Americans.
Azusa Pacific hosts the 2014 NCATA National Championships from April 24-26, and the Cougars are seeded second in the championship bracket.
Azusa Pacific gained the separation it needed in the team event to put away Baylor in the team event Saturday.
Azusa Pacific stunned Oregon Monday night, handing the Ducks their first loss in acrobatics and tumbling since 2011.
Baylor picked up its first wins of the 2014 season by sweeping Azusa Pacific and Hawai‘i Pacific in Tuesday’s tri-meet in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific kept pace with Oregon the entire way in a thrilling tri-meet split with the defending NCATA champions and Quinnipiac.
Azusa Pacific opened the 2014 acrobatics & tumbling season with a victory over NCATA-newcomer Hawai‘i Pacific.