Azusa Pacific was honored by the ABCA with its Team Academic Excellence Award.
Stephen Vogt, a 2007 graduate, was named an MLB All-Star for the second straight season.
Jonny Reid was selected by the Washington Nationals in the MLB first-year player draft.
Former Cougar standout Zach Hedges has been named a Carolina League All-Star.
Adrian Tovalin was recognized with the west region's gold glove honor for his stellar play at third base.
Pablo O'Connor and Adrian Tovalin picked up another all-region team honors after their stellar 2016 season.
Adrian Tovalin and Pablo O'Connor were recognized among the west region's best.
The Cougars placed five players on the PacWest All-Conference squad.
California Baptist took both games on Monday's doubleheader as Azusa Pacific closed the season.
Trailing by seven after two innings, the Cougars rallied past California Baptist to win the second of a four-game set.
With hopes of winning a PacWest title, the Cougars got the first of four needed wins against California Baptist.
Azusa Pacific ran their win streak to eight with a doubleheader sweep of Academy of Art on Saturday.
Azusa Pacific smashed six homeruns to sweep Friday's doubleheader against Academy of Art and extend its winning streak to six.
The Cougars won for the seventh time in the last nine games with a doubleheader sweep of Concordia.
The Cougars showed their power on the mound and at the plate in their 5-2 win against Concordia.
The Cougars debut at a major league ballpark was a successful one as they beat Concordia 1-0.
Dixie State rallied for a 10-inning win on Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific won the opener but Dixie State responded with a game two win in Friday's twinbill.
Azusa Pacific won for the 10th time in their last 13 games as they rallied past Dixie State on Thursday evening.
Information on tickets and parking for the PacWest doubleheader at Angels Stadium.
In collaboration with Azusa Pacific baseball, Cougar 212 summer baseball camp has three separate camp dates in June
The Cougars are represented by seven players on professional baseball rosters as the 2016 seasons begins.
Azusa Pacific used 19 players en route to a 4-1 win against Cal Poly Pomona.
Azusa Pacific and Point Loma split a Saturday doubleheader to complete a four-game PacWest set.
The Cougars and Sea Lions each grabbed a win in the first of two doubleheaders this weekend.
After an easy game one victory the Cougars battled into extra innings to earn the sweep
The Cougars enjoyed going deep as they swept a doubleheader from Holy Names.
Azusa Pacific fell behind early but responded resoundingly for a 12-5 win against Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific split a Friday doubleheader during the middle day of their four-game set with Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific dropped 2-1 decision in a game dominated by strong pitching.
Azusa Pacific took a pair of games from Hawaii Pacific to close out their trip to the Island state.
Hawaii Pacific took a Friday doubleheader from Azusa Pacific on Friday afternoon in Hawai'i.
Hawaii Hilo took the final game of the four-game series 7-5 as they overcame an early deficit.
Azusa Pacifc won their third straight with some late inning offense to beat Hawaii-Hilo 6-2.
Azusa Pacific began conference play with a doubleheader against Hawaii Hilo on Saturday.
Cal Poly Pomona posted a 1-0 victory with a ninth inning home run on Wednesday night.
Azusa Pacific won the final game of four-game set with Northwest Nazarene 6-2 on Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific fell in a pair of games on Friday against Northwest Nazarene.
The Cougars won on a walk-off wild pitch in the 10th inning against Northwest Nazarene.
Cal State Monterey took the Cougars best punch before claiming a 14-12 victory.
Cal State Monterey Bay Swept a doubleheader from the Cougars on Friday by scores of 14-3 and 3-2.
Cal State Monterey Bay scored three in the final inning to rally for a 4-2 win.
Down three early, the Cougars posted a 7-6 win against Western Oregon.
The Cougars split a Friday doubleheader against Western Oregon in the second and third games of a four-game set.
Western Oregon's three-run third inning was enough as they handed the Cougars a 3-1 setback.
The Cougars are ready to begin their trek towards a berth in the NCAA Championships.
The Cougars were picked to finish third in the preseason poll of PacWest head coaches.