Azusa Pacific baseball adds 2 non-conference home games to the 2009 schedule, Chapman University and the University of La Verne.
The Azusa Pacific baseball program will host its first-ever prospect camp on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2008, at the Cougar Baseball Complex.
Azusa Pacific’s 2009 baseball schedule was announced today by Cougar head coach Paul Svagdis.
Andrew Shive is a New York-Penn League All-Star tonight, one day after Stephen Vogt hit an extra-innings walk-off home run.
Two more Azusa Pacific baseball players were taken in the second day of the MLB Draft, giving the Cougars a program-record 3 selections.
Kirk Nieuwenhuis was a third-round selection of the New York Mets Thursday in the first day of the 2008 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
First team NAIA All-Americans Matt Venegas and Kirk Nieuwenhuis highlighted a host of postseason baseball awards honoring Azusa Pacific players.
Spring Arbor tallied 5 first-inning runs and held off a ninth-inning rally, eliminating Azusa Pacific from the NAIA World Series by an 11-10 margin.
Jonny Bravo tossed a complete game to lead Azusa Pacific to a 9-2 win over Ohio Dominican in an NAIA World Series elimination game.
Azusa Pacific nearly rallied twice from 4-run deficits, leaving the tying run on in a 9-8 defeat to Union (Ky.).
Azusa Pacific earned the No. 4 seed and will open 2008 World Series play Friday, May 23, at 3 p.m. against fifth-seeded Union (Ky.).
Lewis-Clark State used another 4-3 verdict to beat Azusa Pacific for the West Coast Super Regional title for the second straight year.
After averaging 12 runs a game in its regional sweep, Azusa Pacific was limited to 3 runs in a 4-3 defeat to Lewis-Clark State Wednesday in Lewiston.
Azusa Pacific completed a perfect 4-game NAIA Region II Playoff run, claiming back-to-back regional titles with an 8-5 win over Concordia.
Azusa Pacific blasted its way into the NAIA Region II championship with 6 home runs in an 18-12 win over Fresno Pacific Thursday.
Kirk Nieuwenhuis’ third-inning grand slam provided the cushion for Azusa Pacific’s 9-6 win over Point Loma Nazarene Wednesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific posted an 8-inning 10-run rule victory, 13-3, over Concordia Tuesday.
Though nothing was on the line, Azusa Pacific fought to the end, producing another thrilling last-at-bat victory with a 6-5 verdict over Westmont.
Azusa Pacific hit 9 home runs in a doubleheader sweep over Biola, and the Cougars clinched their second straight GSAC title Saturday with the sweep.
Azusa Pacific scored all of its runs in the first 5 innings of an 18-5 win over Westmont, maintaining a 2-game GSAC lead with 3 games remaining.
Azusa Pacific increased its GSAC lead to 2 games with an 8-1, 10-1 doubleheader sweep at Vanguard Saturday afternoon.
Stephen Kohatsu’s 2-run eighth-inning home run lifted Azusa Pacific to a 5-4 road win over California Baptist Thursday afternoon in Riverside.
Matt Stone revived a Cougar pitching staff that has struggled of late, leading Azusa Pacific to an 11-2 win over California Baptist.
Azusa Pacific maintained its 1-game GSAC lead with a doubleheader split at San Diego Christian Saturday.
Fresno Pacific hit 3 home runs and won an 11-10 back-and-forth battle over Azusa Pacific Thursday afternoon.
Fresno Pacific scored 9 runs in the first 2 innings en route to a 15-7 win over Azusa Pacific Wednesday evening.
Azusa Pacific used strong late-inning performances for an 18-8, 13-3 doubleheader sweep over Concordia Saturday afternoon in Irvine.
Azusa Pacific’s 6-run seventh inning lifted the Cougars to a 7-4 victory over The Master’s Thursday evening in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific struggled early on in a 6-3 exhibition loss Tuesday to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
Azusa Pacific head coach Paul Svagdis got his 300th career win along with a 10-6, 13-5 doubleheader sweep over Point Loma Nazarene Saturday.
Derrick Keeton’s solo home run erased California Baptist’s only lead of the game, lifting Azusa Pacific to a 10-8 win Thursday.
Azusa Pacific pushed a season-high 22 runs across the plate to complete an impressive 2-game road sweep over Dixie State (Utah) Tuesday afternoon.
Stephen Kohatsu drove in 6 runs and Azusa Pacific tied the NAIA doubles record (13) in a 16-8 road win over Dixie State Monday evening.
Stephen Gillette’s ninth-inning 3-run home run in the opening game lifted Azusa Pacific to a doubleheader split at Biola Saturday.
Azusa Pacific’s 6-run lead nearly melted into a tie, but the Cougars held on for a 10-9 win over Dixie State Tuesday.
Kris Cichocki surrendered 2 runs to a Cougar offense averaging over 9 a game, lifting Dixie State to a 5-2 win Monday night.
Garrett Lebsock threw a complete-game shutout, and Carlos Maddox homered to lift Azusa Pacific to a 15-0, 4-3 doubleheader sweep at Westmont Saturday.
Fresno Pacific ended an Azusa Pacific program-record start for the second straight year with an 8-2 win over the Cougars Thursday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific matched last year’s best start in program history with a 12-6, 18-1 doubleheader sweep over Vanguard Saturday.
Azusa Pacific blew open a tight ballgame with a 7-run sixth inning in an 11-4 road win at Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific scored 3 times on leadoff home runs in a 5-2 non-conference victory over La Verne Tuesday evening.
Azusa Pacific’s pitchers tossed 12 consecutive scoreless innings to close out an 8-2, 9-0 doubleheader sweep over San Diego Christian Saturday.
The NAIA’s No. 2-ranked Azusa Pacific relived its 2007 NAIA Region II Championship with a doubleheader sweep over Concordia Saturday afternoon.
Stephen Gillette’s 1-out RBI single lifted Azusa Pacific to a 6-5 walk-off victory over The Master’s Wednesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific sent 11 batters to the plate in a 9-run third inning that sparked a 15-2 win over Cal State L.A.
Azusa Pacific sent 11 batters to the plate in a 7-run eighth inning to seal an 11-3 win over Whittier Monday night.
The NAIA’s No. 2-ranked Azusa Pacific split its conference-opening doubleheader at Point Loma Nazarene.
Senior shortstop Matt Venegas hit a 2-run fifth-inning home run to lift Azusa Pacific to a 5-3 win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Wednesday night.
Christian Gagne tossed 7 innings of 2-hit ball to lead Azusa Pacific to a 9-1 win over Cal State L.A. Tuesday afternoon.
Matt Venegas' leadoff home run helped lift Azusa Pacific to a 5-1, 17-5 season-opening doubleheader sweep over Patten.
Azusa Pacific has renewed an agreement with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, scheduling a 7-inning exhibition game on Tuesday, April 1, at 6:05 p.m.