The Azusa Pacific baseball program has announced its 2012 commitments.
Kirk Nieuwenhuis continues to climb through the baseball ranks as the Mets named the Azusa Pacific alum to its 40-man roster.
The Tampa Bay Rays announced that Azusa Pacific alum Stephen Vogt has been added to the team's 40-man roster.
Azusa Pacific alum Stephen Vogt ('07) was named the Tampa Bay Rays' minor league player of the year after hitting 17 home-runs and knocking in 105 RBI.
Stephen Vogt’s selection to the Double-A Southern League All-Star game marks the fourth straight year a former Cougar has played in a minor league all-star game.
Junior first baseman Johnathan Erb became Azusa Pacific’s first-ever national Rawlings-NAIA Gold Glove Team selection.
Azusa Pacific has added a pair of junior-college pitchers to bolster its pitching staff in 2012.
Azusa Pacific placed a league-high 6 players among the 21 players honored as 2011 Golden State Athletic Conference Baseball Scholar-Athletes.
Biola brought home the winning run with a walk-off squeeze bunt in the bottom of the ninth for a 7-6 win that ended Azusa Pacific’s season.
A 3-2 loss to Concordia Thursday morning puts Azusa Pacific’s season on the line in a GSAC Tournament elimination game tonight.
A 2-out ninth-inning balk plated the winning run for Azusa Pacific in a 4-run ninth-inning rally against Fresno Pacific that kept the Cougars in the GSAC Tournament winner’s bracket.
Azusa Pacific opened the GSAC Tournament with an impressive 15-7 win over top-seeded conference champion California Baptist Tuesday in Riverside.
Anthony Delgado and Brent Warren garnered All-GSAC recognition, and Johnathan Erb was the first baseman on the GSAC’s Rawlings-Gold Glove team.
Azusa Pacific posted a 15-9 win in the opener of Saturday’s doubleheader split with Westmont to clinch a GSAC playoff bid.
Azusa Pacific got a crucial road split with Westmont with a 6-3 win Thursday that drastically reshaped the GSAC playoff picture.
Despite suffering a 13-inning defeat at Westmont Wednesday afternoon, Azusa Pacific held on to a 1-game lead for the final GSAC playoff spot.
Azusa Pacific gave up a 10-run first inning and suffered its fifth defeat in 6 games with Monday’s 16-8 non-conference loss at Cal State San Marcos.
Despite Jacob Cage’s complete-game effort, Azusa Pacific suffered a 3-2 loss at Concordia that sent the Cougars into the final week with a 1-game lead for the GSAC’s final playoff spot.
Azusa Pacific delivered head coach Paul Svagdis his 400th career coaching win with a 4-run ninth to rally for a 9-6 non-conference road win at Menlo Tuesday.
Azusa Pacific lost both games of Saturday’s doubleheader at The Master’s to fall from fourth to sixth in the GSAC baseball race.
The Master’s scored 6 runs in the ninth inning to overcome a 3-2 deficit, posting an 8-3 win over Azusa Pacific Thursday afternoon.
Brent Warren delivered a 2-out game-winning hit in the ninth, lifting Azusa Pacific to its second walkoff victory in 3 games Wednesday, an 8-7 win over The Master’s.
Brent Warren hit a 2-run walkoff home run with 2 outs in the ninth of a 6-5 opening-game win, leading Azusa Pacific to doubleheader and series sweeps over San Diego Christian Saturday.
Azusa Pacific got some early offense in the opener and a late-game outburst in the nightcap for its first doubleheader sweep of the year Thursday afternoon at San Diego Christian.
Alex Ring went 4-for-4 and helped Azusa Pacific score 4 times in the first 2 innings, but the Cougars didn’t score again in a 6-4 exhibition loss to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
Jacob Cage answered an opening-game gem from Fresno Pacific’s Aaron Lynn, firing a complete-game 5-hit shutout in the nightcap to help Azusa Pacific earn a doubleheader split Saturday.
A first-inning grand slam put Azusa Pacific in an early 4-run hole, and the Cougars never got closer than 3 runs in a 12-7 home loss to Fresno Pacific Thursday.
Azusa Pacific kept fighting back, but Fresno Pacific’s 3-run eleventh was enough for the Sunbirds to post an 11-inning 8-7 win over the Cougars Wednesday night.
Nolan Rudman and Jacob Cage combined for a 1-hit shutout in the 2-0 second-game win of Saturday’s doubleheader split with Concordia.
Brent Warren's 4-for-4 performance at the plate led Azusa Pacific to a 13-3 road win Wednesday at Concordia.
Azusa Pacific posted a 9-3 win to sweep a pair of home games over Point Loma Nazarene Thursday evening.
Azusa Pacific scored 2 runs in the bottom of the eighth to rally for a 6-5 home win over Point Loma Nazarene in the 4-game series opener Wednesday evening.
Azusa Pacific picked up a split at GSAC leader Cal Baptist, answering a 10-3 loss in the opener with 6 runs in the first 2 innings of a 7-3 nightcap victory.
Azusa Pacific snapped Drew Madrigal’s scoreless-inning streak with a 3-run second in a 5-1 win, handing California Baptist its first GSAC loss Thursday afternoon in Azusa.
Anthony Delgado’s ninth-inning home run highlighted an exciting ninth inning, but Azusa Pacific dropped the series opener to California Baptist, 2-1, Wednesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific scored in its opening at-bat of all 3 games it played Saturday, winning the continuation of Thursday’s suspended game before splitting the Saturday doubleheader against Biola.
Senior outfielder Alex Ring delivered a 15th-inning game-winning hit to complete a 5-4 win over Biola in a game suspended Thursday for darkness.
Biola scored 4 runs in the first inning in a 10-1 win over Azusa Pacific in the 4-game series opener Wednesday in La Mirada.
Vanguard rallied from a 5-1 deficit to hand Azusa Pacific its third straight defeat, 7-6, to wrap up the GSAC-opening 4-game series.
Azusa Pacific got a pair of strong starts in both games of Thursday’s doubleheader, but Vanguard gave up just 8 hits in 16 innings to sweep the GSAC twinbill.
Colby Gurney tossed 7 innings of 4-hit ball for the win as Azusa Pacific opened GSAC play with a 4-1 win over Vanguard Wednesday.
Sammy Soyring’s 2-out single in the bottom of the ninth lifted Azusa Pacific to a 3-2 win over Cal State San Marcos Monday afternoon.
Cal State San Marcos held Azusa Pacific to 2 hits and handed the Cougars a 3-1 defeat in a single non-conference game Friday.
William Carey rallied for 4 runs in the ninth to steal an 11-9 win against Azusa Pacific Thursday night in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes will meet in a baseball exhibition in Rancho Cucamonga for the fifth straight season.
Azusa Pacific hit 6 consecutive singles in a 4-run second to gain an early lead, and the Cougars held on for a 7-5 road win over Dixie State Tuesday.
Colby Gurney took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, but Dixie State broke it up with a 2-run inning for a 2-1 win over the Cougars Monday.
Trevor Lothrop's grand slam highlighted a 17-5 win in Saturday’s doubleheader opener, but Patten earned a twinbill split with a 2-1 win in the final game of this weekend’s 3-game series.
Azusa Pacific erased a 3-0 deficit with a 3-run fifth, then added 3 more in the sixth in a 7-3 win Friday in the first game of a 3-game series with Patten.
Six pitchers combined for a 1-hit shutout to give Azusa Pacific a 5-0 road win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Tuesday afternoon.
Johnathan Erb hit Azusa Pacific’s first home run of 2011, leading the Cougars to a 9-2 win to complete a season-opening 2-game sweep over Simpson.
Azusa Pacific opened the 2011 season on a winning note, rallying from a 3-0 deficit for an 8-3 win over Simpson Tuesday evening.