Azusa Pacific baseball's annual golf tournament will take place on Oct. 31 at Sierra Lakes Golf Club in Fontana, Calif.
Stephen Vogt’s game-winning single lifted Oakland to a series-tying, 1-0 Game 2 win over the Detroit Tigers Friday night.
Former Azusa Pacific catcher Stephen Vogt is expected to get the Game 1 playoff start behind the plate for the Oakland A’s.
Cougar Athletics continues the weekly summer feature counting down the top 13 teams, and No. 6 is the 2007 baseball team.
Ryan Henley became the 35th all-time selection of an Azusa Pacific baseball player in the MLB Draft.
Matt Kimmel and Richie Brown received All-Pacific West Conference recognition, the conference office announced Thursday.
Azusa Pacific recorded its first series sweep of the season, beating Academy of Art in the Cougars' finale.
Azusa Pacific used its patented late-game heroics to record a sweep against Academy of Art on Thursday.
Biola's former head coach, John Verheoeven, has been announced as Azusa Pacific's pitching coach for the 2014 season.
Joel Belk's two-hitter propelled the Cougars to a Saturday split with first place Grand Canyon in the final home game of the season.
Mitch Dergazarian led Azusa Pacific to an improbable victory over Grand Canyon, registering four hits in a 6-5 victory.
Azusa Pacific scored three runs in the ninth, but couldn't dig out of a seven run hole in the opener against Grand Canyon on Thursday night.
The roller coaster that is Cougar baseball continued on Tuesday, and ended with another walk-off win for Azusa Pacific.
Both teams did their best to give away wins on Monday, but Hawai'i Pacific's gift set a new precedent in ninth-inning blunders.
Azusa Pacific overcame a four-run deficit, and scored six unanswered runs to post a 7-5 11-inning win over UC San Diego.
Azusa Pacific is hosting its annual youth baseball camp, with two sessions beginning June 10.
Azusa Pacific gave up 21 runs in a 21-11 rout against Cal Poly Pomona on Wednesday.
Azusa Pacific couldn't overcome its early deficit, falling 13-3 to Cal State San Marcos on Tuesday.
Joel Belk's dominating perrfomance led the Cougars to a split on Saturday against California Baptist.
California Baptist hit five home runs to post an 11-1 win over Azusa Pacific on Friday.
Azusa Pacific couldn't keep up with CBU, falling 12-7 to the Lancers on Thursday afternoon.
The Cougars staved off a Red Storm rally to post a 9-8 win in game one before suffering a 4-1 loss in game two on Saturday.
Dixie State took the first two of a four-game weekend series against the Cougars, winning 12-8, and 7-1.
Richie Brown provided the offense, and Hunter Brown delivered the pitching as the Cougars posted their first-ever Pacific West Conference series win on Tuesday.
The Cougars' offense was in full-effect on Monday, recording 22 runs in a sweep of Hawai'i Hilo.
Azusa Pacific was swept by Point Loma on Saturday, scoring only three runs to drop its third consecutive PacWest series.
Zach Hedges' complete game lifted the Cougars to a split on Friday against Point Loma.
The Cougar pitching staff excelled, holding the Sunbirds to three runs in Saturday's split in Fresno.
Fresno Pacific outscored the Cougars 18-5 in Saturday's sweep of Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific lost both ends of a double header on Saturday to Holy Names, falling to 1-3 in PacWest play.
Azusa Pacific opened Pacific West Conference play with a aplit against Holy Names on Friday.
Azusa Pacific lost both ends of a doubleheader to Biola on Saturday to fall to 2-8 this season.
Azusa Pacific ended its six-game losing streak, thanks in large part to a strong start from Jason Plowman and a balanced offensive effort.
Azusa Pacific lost its sixth straight game, falling to Biola 15-4 on Thursday night.
A four-run fifth innings was the difference in the Cougars' 5-3 loss to Concordia on Tuesday night.
Azusa Pacific lost its third straight game to the Coyotes on Saturday, losing both ends of a doubleheader to Cal State San Bernardino.
Azusa Pacific commit five errors in Thursday night's 9-5 loss to Cal State San Bernardino.
Concordia scored eight runs in the sixth inning to take control of Tuesday night's game before posting an 11-2 defeat of Azusa Pacific.
Even with a slew of new names in the starting lineup the Cougars continued their winning ways, posting a 4-1 victory over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
The Azusa Pacific baseball team will try to create a new identity with seven new starters for the 2013 season.