Azusa Pacific lost a lead and a game all in 7 minutes as Mountain State defeated the Cougars, 72-51, in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Tournament.
For the eighth time in the past 11 years, Azusa Pacific is in the Elite Eight of the NAIA Tournament after beating LSU-Shreveport today, 83-69
Azusa Pacific used a significant height advantage to run away from Columbia for a 61-47 victory in the NAIA Tournament.
Former Ohio State Buckeye Brayden Bell and current Ventura (Calif.) High standout James Staniland have signed with Azusa Pacific for 2009.
Azusa Pacific’s 12th straight trip to the NAIA Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament will begin with Columbia College.
Azusa Pacific and California Baptist went to overtime once again, but the Lancers came out on top, 82-80, in the GSAC Tournament semifinals in Irvine.
Azusa Pacific nearly let another double-digit second-half lead slip away before hanging on to beat Fresno Pacific, 72-65.
Azusa Pacific fell asleep over the final 9 minutes, blowing a 15-point lead to lose at Biola, 51-49.
On this leap night, Azusa Pacific celebrated with an improbable 85-81 overtime victory over the NAIA's No. 13-ranked California Baptist.
Despite a chilly night of shooting, Azusa Pacific remains the GSAC's hottest team with a 72-64 victory at The Master's.
The 3-point shooting of Mike Danielian propelled Azusa Pacific to an early lead and the Cougars went on to beat Vanguard, 74-61.
Azusa Pacific used a 22-9 run in the final 6 minutes to beat Fresno Pacific, 68-57, and remain in the GSAC title race.
It wasn’t the best effort, but Azusa Pacific is the GSAC’s hottest team after posting an 82-70 victory over San Diego Christian.
Azusa Pacific took care of business, even if it wasn’t its finest work, in a 73-55 victory atHope International.
Azusa Pacific dominated the glass and came back from 10 down in the second half to beat the NAIA’s No. 5-ranked Concordia University, 91-85.
Azusa Pacific executed its game plan to near perfection in the first half and as a result the Cougars rolled to an 83-75 win at Westmont College.
Azusa Pacific rallied from 11 down but could not pull off the upset, falling at No. 13-ranked Point Loma Nazarene, 80-77.
Davon Roberts’ rare 3-pointer ignited a late 11-2 Cougar run to propel Azusa Pacific to a 60-50 win over arch-rival Biola.
Davon Roberts’ floating 9-foot jumper with 27 seconds left lifted Azusa Pacific to a 73-72 upset of No. 14-ranked California Baptist University.
Azusa Pacific led wire-to-wire but it was more of a high-wire act that led the Cougars to a 68-64 victory over The Master's College.
Azusa Pacific rallied from 16 down and then had to comeback from 12 down late but couldn't close the deal either time, falling to Vanguard, 73-68.
Fresno Pacific used 2 first-half runs which combined for a 29-1 advantage to beat Azusa Pacific for the first time in 16 years, 66-59.
The frontline of Todd Martin, David Burgess and Davon Roberts led Azusa Pacific to a 24-point victory at San Diego Christian.
Freshman David Stafford scored a career-high 17 points to lead Azusa Pacific to an 87-57 victory over Hope International
MidAmerica Nazarene kept the NAIA's longest winning streak alive by rallying from 17-down to beat Azusa Pacific, 88-82.
In a battle of last year's NAIA heavyweights, Azusa Pacific prevailed with an 89-84 victory over Warner Pacific College
Azusa Pacific assumed a 20-point lead less than 7 minutes into the game and went on to roll past Trinity Western, 115-52.
Matt Oliver scored 16 of his 21 points in the final 10 minutes to lead Azusa Pacific to a 78-75 OT win at Cal State San Benardino.
Concordia's relentless pressure forced Azusa Pacific to succumb to an 81-56 GSAC defeat Saturday evening in Irvine.
A little bit of everybody did a lot of everything in Azusa Pacific's 71-53 victory over Westmont.
Davon Roberts scored a career-high 19 points to lead Azusa Pacific to a 78-67 victory over Dominican in the County Bank Tournament at Cal State Stanislaus
Trey Clarkson scored 19 of his 22 points in the second half to lead Western New Mexico to a come-from-behind 78-74 victory over Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific missed 13-of-27 free throws and 12-of-17 3-pointers and as a result Point Loma Nazarene picked up a conference opening 69-65 victory over the Cougars.
Twenty-four hours after a less-than inspiring effort, Azusa Pacific turned in its best performance of the season with a 79-57 victory over Occidental.
Azusa Pacific found some room for improvement inspite of the fact that the Cougars blew out Bethany University, 96-57, using a 20-0 second half run to clinch the victory.
Rocky Mountain used big runs in both halves to build a near 30-point lead and ran away from Azusa Pacific, 105-84.
A tired set of Cougars picked up the first win of the season with a 90-77 victory over Montana-Western in Billings, Mont., less than 18 hours after playing at UCLA.
Josh Shipp and Kevin Love combined for 35 points to lead No. 2-rankd UCLA to a 111-61 victory over Azusa Pacific.