Junior guard Dominique Johnson has been named to the 2009 NAIA All-America men’s basketball third team.
Azusa Pacific missed lay-ups, free throws and ultimately opportunites, losing 78-72 to MidAmerica Nazarene at the NAIA Tournament.
Azusa Pacific opens the NAIA Men's Basketball Championship Tournament Thursday (March 19) vs. MidAmerica Nazarene University.
"Visiting" Azusa Pacific defended its home court with an 81-63 victory over Fresno Pacific in GSAC Tourney championship game.
Azusa Pacific finally beat Concordia in their third meeting of the year, draining 3s and stopping Concordia's 3 to run away with a 67-46 victory.
Azusa Pacific turned its game plan inside out and drained 11 shots from beyond the 3-point arc to best Westmont for the second time in 4 days, 85-76.
David Burgess and Dominique Johnson have been named to the 2009 All-GSAC Men's Basketball Team.
Dave Burgess beat the double-team to post a double-double and lead Azusa Pacific to an 84-62 win in the first of back-to-back meetings with Westmont.
Mike Meza scored a career-high 15 points, including 12 in the final 4 minutes to lead Azusa Pacific to a 79-71 win over San Diego Christian.
Azusa Pacific scored 16 straight points and then rolled over Hope International, 86-62, for a GSAC victory.
Azusa Pacific imposed its will, particularly on defense, in a 79-63 GSAC victory over Vanguard.
Fresno Pacific produced its first season-sweep of Azusa Pacific in 20 years with a 94-83 victory over the Cougars.
Azusa Pacific used a hot hand to score a season-high 61 second-half points and rally to beat Point Loma, 90-83.
Azusa Pacific had no attack against Biola's zone defense and thus suffered its largest margin of defeat to the Eagles in 20 years, 76-54.
Kimarley Williams had the last word with a put-back with 13.1 seconds left to lift Azusa Pacific to an 86-83 OT win at Cal Baptist.
Senior center Dave Burgess is playing the best basketball of his career after leading Azusa Pacific to an 81-61 victory over The Master's.
Early foul trouble and poor free throw shooting late in the game cost Azusa Pacific in a 90-83 GSAC loss at home to Concordia.
Mike Caffese sparked a 17-2 Cougar run to start the second half and lead Azusa Pacific to a 70-60 victory at Westmont.
Senior center Dave Burgess tied a career high with 24 points, leading Azusa Pacific to a 75-51 road win over San Diego Christian Thursday.
Azusa Pacific scored 14 of the game's first 17 points to roll to a 94-68 GSAC victory over Hope International.
Marshal Johnson scored 10 points in the final 8 minutes to lead Azusa Pacific to a 73-68 overtime victory at Vanguard.
Reserve Adam Kado scored a career-high 26 points to lead the NAIA's No. 8-ranked Fresno Pacific to a 98-91 victory over Azusa Pacific.
Caleb Burgess and Dominique Johnson eachscored 12 straight points and Brayden Bell nearly did the same as Azusa Pacific beat Point Loma, 70-50.
Dominique Johnson's soaring dunk and Mike Caffese's career-high 19 points led Azusa Pacific to its first road win, a 73-61 verdict at Biola.
Another Cougar victory again slipped away in last 5 minutes as No. 4-ranked Concordia rallied for a 66-63 win over Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific squandered a 23-point lead but held on to beat University of Montana-Western, 89-85, to close out the Cougar Classic.
Azusa Pacific scored 19 of the game's first 23 points and rolled to an easy 100-67 victory over University of Saint Francis.
Devin Uskoski's 53-foot desperation heave at the final horn lifted Rocky Mountain to a 76-73 win over No. 11 Azusa Pacific.
Dominique Johnson and Marshall Johnson each scored 14 points to lead Azusa Pacific to a 98-66 victory over Johnson & Wales.
The Master's closed the game with a 19-2 run to rally for a 79-69 upset over the NAIA's No. 11-ranked Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific scored its final 21 points in the paint to knock off No. 1-ranked California Baptist, 77-70.
Here's to something new and better -- the emergence of the Azusa Pacific-Cal Baptist rivalry, debuting Saturday night.
Marshall Johnson and Mike Danielian led a barrage of 16 treys in Azusa Pacific's 106-52 exhibition victory over the Afghanistan national team.
Other than a 23-4 run, Azusa Pacific was less than impressive in a 79-70 victory over the University of La Verne.
Reserve David Stafford scored a season-high 14 points to lead the NAIA's No. 17-ranked Azusa Pacific to an 84-71 victory over Trevecca Nazarene.
Brayden Bell scored a career-high 20 points to lead Azusa Pacific to its 19th straight home-opening win, a 93-52 thumping of Grand Canyon.
The NAIA's No. 17-ranked Azusa Pacific men's basketball team makes its 2008-09 home opener tonight against Grand Canyon.
In a game that featured 7 lead changes and 6 ties, Cal State San Bernardino beat Azusa Pacific, 74-70.
The one that got away beat the Cougars badly as Westminster downed Azusa Pacific, 83-69 in Salt Lake City.
For the eighth straight year Azusa Pacific won a season-opener, beating Montana-Western, 77-69.
USC used its interior quickness and height advantage to beat Azusa Pacific, 85-64, in an exhibition game.
Azusa Pacific will open its 2008-09 men's basketball season at USC on Nov. 3. The Cougars then play 18 of 30 games at home.