Azusa Pacific has been selected to host the NBC Basketball Summer Camps for boys and girls age 7-18 at the Felix Event Center this summer.
Senior center Reggie Owens has been named to the NAIA All-America second team.
An emotionally-charged Pikeville rallied over the final 10 minutes to upset No. 8-ranked Azusa Pacific, 80-75, at the NAIA Tournament.
A second-half technical foul opened the door for Azusa Pacific to post a 92-79 victory over Freed-Hardeman in the opening round of the NAIA Tournament.
Azusa Pacific has an early wake-up to the NAIA Tournament, tipping off at 10:45 a.m. (CDT) on Wednesday (March 16).
Longtime Azusa Pacific men's basketball coach Bill Odell was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame along with Terry Porter and Travis Grant.
The NAIA's No. 8-ranked Azusa Pacific will take on Freed-Hardeman in the opening round of the NAIA Championship Tournament in Kansas City.
Concordia led for all but 30 seconds in a 95-87 victory over Azusa Pacific to win the GSAC Postseason Tournament championship.
Ashton Roberts, who had played just 7 minutes in the past 7 weeks, sparked Azusa Pacific to a 57-55 win over Point Loma.
Mike Caffese's short jumper in the key with 1.7 seconds left lifted Azusa Pacific to a 73-71 victory over California Baptist.
A trio of Cougars, led by Reggie Owens, have been named to the 2011 All-GSAC Men's Basketball team.
On a night the university said “good-bye” to 8 seniors, the fans said “hello and welcome back” to an Azusa Pacific team that thumped San Diego Christian, 91-63
Azusa Pacific's miracle comeback was all for naught because of its inability to make free throws as The Master's upset the Cougars, 78-77.
For the second straight game, Danny Nugent knocked down a crucial 3-pointer to lead Azusa Pacific to a 63-55 overtime win at Hope International
Danny Nugent's 3-pointer with 54 seconds left propelled the NAIA's No. 5-ranked Azusa Pacific to an 83-77 victory over Vanguard.
Azusa Pacific slowly pulled away in the second half to post its largest margin of victory ever over Westmont, 75-46.
Azuas Pacific held Cal Baptist to 1 field goal for 12 minutes en route to a 72-58 GSAC victory.
Wings David Stafford and Marshall Johnson helped Azusa Pacific overcome its own sloppy play for an eventual 82-70 win over Point Loma Nazarene.
It's never easy to beat Biola, but Azusa Pacific tasted the sweetness of victory with a 70-57 decision in La Mirada.
Concordia took another classic meeting from Azusa Pacific, beating the Cougars, 86-83, Friday night.
Seniors David Stafford and Reggie Owens led the NAIA's No. 5-ranked Azusa Pacific to a 77-69 victory at Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific put a scare into some, falling behind by 20, before rallying to beat last-place San Diego Christian, 72-67.
Azusa Pacific's reserves led a 32-8 run that changed the game and led Azusa Pacific to a 95-82 GSAC victory over The Master's.
Freshmen guards Robert Sandoval and Nolan Abernathy gave a glimpse of the future in the Cougars' 111-81 win over Hope International.
Azusa Pacific used a first-half run and late run to beat Vanguard, 88-66, in Costa Mesa Thursday night.
Azusa Pacific beat Westmont for a tenth straight time and averted the Warriors' payback with a convincing 76-61 verdict.
Azusa Pacific lived in the paint and felt the effects, beating Cal Baptist, 74-66, in a physical game.
Azusa Pacific beat Fraser Valley, 79-66, for its seventh straight victory, but it didn't leave a sense of satisfaction.
Azusa Pacific maintained high pace of play to eventually wear down Calgary into a 90-67 victory.
Azusa Pacific completed a 3-game sweep of Frontier Conference teams with an 81-66 thumping of previously undefeated Westminster.
Azusa Pacific held Lewis-Clark State scoreless for nearly 8 minutes to roll to a 78-57 victory and a tournament championship.
Marshall Johnson scored a season-high 16 points to lead the NAIA's No. 10-ranked Azusa Pacific to an 84-72 victory over Montana State-Northern.
Azusa Pacific rallied twice, including late in the second overtime, to beat Point Loma Nazarene, 108-104.
Azusa Pacific rebounded from a difficult loss with a convincing 71-57 victory over the NAIA's No. 16-ranked Biola.
Azusa Pacific made just 7-of-18 free throws and Concordia won 83-82 with a put-back with 0.8 second left.
Led by De'Angelo Riley, Azusa Pacific put on a second-half show to rally from a halftime deficit and beat Fresno Pacific, 87-69.
Occidental stopped Reggie Owens but the Tigers couldn't stop his supporting cast which led Azusa Pacific to an 82-52 victory.
Using a balanced effort, Azusa Pacific beat Chapman University, 78-69 in the opening game of the Occidental Thanksgiving Classic.
Azusa Pacific had no trouble disposing of La Sierra, scoring the game's first 12 points on its way to a 106-63 victory.
Caleb Burgess came back a little earlier than expected and led Azusa Pacific to an 83-69 win over Black Hills State.
A technical foul sparked a game-ending 17-8 run to lift Claremont-Mudd to a stunning 81-79 victory over Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific, which returns 4 starters, will take the tab as the NAIA's top-ranked team into the 2010-11 season.
Azusa Pacific has been picked by the conference coaches to win the GSAC men's and women's basketball titles for 2010-11.
Longtime Azusa Pacific men's basketball coach Bill Odell has been selected to the 2010-11 NAIA Hall of Fame class.