Troy Leaf was a first-team NCCAA All-American, and head coach Justin Leslie was named NCCAA West Region co-Coach of the Year.
Troy Leaf was named to the All-PacWest first team for the second consecutive year.
Point Loma avenged a pair of regular-season defeats to Azusa Pacific by beating the Cougars, 86-70, for the NCCAA West Region title.
Azusa Pacific finished the regular season with its sixth straight win, defeating Holy Names 104-69 Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific led wire-to-wire for an 80-64 win in an early-evening visit to Academy of Art Thursday in San Francisco.
Azusa Pacific swept the season series with Point Loma with Saturday’s dramatic 87-84 double-overtime win.
The first 300 students to Azusa Pacific's regular season home finale on Saturday will receive a limited edition 'The Zu' Whiteout t-shirt.
A 22-6 first-half surge lifted Azusa Pacific to its third straight win, a 92-79 victory over Hawai‘i Hilo Monday night.
Azusa Pacific leaned on a huge scoring edge in the paint to withstand a late rally and post an 81-74 win over Hawai‘i Pacific.
Tyler Monroe scored a season-high 22 points off the bench in an 85-69 win over BYU-Hawaii Thursday night.
California Baptist avenged its only defeat of the season with an emphatic 74-55 win over Azusa Pacific Saturday night in Riverside.
Azusa Pacific held off comeback bids in regulation and overtime before escaping with an 85-82 road win at Chaminade Monday night.
Azusa Pacific erased a double-digit second-half deficit before Hawai‘i Pacific pulled away late for a 90-84 win over the Cougars.
BYU-Hawaii hit a school-record 17 three-pointers to hand Azusa Pacific a 105-82 defeat Thursday night in Hawai‘i.
Azusa Pacific ruined California Baptist’s perfect season with a 78-65 victory Friday night.
Zach Robbins led a second-half comeback for No. 12-ranked Dixie State, which survived Azusa Pacific’s upset bid Monday night.
Sharif Watson’s game-winning layup with a half-second left lifted Azusa Pacific to a 75-74 win at Point Loma.
Azusa Pacific bounced back from Saturday’s road loss with a 71-64 win over Dominican for its fifth straight home win.
Dixie State was every bit as impressive as its No. 7 national ranking in an 87-63 victory over Azusa Pacific Saturday night.
LyDell Cardwell scored a career-high 19 points off the bench to lead Azusa Pacific to its fourth straight home victory.
Azusa Pacific caught fire early to take a huge first-half lead in a 79-69 PacWest win over Holy Names Saturday afternoon.
Troy Leaf scored a season-high 30 points against Eastern New Mexico, leading Azusa Pacific to a 75-69 win over the visiting Greyhounds.
Miller Brown’s back-to-back three-pointers sparked a late first-half run in Azusa Pacific’s 80-69 win over Fresno Pacific Monday.
Azusa Pacific led in the final minute but left the Bay Area empty-handed after Saturday’s 56-53 loss to Notre Dame de Namur.
Azusa Pacific lost its Pacific West Conference opener, 91-89, on Dominican’s overtime buzzer-beater.
Robert Sandoval’s 19-point, 13-rebound double-double helped Azusa Pacific cruise to a 71-55 win over Northwest Nazarene Saturday night in Riverside.
Azusa Pacific took control early and snapped a two-game skid with a 77-68 win over Alaska Fairbanks Friday afternoon in Riverside.
Biola fought off every Azusa Pacific challenge in an 83-78 victory over the Cougars Saturday night in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific was held to 18 first-half points in a 76-56 loss at home to No. 7-ranked Cal Poly Pomona.
Azusa Pacific executed its fast-paced attack to perfection in a 92-73 season-opening win over Cal State Dominguez Hills.
Azusa Pacific received the commitment of Connor Peterson to play for the Cougars next year.
A talented, veteran roster gives Azusa Pacific a good opportunity to contend for a conference title in its second year of PacWest membership.
Azusa Pacific was picked fifth in the PacWest men's basketball preseason coaches poll, and Troy Leaf was named preseason all-conference.
Azusa Pacific built a huge early lead for the second straight day, and the Cougars defeated NAIA No. 8-ranked Montana Western, 84-73, Saturday night.
In its exhibition opener, Azusa Pacific raced out to an early 20-point lead before cruising to an 81-68 win over Westminster.
Azusa Pacific's annual Midnight Midness will take place on Nov. 7 in the Felix Event Center.
Azusa Pacific men's basketball hosts traditional rival Biola while taking on a challenging 20-game Pacific West Conference slate in 2013-14.
Cougar Athletics continues the weekly summer feature counting down the top 13 teams, and No. 4 is the 2000-01 men’s basketball team.