Danelle Liles, a former assistant at San Joaquin Delta Junior College in Stockton, Calif., has been named Azusa Pacific's new women's basketball coach.
Beating a good team 3 times in a season is difficult as Azusa Pacific found out tonight falling to No. 18-ranked The Master's, 88-65, in the GSAC Tournament.
In an unlikely turn of events, Paige Bateman hit a pair of treys as Azusa Pacific opened up a 21-point lead then held on for a 73-68 win at Westmont.
Vanguard hit 15 three-pointers, 6 of them from Paulette Seaman, to boatrace Azusa Pacific, 85-77, despite a career-high 28 points from Lindsey West.
Candis Regan scored 16 of her career-high 23 points in the second half to lead Azusa Pacific to a 79-73 victory over California Baptist in Azusa.
Carrie Twaddell's second straight triple-double against Azusa Pacific proved to be too much in a 61-55 win over the Cougars.
After blowing a 25-point lead, Nicolette Dresback hit a pair of free throws with 6 seconds left to give Azusa Pacific a 70-68 win over Biola.
Fresno Pacific's Maurecia Clark picked up her fourth foul then scored 17 of her game-high 29 to lead the Sunbirds to a 74-71 win over Azusa Pacific.
Freshman Lindsey West scored 16 of her game-high 22 points in the second half to lead Azusa Pacific to a 74-68 upset of the NAIA's No. 6-ranked The Master's.
Three weeks of frustration was buried tonight with a 56-50 win over Christian Heritage, snapping the Cougars' 5-game losing streak.
Azusa Pacific dug too deep a hole, hitting just 7 shots in the first half, and as a result suffered its first-ever loss to Hope International.
Point Loma Nazarene kept the ball out of Azusa Pacific's hands all night with 44 rebounds and 12 steals. As a result, the Crusaders won 69-59.
Westmont used a 16-3 first half run to sprint past Azusa Pacific, 62-46, in women's basketball.
Cal Baptist ended 5 years of frustration against Azusa Pacific with a 73-57 win for its first win in 10 games over the Cougars, a streak that dated back to 1998.
After losing out on back-to-back double- and triple-overtime games last year, Vanguard made sure overtime was avoided this time in a 58-55 win over Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific closed the game with a 16-7 run to soar past rival Biola, 62-55, in front of 1,200 in the Felix Event Center.
Concordia's Carrie Twaddell came within 1 block of a triple-double and it sparked the Eagles to a 67-52 win over the Cougars.
The clock struck midnight for Azusa Pacific, which had put together a string of Cinderella-like perfomances, as Fresno Pacific stuck a 94-69 beating on the Cougars.
Nicolette Dresback scored the first 9 points, hit a trio of treys and keyed Azusa Pacific to a 79-75 upset of No. 10-ranked The Master's.
Azusa Pacific continues to ride the hot play of freshman Lindsey West as she poured in a game-high 15 points in a 55-45 win over Christian Heritage.
Cumberland hit 9 three-point bombs, including 3 in a row in the second half to key a 63-52 win over the Cougars.
CS Bakersfield used a 16-0 run to take an early lead, then a 15-2 run to put the game away in a 81-63 win over the Cougars.
As was the case the night before, Azusa Pacific turned up the defensive pressure. This time it worked for an 80-74 win over Trinity Christian.
A smothering defense such as this should be good enough, but Azusa Pacific, which limited Evangel (Mo.) to just 3 points in the final 6 minutes fell short, 51-49.
Azusa Pacific hit 7-of-18 three-pointers, including 4 from Marie Dyk, to scoot past Chapman, 67-64, for its second win in a row.
They've waited long enough, so forgive them if they enjoy this one a while. Azusa Pacific got its first win of the season crushing Hope International 78-47.
For 30 minutes, the game was up in the air, but then Point Loma, ranked No. 22 in the NAIA, began to take the air out of the Cougars in a 78-64 win.
The NAIA's No. 3-ranked Union (Tenn.) scored 14 straight points midway through the first half to blow the game open on its way to an 86-64 win over Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific committed 34 turnovers, and as a result dropped its season-opener, 84-71, to No. 6-ranked Houston Baptist (Texas).