Lindsey West was named to the NAIA All-American third team, becoming the first Cougar to earn such honors since Jacqueline Godoy in 2002.
Azusa Pacific battled and nearly pulled off a shocker, but No. 8-ranked North Georgia St. squeaked out a 66-62 win in the first round of the NAIA Tournament.
Azusa Pacific has received an at-large berth to next week's 2004 NAIA Women's Basketball National Tournament, its fourth in the past 5 seasons.
Christmas was nearly 3 months ago, but Azusa Pacific gave The Master's a free (throw) gift--a 75-73 victory in the GSAC Tournament's first round.
Behind Marie Dyk's career-high 31 points and school-record 8 treys, No. 24 Azusa Pacific climbed into third with a 87-76 win over No. 19 Westmont.
GSAC champion Vanguard sank 33 free throws, including 12 in the final 2 minutes, to lift its way to an 81-65 GSAC win over Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific harassed Cal Baptist into 30 turnovers, and Marie Dyk scored 27 points, 22 in the second half, to lead the Cougars to an 89-79 GSAC road win.
Azusa Pacific committed highway robbery, collecting a season-high 24 steals, including 16 in the second half to key its way to a 71-54 GSAC win over Concordia.
Azusa Pacific erased all of a 28-point deficit and briefly held the lead, but in the end Biola hung on for a 73-70 win, snapping the Cougars' 5-game win streak.
Kelsey Hudson had her second 20-point outing in 3 games, but it was her play in the final minutes that was key in a 78-68 Azusa Pacific win over Fresno Pacific.
Jaclyn Rice hit a career-high 6 three-pointers en route to a career-high 18 points to lead Azusa Pacific to a 94-44 win over Christian Heritage.
There has never been a bigger opportunity for Azusa Pacific this year. The Cougars siezed the moment with a huge 83-73 win over No. 12-ranked The Master's.
Azusa Pacific turned up the defensive pressure, forced 34 turnovers and limiting Hope International to 26% shooting in a 64-46 win over the Royals.
Point Loma scored the first 7 points and never looked back before cruising in for a 64-54 GSAC win over Azusa Pacific.
After a tight first half, Chapman busted out its high-octane offense that ranks among the NCAA Division III leaders and erupted out to a double-digit lead before settling for a 90-82 win over Azusa Pacific.
In recognition of her outstanding performance last week in a pair of Cougar wins, sophomore Lindsey West was named GSAC Player of the Week today.
Marie Dyk scored 20 of her game-high 26 in the first half as Azusa Pacific lit up Westmont in the first 20 minutes and cruised in for an 85-73 win to remain perfect in Santa Barbara.
Azusa Pacific needed a good "bounce-back" effort and the Cougars got it in a near wire-to-wire 78-67 victory over Cal Baptist.
The NAIA's No. 4-ranked Vanguard made some timely 3-pointers to collect the momentum and cruise to an 81-53 victory over Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific may be able to get used to this. For the second time in a week, Nicolette Dresback stepped up with the game on the line to lift the Cougars to a 76-73 win at Biola.
Concordia opened up a 26-point halftime lead, then held off a furious Cougar charge for an 83-73 win over Azusa Pacific Saturday night.
Nicolette Dresback finished with 25 points and 10 rebounds to carry Azusa Pacific back into the win column with an 84-76 win over Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific nailed a school-record 13 treys, but The Master's Jessica Seyler proved too much as she poured in 24 to lift the No. 4-ranked Mustangs to an 83-77 win.
Marie Dyk poured in a career-high 30 points as Azusa Pacific boatraced Pikeville (Ky.), 94-65, in the GSAC Challenge for its fourth straight win.
Two years ago, Brescia (Ky.) ended the Cougars' season with a heartbreaking upset. Tonight, the Cougars got their revenge with an 84-81 win over the No. 5-ranked Bearcats.
Lindsey West decked the halls of La Sierra with a career-high 37 points and sent Azusa Pacific into its Christmas break with a 97-65 non-conference road win over the Golden Eagles.
Behind 19 second half points from Alyssa Ferdaszewski, Azusa Pacific shrugged off 3 sluggish halves, flipped the switch and boat-raced Hope International, 80-47, Saturday night.
Azusa Pacific hit 9 3-pointers in the first half, but then lost its shot, misfiring on 10 second half attempts in a 76-62 loss at Point Loma Nazarene.
Azusa Pacific battled, but in the end, Cal Poly Pomona, an NCAA Division II-power was too much in a 73-66 win over the Cougars.
Kelsey Hudson scored a career-high 23 points and Azusa Pacific forced 30 turnovers as the Cougars sailed to a 96-44 victory over San Jose Christian.
Sophomore Jaclyn Rice poured in 15 points, all on 3-pointers, to lead Azusa Pacific to a 70-53 win over Notre Dame de Namur in the King Oscar Classic in Olympia, Wash.
Azusa Pacific forced 29 turnovers and held Westminster (Utah) to just .294 shooting, including 1-of-16 from the 3-point line in a 56-43 season-opening win.
In an effort to fight cancer, Azusa Pacific women's basketball is participating in a Shoot-A-Thon fundraiser Nov. 18 to benefit The V Foundation.