Azusa Pacific head coach Danelle Bishop likes an up tempo style of play and she has signed 5 players that will enable the Cougars to run and gun again in 2007.
Senior forward Lindsey West was named an NAIA All-American Tuesday by the national office. She becomes the first player in program history to be named to the first team.
Mariam Sy had 36 points and 19 rebounds leading Oklahoma City over Azusa Pacific, 92-84, in the second round of the NAIA Tournament at Oman Arena in Jackson, Tenn.
It wasn't pretty, but Azusa Pacific is happy to move on after putting together a 21-6 second half run as it rallied from behind to post a 74-62 win in the opening round of the NAIA Tournament.
The time has come for Azusa Pacific to begin play at the NAIA Tournament. The Cougars square off against Berry (Ga.) on the second day of play in Jackson, Tenn.
Azusa Pacific will face Berry (Ga.) in the opening round of the NAIA Tournament on Thursday, March 16, 2:30 PST.
Point Loma Nazarene built a 22-point lead and held off Azusa Pacific, 78-71, to advance to the GSAC Tournament championship game.
Azusa Pacific did what it was supposed to. The Cougars beat Hope International, 76-63, in the opening round of the GSAC Postseason Tournament. The Cougars advance to Friday's semifinals.
Azusa Pacific knew it would have to play a near perfect game to beat top-ranked Vanguard but it was the Lions who achieved perfection after beating the Cougars, 96-67, to finish the season 27-0.
Azusa Pacific used a 17-0 second half run to turn a 1-point game into a 68-50 route of Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific got some heavy lifting done this week with 3 wins with the latest being an 81-69 verdict over San Diego Christian.
For the second straight game, Sarah Leathers made 7 3-point baskets and scored a game-high 21 points to lead No. 17-ranked Azusa Pacific to a 75-54 upset of No. 12 Point Loma Nazarene.
Azusa Pacific put in a school record 17 3-pointers and used its prolific shooting to build a huge halftime lead and coast to an 87-75 win over California Baptist.
Azusa Pacific had lost its past 2 games but that streak is over after Monica Somers found Lindsey West for a lay-up with only seconds left giving the Cougars a 72-71 win over Concordia.
Azusa Pacific has fallen off track over its past 2 games and tonight it was Hope International that beat the Cougars, 89-85, in double overtime.
The Master's got 18 points from Kinsley Mittel and held on for a close 81-76 win over Azusa Pacific, Friday night, at the Felix Event Center.
Despite trailing by 17 in the second half, the NAIA's No. 7-ranked Azusa Pacific rallied past Westmont, 100-97, behind 30 points from Lindsey West.
Monica Somers scored a career-high 29 points and led the NAIA's No. 7-ranked Azusa Pacific to an 82-76 win over Biola.
Vanguard has been on quite a roll so far this season and it continued as the Lions knocked off Azusa Pacific, 88-76, Tuesday night at the Felix Event Center.
Azusa Pacific had 5 players in double figures and used a late first half run to build a 7-point halftime lead and coasted from there to an 88-69 win over Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific got terrific outside shooting from Sarah Leathers and a double-double from Lindsey West as the Cougars beat San Diego Christian, 83-67, at the Felix Event Center.
The NAIA's No. 9-ranked Azusa Pacific has historically had problems in San Diego against No. 24-ranked Point Loma Nazarene. Tonight, the Sea Lions were successful again upsetting the Cougars, 71-62.
California Baptist's Nicole Davis was headed up the floor in the closing seconds but Lindsey West's steal from behind preserved Azusa Pacific's 71-69 win over the Lancers.
Alyssa Ferdaszewski scored a team-high 23 points as No. 14-ranked Azusa Pacific won its ninth consecutive game, 93-77, over No. 24 Concordia, Saturday night at the CU Arena.
The NAIA's No. 14-ranked Azusa Pacific broke a 61-61 tie with a 21-2 run to open up a big lead en route to an 86-73 win over Hope International, Thursday night, at the Felix Event Center.
Azusa Pacific upended The Master's, 86-74, at Bross Gymnasium on Tuesday night. The game was the Cougars third straight played at Bross Gymnasium.
Azusa Pacific had 5 players in double figures and another solid defensive effort led the Cougars to their sixth straight win, an 82-67 decision over Lubbock Christian (Tx.).
Azusa Pacific used a 10-2 run midway through the second half to open up a tight game and went on to post a 64-52 win over Rocky Mountain on the first day of the GSAC Challenge.
Sarah Leathers and the rest of her Cougar teammates applied constant defensive pressure and began the game with a 17-0 en route to an 83-61 win over Georgetown (Ky.).
Azusa Pacific used a stifling halfcourt trap to force St. Ambrose into 23 turnovers in addition to a poor shooting night as the Cougars rolled to a 74-51 win Monday night.
Azusa Pacific used a zone defense and timely shooting from Alyssa Ferdaszewski to beat Cal State Dominguez Hills, 72-68, Wednesday night in Carson, Calif.
Azusa Pacific ran by Westmont to start the game and then used 21 free throws to hold on for an 87-74 road victory over the Warriors.
Azusa Pacific and Biola battled for 225 minutes and a Rachel Dulin 3-pointer with 5.6 seconds left proved to be the difference as Biola downed the Cougars,92-91.
Sophomore point guard Sarah Leathers scored a career-high 23 points as Azusa Pacific defeated New Mexico Highlands, 76-57, Saturday evening at the Cougar Thanksgiving Classic.
Ashley Baker and Jade Fulbright combined for 57 points and 19 rebounds as Lewis-Clark State upset the NAIA's No. 12-ranked Azusa Pacific, 95-90, at the Cougar Thanksgiving Classic, Friday at the Felix Event Center.
The NAIA's No. 12-ranked Azusa Pacific once again cruised to an easy win in Salt Lake City. This time it beat Great Falls (Mont.), 100-66, to improve to 2-0.
The NAIA's No. 12-ranked Azusa Pacific opened its season by crushing Westminster (Utah), 107-67, at the Holiday Inn Downtown SLC Invitational, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The NAIA's No. 12-ranked Azusa Pacific begins its regular season tonight when it tips-off against Westminster tonight at 8 p.m. (MST).