Azusa Pacific’s first-ever trip to the prestigious Jackson Rotary Classic highlights the 2008-09 women’s basketball schedule.
Senior forward Abby Johnson was named to the NAIA All-American second team.
Azusa Pacific got an encore it wasn’t looking for, suffering a first-round exit for the second straight year with a 69-63 loss to Wiley (Texas).
Azusa Pacific faces NAIA Tournament rookie Wiley (Texas) in the final game of the national tournament first round.
Sarah Leathers became Azusa Pacific’s career games and assists leader in a 73-62 GSAC Tournament first-round loss to California Baptist.
Azusa Pacific needed every bit of a 22-1 first-half run in a 59-56 road win over Biola Monday night in La Mirada.
Azusa Pacific seniors Abby Johnson and Sarah Leathers combined for 39 points in an 84-69 win over California Baptist.
Sarah Leathers made 5-of-10 3-pointers to lead the NAIA’s No. 9-ranked Azusa Pacific to a 70-60 win at The Master’s.
Despite Vanguard's horrific shooting performance in its own gym, Azusa Pacific suffered a 65-51 loss to the Lions Saturday.
Azusa Pacific committed a season-low 7 turnovers in an 86-54 runaway win over Fresno Pacific Tuesday.
Sarah Leathers scored a game-high 18 points, leading Azusa Pacific to a milestone 79-55 win over San Diego Christian Thursday.
Azusa Pacific made 13-of-14 free throws in overtime, and the Cougars posted a 79-65 road win over Hope International Tuesday evening.
Abby Johnson scored a career-high 29 points to lead Azusa Pacific to a 75-53 win over Concordia Friday night.
The NAIA’s No. 5-ranked Azusa Pacific suffered its first back-to-back defeats of the year after a 69-41 road loss at Westmont.
Azusa Pacific coughed up 24 turnovers and a 10-2 run over the final 4 minutes in a 61-56 road loss to Point Loma Nazarene.
Four players scored in double figures, leading Azusa Pacific to a 77-70 win over Biola Tuesday night.
Despite watching a 14-point lead completely evaporate, Azusa Pacific regrouped for a 78-71 road win over California Baptist.
Senior guard Sarah Leathers scored a career-high 30 points to lift Azusa Pacific to a 78-69 win over The Master’s Tuesday night.
The NAIA’s No. 3-ranked Vanguard handed No. 6-ranked Azusa Pacific its first GSAC defeat of the season, 91-71.
The NAIA’s No. 7-ranked Azusa Pacific remained unbeaten in GSAC play with Tuesday’s 74-68 road win over Fresno Pacific, setting up a showdown with GSAC co-leader Vanguard Saturday night in Azusa.
The NAIA’s No. 7-ranked Azusa Pacific led wire-to-wire in a 57-50 road win over San Diego Christian Thursday night in El Cajon.
The NAIA’s No. 7-ranked Azusa Pacific returned to GSAC play with a resounding 93-61 win over Hope International Saturday night in Azusa.
An Azusa Pacific team playing its third game in the past 4 days suffered just its second defeat of the season, an 83-73 loss to Ferris State.
Nikita Gordon blocked the potential game-winning shot in the closing seconds to seal Azusa Pacific’s 61-59 win over British Columbia Saturday evening.
The NAIA’s No. 7-ranked Azusa Pacific held off a late Trevecca Nazarene rally for an 82-78 win Friday afternoon at the 8th Annual GSAC Challenge hosted by The Master’s.
The NAIA's No. 7-ranked Azusa Pacific posted a 75-58 win over Trinity Western Wednesday evening, led by 49 points from the Cougar bench.
A balanced offensive attack and solid defensive effort lifted the NAIA’s No. 7-ranked Azusa Pacific to a 68-57 win over No. 25 Cumberlands (Ky.) Tuesday night.
Senior forward Abby Johnson led all scorers with 18 points, leading Azusa Pacific to a 60-48 win over the NAIA’s No. 7-ranked Carroll (Mont.) Saturday afternoon in Lewiston, Idaho.
Kristie Hala’ufia scored a game-high 24 points in Azusa Pacific’s second victory over Lewis-Clark State this season, an 81-73 decision Friday night in Lewiston, Idaho.
Seniors Abby Johnson and Sarah Leathers combined for 37 points to lead Azusa Pacific to a 70-54 road win over Concordia Tuesday night.
Freshman Michelle Byrd nearly came up with a triple-double to lead Azusa Pacific to a 69-63 GSAC win over Westmont Tuesday night in Azusa.
The NAIA’s No. 16-ranked Azusa Pacific shot just 35 percent, suffering a 53-44 road loss to CS Dominguez Hills, the Cougars’ first defeat of the season.
Azusa Pacific muscled its way to a GSAC-opening 65-53 victory over the NAIA's No. 9-ranked Point Loma Nazarene
Senior forward Abby Johnson and freshman guard C.J. Hill head a handful of scoring Cougars in a 71-39 win against Bethany College.
A host of new Cougars led Azusa Pacific back from 11 down and to a season-opening 64-57 victory over No. 12-ranked Lewis-Clark State.
Head coach T.J. Hardeman has confirmed the commitment of 3 women’s basketball recruits to Azusa Pacific. Bre Catron, a 6-foot transfer from Pepperdine, will be joined by Michelle Byrd and Jessica Raber from the high school ranks, as the Cougars seek a program-record fifth straight NAIA Tournament appearance.