Junior forward Alex Moore-Porter was named NAIA All-American first team, with sophomore Briana Hall earning honorable mention.
Azusa Pacific gave defending NAIA champion Union all it could handle in a 73-65 defeat in the Cougars’ first-ever national title game appearance.
Azusa Pacific plays for an NAIA women’s basketball title for the first time ever after the Cougars knocked off Lee (Tenn.), 64-60, Monday night in Jackson, Tennessee.
Azusa Pacific advanced to its first NAIA “Fab Four” since 1981 with a 73-69 quarterfinal win over top-seeded Saint Xavier (Ill.) Saturday night.
Azusa Pacific scrapped its way to the program’s first quarterfinals since 1981 with a 59-53 win over Freed-Hardeman Friday night in the NAIA Tournament second round.
Go behind the scenes with another Youtube episode covering the Cougar women's basketball team at this week's NAIA Tournament in Jackson, Tennessee.
Azusa Pacific posted a 71-57 first-round win over Montana Tech in the final opening-round contest of the NAIA Women’s Basketball National Championship.
Azusa Pacific opens NAIA Tournament play against Montana Tech, the Cougars’ fifth game this year against a Frontier Conference opponent.
Champ Hood hit 13-of-13 shots to lead Hope International to the school's first-ever GSAC postseason win, a 76-67 stunner over GSAC co-champ Azusa Pacific.
Junior Alex Moore-Porter and sophomore Briana Hall were named to the 2010 All-GSAC Women’s Basketball Team Tuesday.
Azusa Pacific claimed its first GSAC championship since 2002, erasing a double-digit second-half deficit for an 82-74 win at Westmont Monday.
Azusa Pacific moved to within a game of clinching a share of the GSAC regular-season title, leading wire-to-wire in an 80-62 road win at San Diego Christian Thursday.
Azusa Pacific had to rally from 14 points down to maintain a share of the GSAC lead with an uninspiring 74-72 win over Hope International Tuesday.
Azusa Pacific missed out on a chance to take a 2-game lead in the GSAC title race, allowing Vanguard to tie for the lead with 3 games to go after a 25-point loss at The Pit Saturday night.
Behind Amber Williams' career-high 22 points, Azusa Pacific reeled off its 11th straight win, 75-65 over Fresno Pacific, to stay on top of the GSAC by a 1-game margin.
Alex Moore-Porter’s 1000th career point helped get Azusa Pacific into overtime, where she hit the game-winning 3-pointer for the Cougars’ 81-80 win over Point Loma Nazarene Saturday.
Briana Hall scored a game-high 22 points, making 7-of-9 shots to keep Azusa Pacific in the GSAC lead with an 83-72 road win at Biola Tuesday evening.
Azusa Pacific maintained its hold on first place in the GSAC with an 86-69 win over California Baptist Friday night at the Felix Event Center.
Azusa Pacific took over first place in the GSAC Tuesday night, rallying from 9 points down with 2 minutes left for a 74-73 win at The Master’s.
Alex Moore-Porter scored 30 points to carry Azusa Pacific to a 68-64 road victory over Concordia Saturday night in Irvine.
Briana Hall scored 7 of her 13 points over the final 7 minutes to help Azusa Pacific pull away from a tie game for a 73-60 win over Westmont.
Azusa Pacific's bench accounted for 38 points in an 86-50 win over San Diego Christian Thursday night in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific moved into a share of the GSAC lead with another double-digit win, a 71-56 road victory over Hope International Tuesday night.
Azusa Pacific became the first GSAC team since '91 to score 100 against Vanguard, handing the NAIA's No. 4-ranked team a 101-92 defeat Saturday night.
C.J. Hill scored a career-high 22 points to go with Alex Moore-Porter's 30-point outburst as Azusa Pacific posted an 81-65 road win at Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific held No. 3-ranked Point Loma to its lowest scoring total of the year but still suffered a 57-46 loss to the Sea Lions Saturday night.
After a poor opening 20 minutes of play, Azusa Pacific put together a strong second-half to down Biola, 70-56
Alex Moore-Porter scored a career-high 34 points, and Amber Williams' steal on the final possession secured an 81-79 win over Concordia.
Azusa Pacific’s 6-game win streak was halted by Seattle Pacific, which handed the Cougars a 71-62 New Year’s Eve defeat.
Briana Hall scored a career-high 23 points to lead NAIA No. 12 Azusa Pacific to a 73-64 upset over No. 7 Oklahoma City Friday night in Fullerton.
All-GSACers Alex Moore-Porter and Kritie Hala’ufia led Azusa Pacific to an 81-60 GSAC victory at Cal Baptist.
Already in mid-season form, Alex Moore-Porter had 25 points to lead Azusa Pacific to a 95-75 victory over The Master’s.
All-American Alex Moore-Porter returned to the Cougar line-up to lead Azusa Pacific to a 64-58 win over Menlo.
Briana Hall scored 18 points and keyed a 12-0 first-half run in Azusa Pacific's 72-53 road win at Cal State Dominguez Hills Tuesday night.
Eboni Sadler has announced she will transfer to Azusa Pacific beginning in 2010-11 for her final 2 college seasons after 2 years at NCAA Div. I Miami.
Azusa Pacific led wire-to-wire and used C.J. Hill’s game-high 18 points for a 68-61 win over Warner Pacific Friday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific ran out of gas way too early and lost to No. 15-ranked Lewis-Clark State, 67-56.
Azusa Pacific dominated the boards in an 84-73 road win over Great Falls Saturday night.
Azusa Pacific drilled 11 3-pointers in a season-opening 84-78 road win over Montana State-Northern Friday night.