Kelly Hardeman was voted to the Daktronic West Region first-team by the region's Sports Information Directors.
Azusa Pacific fell to top-seeded Hawai'i Pacific in the PacWest Tournament semifinals, 72-60.
Azusa Pacific beat Academy of Art 69-59 to advance to the semifinal round of the PacWest postseason tournament.
Kelly Hardeman and Cyndie Jones earned all-conference PacWest honors in the programs first season as NCAA Division II members.
The Cougars celebrated their two seniors as they closed out the regular season with an 18-point victory over Fresno Pacific.
In front on an eccentric crowd, Azusa Pacific won an overtime thriller 92-84 against California Baptist.
All five starters scored in double figures as the Cougars posted a 20-point win over Chaminade on Monday evening.
Down 22 at intermission, Azusa Pacific nearly overcame that deficit but fell 73-71 to Hawaii Pacific.
Even though the offense wasn't quite up to par the defense was solid as Azusa Pacific came away with a 59-46 win against BYU-Hawaii.
Azusa Pacific's offense couldn't find its rhythm as they fell to California Baptist 68-48.
Kelly Hardeman was voted to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team.
Azusa Pacific gets their third win in five days in the Hawaiian Islands with a 81-67 triumph over Hawaii Hilo.
Cydnie Jones earned PacWest co-Player of the Week accolades as the Cougars posted a 2-0 record last week.
The Cougars overcome a slow start to post a 78-67 win over Hawaii Pacific, the PacWest's last undefeated team.
Azusa Pacific forces 23 turnovers in helping them to a 68-46 win over BYU-Hawaii.
The Cougars play one of their best games of the season as they cruise to a 90-60 win over Dixie State.
Azusa Pacific forces overtime with rally but Point Loma prevails 68-57 in overtime.
Every starter scored in double figures as Azusa Pacific posted a 73-61 win over Dixie State on Saturday evening.
Azusa Pacific committed a season high 24 turnovers as they fell to Academy of Art 69-66 on Monday evening.
After posting her best game in an Azusa Pacific uniform, Cydnie Jones was honored as the PacWest Defender of the Week.
Azusa Pacific deposited enough points in the bank in the opening minutes as the held on for a 60-54 win over Dominican on Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific showed no signs of rust as they posted a 91-54 win over Holy Names. It was their first game in 13-days.
A nip-and-tuck contest goes Academy of Art's way 74-70 in a matchup of the PacWest's top teams.
Azusa Pacific overcame a rough shooting evening to post a 68-59 victory over Notre Dame de Namur.
Azusa Pacific gets back into the win column with a 75-71 PacWest victory over Dominican.
Azusa Pacific concludes a five-game road swing through the PacWest with three games this week in the Bay Area.
Azusa Pacific struggles at Point Loma continued as they fell 76-63 on Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific shared the wealth as numerous players contributed to its 79-67 victory over Fresno Pacific.
A slow start for Azusa Pacific was too much to overcome as UC San Diego posted a 62-49 win over Saturday evening.
A close contest goes to San Bernardino 61-60 as a late free throw gives the Coyotes the win.
For the second consecutive week junior forward Kelly Hardeman was named the PacWest Player of the Week.
The Azusa Pacific women’s basketball program has announced the signing of Madison Lewis to a National Letter of Intent for the 2015-16 season.
Azusa Pacific falls to Seattle Pacific 77-65 on Saturday evening as they dropped their first game in five contests to start the season.
Playing their third opponent who qualified for last season’s NCAA Division II Championships, the Cougars came out on top with a hard fought 79-74 victory over #21 Western Washington
Despite being down 17 points, Azusa Pacific rallies for a 63-58 win over Cal State L.A.
Kelly Hardeman earned PacWest Player of the Week honors after helping the Cougars to wins over Cal State Dominguez Hills and Cal Poly Pomona.
Azusa Pacific scored in the final 10 seconds of regulation and overtime before claiming the double OT win.
Azusa Pacific erases first half deficit to post 72-65 victory in season opener against Cal State Dominguez Hills.
The Cougars begins the 2014-15 season with a pair of home games this weekend against Cal Poly Pomona and Cal State Dominquez Hills.
Kelly Hardeman was named to the preseason all-conference team while the Cougars were picked second in the 13-team PacWest.
The team spent the final weekend of September in Tecate, Mexico building a home with Baja Christian Ministries.
Azusa Pacific women's basketball will be leading a missions trip to Baja California in late September.