Carroll College scored with 1:21 to rally for a 14-10 victory over Azusa Pacific in the semifinals of the NAIA Football Playoffs in Helena, Mont.
Azusa Pacific's defense squashed the high-octane offense of No. 1 Sioux Falls, and Marcus Lampkin rushed for 106 yards and 1 TD in the second half as the Cougars won their NAIA quarterfinal playoff game, 24-3.
Northwestern Oklahoma’s “Black Cloud” defense met its hero today in the form of the Azusa Pacific defense, which applied a fatal choke hold that paved the way to a 16-0 Cougar victory in the opening round of the NAIA Football Playoffs.
The NAIA's No. 11-ranked Azusa Pacific cast a rather looming and impressive shadow over the forthcoming NAIA football playoffs with a statement-making 68-6 throttling of Valley City State.
For the first time since 1967, Azusa Pacific is playing a football game on a Friday, when Valley City State of North Dakota visits the Cougars for a regular-season finale with an NAIA playoff berth at stake.
Azusa Pacific broke 4 records, including one with 37 first quarter points, on its way to a 58-6 victory over Crown College.
After 4 weeks on the road, including 3 straight games played outside of California, Azusa Pacific returns home for a Homecoming game vs. Crown College of Minnesota on Saturday (Nov. 6) at 6 p.m.
The NAIA's No. 6-ranked Azusa Pacific suffered a huge loss when unranked Eastern Oregon scored 12 unanswered points to rally for a 14-10 victory in La Grande, Ore.
Azusa Pacific relied on reserve QB Eric McClenahan and 9 quarterback sacks by its defense to score 28 straight points for a 35-21 comeback victory at Western New Mexico.
Azusa Pacific unleashed a defensive fury not seen in San Antonio since the battle at the Alamo. The Cougars forced 7 turnovers and went on to a 30-14 win over Trinity (Texas.)
Behind the play of true-freshman Alex Peltier and the one of the nation's premier defenses, the NAIA's No. 9-ranked Azusa Pacific finally enjoyed an easy game of football, beating Chapman, 30-3.
For one of the rare times in the past 3 seasons, Azusa Pacific will test its ability to "snap back" from defeat when the Cougars travel to Orange, Calif., to take on Chapman University in a 7 p.m. game Saturday (Oct. 9).
Marcus Miller made 4 field goals, 2 in each half, to lead the NAIA's No. 1-ranked Carroll College to a 12-0 victory over No. 7 Azusa Pacific.
The NAIA's top-ranked Carroll College of Helena, Mont., visits No. 7 Azusa Pacific Saturday in a key televised NAIA intersectional battle for west coast supremacy.
The Carroll College at Azusa Pacific football game Saturday (Oct. 2), featuring 2 NAIA Top 10-ranked teams will be televised locally in Southern California.
The NAIA's No. 7-ranked Azusa Pacific forced 5 turnovers, 2 of which turned into Cougar field goals and another inside their own goal line, to rally for a 13-9 victory over No. 17 Southern Oregon.
The NAIA's No. 9-ranked Azusa Pacific puts its 3-0 record on the line when the Cougars visit No. 18 Southern Oregon, Saturday, Sept. 25.
Azusa Pacific's defense was dazzling again, and Ben Buys hammered his way through the opponent to give the NAIA's No. 9-ranked Azusa Pacific a 17-10 victory over NCAA Division II Humboldt State.
Azusa Pacific, which has won 19 of its past 22 games including the first 2 this season, faces a monumental test this week when the Cougars come home to host a very talented Humboldt State.
Azusa Pacific's swarming defense pounded Olivet Nazarene into a 22-6 submission during Saturday night's contest in Bourbonnias, Ill.
Azusa Pacific is traveling the U.S. to play football this year and the varied journey begins this week when for only the third time in program history the Cougars cross the Mississippi River to play a game, visiting Olivet Nazarene University, Saturday (Sept. 11) for 6 p.m. (CDT) game.
Ben Buys' touchdown with 57 seconds remaining highlighted a Cougar ground game that led Azusa Pacific to a 24-17 come-from-behind victory over San Diego in both teams' season-opener.
After 3 weeks of prep work, Azusa Pacific is ready to put its No. 11 ranking in the NAIA to the test when the Cougars host NCAA Divison I-AA nationally-ranked mid-major University of San Diego before what should be a capacity crowd in Azusa Saturday (Sept. 4).
Azusa Pacific will honor the 40 greatest players of Cougar football during the 2004 campaign, which is the 40th season of Cougar football.
For the first time ever NAIA football power Azusa Pacific will be playing an 11-game schedule, traveling to Illinois, Texas, New Mexico and Oregon in 2004.
The NAIA and Azusa Pacific have handed out their awards for the 2003 season which was another excellent campaign for the Cougars.