Junior linebacker Jay York led a parade of 7 Cougars named to the NAIA All-Independent team for the 2009 season.
Azusa Pacific fired a beacon signal to the nation with a 37-3 flattening of the NAIA’s No. 14-ranked Langston.
Azusa Pacific closes out the 2009 football season with a key NAIA game at home against nationally-ranked Langston.
Azusa Pacific’s spread offense exploded on Trinity University, registering several season-highs in a 55-27 Cougar victory.
Western Oregon picked up 366 yards and 3 TDs through the air to beat Azusa Pacific, 27-6.
Azusa Pacific returns home for its annual homecoming game, hosting Western Oregon University for the first time since 1999.
An energy-lacking Azusa Pacific fell into an early hole and couldn’t get out as Dixie State held on for a 33-23 victory.
Azusa Pacific takes to the road for the first time in 4 weeks, visiting Dixie State in St. George, Utah, Saturday (Oct. 24).
Brandon Baldwin rushed for 278 yards and a go-ahead TD to lead Southern Oregon to a 20-13 victory over Azusa Pacific.
Humboldt State laid the lumber on Azusa Pacific, forcing 4 turnovers to produce a 31-10 victory.
Emboldened by its first win of the season, Azusa Pacific preps for longtime rival Humboldt State Saturday evening.
Azusa Pacific turned the tables on a foe with its first statement game of the season, beating Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 23-7.
Central Washington turned 4 Cougar turnovers into 3 TDs to beat Azusa Pacific, 42-10.
Senior Reid Oldenburg rushed for 206 yards and 2 TDs to lead Wisconsin-La Crosse to a 49-24 victory over Azusa Pacific.
San Diego used a couple of 11-yard TD passes and a swarming defense to down Azusa Pacific, 24-12.
Carroll College answered any lingering questions about this year’s team with a convincing 35-13 victory over Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific headed to Helena, Mont., for the 2009 season opener vs. Carroll and took with them family and friends.
Azusa Pacific kicks off its 45th season of football with its largest influx of newcomers who offer added size and speed for the 2009 campaign.
Azusa Pacific welcomed 120 players to its “Fall Camp” as the Cougars prepare for their 11-game schedule that kickoffs Aug 29.
Seats are available for family, friends and fans on Azusa Pacific's charter flight to the Aug. 29 game vs. Carroll College in Helena, Mont.
With an anticipated crowd of well over 4,000, Azusa Pacific’s 2009 home opener has been moved to nearby Citrus Stadium
Azusa Pacific WR Jon Davis has been invited to the Buffalo Bills’ rookie camp this weekend.
Azusa Pacific has added NCAA Division III power Trinity University to is 2009 schedule and moved the game with Southern Oregon.
Jon Davis is preparing for his "pro day" when NFL scouts will be at Azusa Pacific to evaluate Davis' pro prospects.
Azusa Pacific has revised its 2009 schedule following Western Washington's decision to drop football.
Junior RB Chris Brown led a quartet of Cougars named to the 2008 NAIA All-Independent team.