Twenty-two players from Azusa Pacific earned recognition in various 2011 postseason awards programs, including a pair of CoSIDA Academic All-Americans.
Azusa Pacific's NAIA playoff run came to an end with a 17-14 quarterfinal loss to defending national champion Carroll College.
Azusa Pacific makes its fourth NAIA quarterfinals appearance Saturday against the defending national champion Carroll College.
The NAIA has announced football quarterfinal pairings, and Azusa Pacific is headed back to Helena, Mont., to face defending national champion Carroll College.
Azusa Pacific piled up nearly 600 yards of offense, including 379 on the ground, in a 48-26 NAIA first-round playoff win over No. 10 Ottawa.
Azusa Pacific opens the 2011 NAIA playoffs with a 5 p.m. first-round game at home against No. 10 Ottawa.
Azusa Pacific moved up to No. 8 in the final NAIA Coaches Poll and opens the playoffs next week at home against No. 10-ranked Ottawa.
Azusa Pacific solidified its claim for a playoff spot by racking up 344 yards rushing in a 49-6 road win at Menlo in the regular-season finale.
John van den Raadt was named NAIA National Player of the Week after setting Azusa Pacific's career completions record in a 51-28 Homecoming win over Southern Oregon.
Senior QB John van den Raadt's 388 yards of total offense led Azusa Pacific to a 51-28 win over Southern Oregon.
Lindenwood scored twice in the final three minutes against the NAIA's No. 8-ranked Azusa Pacific to claim a 38-31 win over the Cougars.
Azusa Pacific blocked a punt for touchdown on the opening possession, then rushed for a season-high 442 yards en route to a 48-19 road win over Dixie State.
The NAIA's No. 12-ranked Azusa Pacific rushed for 315 yards in a 54-21 victory over McPherson on Saturday.
Jake Jones had two sacks and a blocked field-goal to help lead Azusa Pacific to a 52-23 win over Webber International.
Spencer Danielson’s 96-yard return of a blocked field goal attempt capped a flurry of second-quarter scoring in Azusa Pacific’s third straight win, a 43-7 victory over Chapman.
Azusa Pacific rushed for 441 yards, just 12 yards shy of the school-record, in a 51-3 rout over Whittier Saturday night.
Azusa Pacific scored a school-record nine touchdowns, including seven on the ground behind a 356-yard rushing attack, in a 65-14 win over La Verne.
San Diego scored 4 fourth-quarter TDs in a wild finish, holding off Azusa Pacific late for a 42-40 win over the Cougars in Saturday's season opener.
The 2011 Azusa Pacific football outlook continues with a position-by-position preview.
Azusa Pacific kicks off the 2011 season Saturday against San Diego, the first of seven home games for the Cougars, who hope to return to the NAIA playoffs.
Azusa Pacific senior QB John van den Raadt appears on a regional cover of the 2011 VSN NAIA Football Preview magazine, which is available for purchase online.
Azusa Pacific announces intention to accept associate membership for football into NCAA Division II's Great Northwest Athletic Conference beginning in 2012.
With 18 starters back, Azusa Pacific is ranked No. 15 in the NAIA Coaches Top 25 Spring Poll.
Fresh off an NAIA playoff appearance, Azusa Pacific’s football program returned to the field for the start of spring practice this week.
NAIA power Azusa Pacific will host the Fifth Annual Cougar Golf Classic on April 11 at the Glendora Country Club.
Azusa Pacific football head coach Victor Santa Cruz has released the Cougars' 10-game schedule for 2011.
Azusa Pacific Head Football Coach Victor Santa Cruz has been named the 2010 NAIA Independent Coach of the Year.