Mayra Almazan earned All-American honors from the NSCAA.
Jason Surrell was voted as the West Region Coach of the Year by the NSCAA.
Mayra Almazan, Haley Patterson, Allyn Brown and Katelyn Rogers earned All-Region accolades.
Azusa Pacific's season came to a close with 1-0 setback to Western Washington in West Region Championship.
Azusa Pacific west region championship game is set for Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. in Bellingham, Wash.
An early goal from Victoria Kovatch was all Azusa Pacific needed to knock off Sonoma State and advance to the West Region final.
Mayra Almazan was named the PacWest Player of the Year to lead a group of five all-conference players from Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific will play host to the first- and second-rounds of the NCAA Championships on Thursday and Saturday.
The Azusa Pacific women's soccer team is headed to the NCAA postseason as the No. 2 seed in the west region.
Katelyn Rogers was honored as the PacWest Player of the Week as the Cougars closed out the regular season.
Azusa Pacific posted their 11th shutout of the season with a 1-0 victory against Dominican.
The Cougars continued their dominance against Holy Names with a 6-1 victory on Thursday.
The Cougars are ranked second in the west region and 19th in the nation heading into the final weekend of the regular season.
Haley Fisher was recognized as the PacWest Players of the Week after scoring four goals in the two games last week.
Haley Fisher scored twice in the Cougars 3-0 win against Hawaii-Hilo on Senior Night.
Azusa Pacific scored three times in the final half to secure a 3-0 win against BYU-Hawaii.
Mayra Almazan and Cara Scammon won Player and Freshman of the Week from the PacWest.
Goals during the late stages of each half were enough in a 2-0 victory against Academy of Art.
Azusa Pacific got a golden goal from Katelyn Rogers to eek out a 3-2 overtime win against Notre Dame de Namur.
Stephanie Lossau scored the game winner for the second straight game as the Cougars beat Fresno Pacific 2-1.
A golden goal by Stephanie Lossau gave the Cougars a 1-0 win against rival California Baptist.
Azusa Pacific fought through the heat to post their second straight shutout with a 2-0 win against Hawaii Pacific.
Azusa Pacific scored three times in an eight minute stretch in the first half en route to a 3-0 win against Chaminade.
On Saturday, Oct. 10 the women's soccer team is hosting an alumni game at 11 a.m.
For the second straight game Azusa Pacific suffered a double overtime loss. Concordia topped the Cougars 2-1.
Azusa Pacific lost for the first time in 2015 as Point Loma scored a golden goal to win 1-0.
The Cougars opened PacWest play with a 4-1 road victory against Dixie State on Thursday afternoon.
With their 4-0 start the Azusa Pacific women's soccer program was recognized with a top 25 national ranking.
Haley Williamson is the second straight Cougar player to earn PacWest Defender of the Week honors.
Azusa Pacific improved to 4-0 with a one-goal win against Cal State L.A. on Saturday evening.
Azusa Pacific moved to 3-0 in 2015 with a victory over UC San Diego on Thursday.
After claiming the Warrior Challenge title, Mayra Almazan and Sarah Klinkenberg were honored by the PacWest.
Katelyn Rogers scored twice as Azusa Pacific posted a 2-0 win against Cal State East Bay.
Azusa Pacific knocked off 10th ranked Stanislaus State to start their season on a winning note.
This year's women's soccer roster is poised to get Azusa Pacific back into the postseason.
The women's soccer squad was picked to finish third in the preseason poll of the conference's head coaches.
The Azusa Pacific women’s soccer team picked-up nine commitments for the 2015 season.