Azusa Pacific women's soccer team was honored for its fine season with 5 All-American selections this past week by the NAIA. Leading the way is Shannon Coe who earned a place on the first team.
Simon Fraser (B.C.) knocked off Azusa Pacific, 2-1, to eliminate it from the NAIA Championship Tournament and end the Cougars season.
Top-ranked Azusa Pacific made quick work of Indiana Wesleyan in its first game at the 2005 NAIA Championship Tournament, downing the Wildcats, 3-0, after scoring 2 goals in the first 20 minutes of play.
Azusa Pacific is making its eighth straight NAIA Championship Tournament appearance and will open play Thursday, Nov. 17, against either Indiana Wesleyan or Park in the 20-team tournament field at Olathe, Kan.
The NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific beat No. 10-ranked Point Loma Nazarene, 1-0, to claim its second consecutive Region II championship this afternoon at the Azusa Square.
Bridget Brotherton and the NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific advanced to the Region II championship game by defeating California Baptist, 3-1, in penalty kicks.
All-GSAC midfielder Jolie Nitta scored a goal and assisted on another as the No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific beat Concordia, 2-0, in the opening round of the Region II playoffs this afternoon at Azusa Square.
After finishing second for the past 2 seasons the NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific polished off an unbeaten regular season with a 1-0 win over Concordia to claim the GSAC championship.
The NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific blanked Fresno Pacific, 3-0, and in the process moved into sole possession of first place. It was the fourth consecutive shutout for the Cougars.
With precious little time remaining, Shannon Coe scored in double overtime lifting the NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific over San Diego Christian, 1-0, in double overtime.
The NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific beat The Master's 1-0 as Megan Cardin scored the 107th minute. With the win the Cougars moved to 11-0-3 on the season.
The NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific and Point Loma Nazarene spent the afternoon trying to declare a winner but, in the end, settled for a 0-0 tie.
Shannon Coe scored her fourteenth goal of the season as the NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific beat Hope International, 3-1, Tuesday afternoon at the Azusa Square.
GK Jill Colfer and the NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific blanked the NAIA's No. 23-ranked Vanguard, 2-0, to improve to 9-0-2 on the season.
The NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific found themselves in a physical battle with California Baptist. However, the Cougars prevailed, 1-0.
In a battle of conference rivals, Azusa Pacific and Westmont battled to a 0-0 tie, Saturday afternoon, at the Azusa Square.
Senior forward Shannon Coe has been named NAIA Player of the Week for leading No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific to wins over Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) and Lee (Tenn.), last weekend.
In a battle of top 10 teams, Azusa Pacific and Biola battled to a 1-1 tie, Tuesday night, at Al Barbour Field, in La Mirada, Calif.
Azusa Pacific got goals from 4 different players as it defeated Lee (Tenn.), 4-1, in the second day of action at the Kelme Classic in Columbia, Ky.
In a battle of the NAIA's top-2 women's soccer teams in the land, No. 2-ranked Azusa Pacific knocked off No. 1-ranked Lindsey Wilson (Ky.), 2-1, in Columbia, Ky.
Azusa Pacific remained undefeated by knocking off Holy Names 4-0, Saturday afternoon, at the Azusa Square.
The NAIA's No. 2-ranked Azusa Pacific Cougars got a goal from Shannon Coe in the 79th minute to defeat Notre Dame de Namur 2-1.
Senior forward Shannon Coe scored 4 goals as the Cougars routed Whittier 9-0 to win their third game in a row.
Shannon Coe scored 3 goals to lead Azusa Pacific over Chapman 3-0.
Junior Jolie Nitta scored late to lift the NAIA's No. 10-ranked Azusa Pacific to a 2-1 victory over Calvin (Mich.) in San Diego.
The NAIA's No. 10 ranked Cougars are poised for another successful campaign under head coach Jason Surrell.
The 2005 Azusa Pacific women's soccer schedule has been released. The Cougars have 16 matches, 6 of them non-conference tilts, including a showdown with reigning NAIA champion Lindsey Wilson (Ky.).