Theresa Broad, Katie Rorabaugh and Lauren Lane capped their Cougar women’s soccer careers with NAIA All-American and All-Tournament recognition.
For the second time in 3 weeks, Point Loma advanced past Azusa Pacific in a shootout, this time ending the Cougars’ season.
Senior defender Katie Rorabaugh scored on a 40-yard free kick for the lone goal in Azusa Pacific’s 1-0 win over Graceland Wednesday.
Azusa Pacific wasn’t fazed by a first-half deficit or soggy the conditions, posting a 2-1 NAIA Tournament win over Indiana Wesleyan Monday.
Molly Lavin's 4th-minute goal sparked Azusa Pacific to a 3-0 win over Maine-Fort Kent in the NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship.
Azusa Pacific was eliminated from the GSAC Tournament in penalty kicks following a 1-1 draw with Point Loma Nazarene Friday.
Hayley Gustafson scored with an assist from Marissa Ranberger for the lone score in Azusa Pacific’s 1-0 win over Westmont Tuesday.
Molly Lavin scored the game-winner as GSAC champion Azusa Pacific closed out the regular season with a 1-0 road win at Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific’s 6-0 win over San Diego Christian Saturday clinched the Cougars’ fifth consecutive GSAC women’s soccer title.
Westmont scored in the final second of double-overtime for a stunning 2-1 upset over Azusa Pacific Wednesday.
Azusa Pacific rallied from a 1-0 deficit for a 2-1 win over California Baptist in Saturday afternoon’s clash between NAIA top 5 teams.
Lauren Lane’s first career goal was "golden," lifting Azusa Pacific to a 1-0 double-OT win in the driving rain at The Master’s Tuesday.
Lauren Lane set up a pair of scores in Azusa Pacific’s 3-1 win over Biola Saturday afternoon in La Mirada.
Natalie Sun scored just 88 seconds after the opening whistle to lead Azusa Pacific to a 2-0 GSAC win over Concordia Wednesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific remained unbeaten in GSAC play with its third straight 1-0 conference victory, beating Point Loma Nazarene Saturday in San Diego.
Freshman Natalie Sun scored the game's only goal to propel No. 4-ranked Azusa Pacific to a 1-0 victory over Hope International.
Theresa Broad’s game-winner with 30 seconds to play in regulation lifted Azusa Pacific to a 2-1 win over Mobile (Ala.) Saturday.
Azusa Pacific was upset by NAIA No. 6-ranked William Carey, 1-0, despite 24-3 shots advantage Friday afternoon in Orange Beach, Ala.
Theresa Broad scored the lone goal as Azusa Pacific’s 1-0 win over Vanguard in the opening game of the 2009 GSAC women’s soccer schedule.
Theresa Broad tied Azusa Pacific's single-game scoring record with 5 goals in the Cougars' 6-0 win over Trinity International Saturday.
Azusa Pacific scored 6 goals in the opening half of an 8-0 win over Menlo Friday at the CBU Tournament.
Azusa Pacific held No. 3-ranked Lindsey Wilson to just 2 shots as the No. 4-ranked Cougars cruised to a 3-1 win Saturday afternoon in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific suffered a 1-0 defeat to defending NAIA champion Lee (Tenn.) Thursday evening in Riverside.
Thursday's men's and women's soccer games have been moved, due to smoke from the Morris fire in the Angeles National Forest.
A high-octane Cougar Classic kicks off Azusa Pacific’s 2009 women’s soccer schedule.