Brittany Flanagan, Natalie Sun, and Rachael Harding were first-team NAIA All-Americans, leading a long list of Cougars to receive postseason awards recognition.
Azusa Pacific’s prolific offense was shut down by No. 2-seeded Lee, which scored once early and held on late for a 1-0 NAIA semifinals win that ended the Cougars' 2010 season.
Kelsey Walker scored her second straight game-winner, lifting Azusa Pacific to a 3-0 victory in the NAIA quarterfinals over GSAC rival California Baptist.
Azusa Pacific rallied twice from a goal down for a 3-2 second-round win over 14th-seeded Oklahoma City.
Azusa Pacific opened its 13th consecutive NAIA Tournament appearance by not allowing a shot in a 3-0 Opening Round home win over William Jessup.
Azusa Pacific avenged its only defeat of the year with Friday’s 3-0 win over California Baptist in the GSAC Tournament championship game.
Freshman Laura Feehs scored the game-winner midway through the second half to lead Azusa Pacific into the GSAC title game with a 2-0 semifinal win over Concordia.
Azusa Pacific opened the postseason with a pair of first-half goals in a 3-0 GSAC Tournament win over Fresno Pacific Tuesday.
Azusa Pacific claimed its sixth straight GSAC regular-season title, with Biola’s win over The Master’s Saturday clinching the Cougars’ crown.
Kelsey Walker has 2 goals and an assist in a 3-goal second-half outburst to lead Azusa Pacific to a 3-1 win over Fresno Pacific Tuesday afternoon.
The NAIA's No. 3-ranked Azusa Pacific scored a pair of second half goals to beat San Diego Christian, 2-0.
Azusa Pacific scored in the first 10 minutes and out-shot Westmont 18-3 to rebound from its first loss of the year with a 2-0 road win Wednesday.
Just 4 days after taking the GSAC lead, Azusa Pacific gave it right back after suffering a 2-1 overtime defeat Saturday at California Baptist.
The NAIA's No. 2-ranked Azusa Pacific knocked The Master's out of the GSAC perch and took over first place with a 1-0 victory.
Azusa Pacific didn’t allow a shot until the final 11 minutes in a 3-1 win over Biola Saturday in Azusa.
Allie Stone scored her first career goal and anchored Azusa Pacific's strong defensive effort in a 3-0 road win over Concordia Wednesday in Irvine.
Natalie Sun scored the equalizer plus the game-winning “golden goal” in overtime to lift Azusa Pacific to a 3-2 win over No. 17 Point Loma Nazarene Saturday in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific wanted relief, not from the heat, but from an upset and got it with a late goal to beat Hope International, 1-0.
In its first game atop the NAIA rankings, Azusa Pacific wasn’t able to put away No. 8 Vanguard, settling for a 1-1 double-overtime draw in Saturday’s GSAC opener.
For the second straight game, Azusa Pacific avenged a 2009 defeat, knocking off 2-time defending NAIA champion Lee (Tenn.), 2-1, Saturday night in Tennessee.
Emily Wood’s first collegiate goal broke the ice late in the first half of Azusa Pacific’s 2-1 win over No. 10-ranked William Carey Thursday in Tennessee.
Freshman forward Laura Feehs tallied a hat-trick to lead Azusa Pacific to a 4-1 win over Kansas Wesleyan Saturday in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific’s 26-shot barrage yielded a single goal, Brittany Flanagan’s 65th-minute strike, as the Cougars posted a 1-0 win over Colorado Christian Friday in Azusa.
Jennie Cress scored 2 goals including the game-winner, to spark Azusa Pacific to a 5-2 win over Trinity Western Wednesday afternoon.
Natalie Sun’s 20-yard free kick in the final minute gave Azusa Pacific a season-opening 2-2 draw with Cal State Dominguez Hills.