Azusa Pacific’s season came to an end, but not without a fight, falling to top-ranked Cal Baptist, 3-2, in 10 innings.
Azusa Pacific beat Biola, 4-3, before falling to Cal Baptist, 3-0, during the opening day of the GSAC Tourney.
Camille Hundley, Jen Whitten and Erin Halma have all been named to the 2009 All-GSAC softball team.
Five Cougar seniors made their final home contests one to remember with a stunning sweep of No. 3-ranked Point Loma Nazarene, 3-0 and 2-1.
Azusa Pacific was efficient in one win and bombastic in another to sweep Hope International, 8-3 and 14-5.
The NAIA’s No. 25-ranked Azusa Pacific dropped a pair of GSAC games at unranked Biola Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific split a GSAC doubleheader with Vanguard, winning the first game 6-5 and then losing the nightcap 5-2.
Cal State San Marcos swept a nonconference doubleheader from Azusa Pacific, 2-1 and 5-0.
Azusa Pacific managed just 5 hits on the day as top-ranked Cal Baptist swept a GSAC doubleheader, 5-0 and 4-0.
Junior Erin Halma fired a 4-hit shutout to lead Azusa Pacific to a key GSAC split with the NAIA’s No. 11-ranked Concordia
Point Loma Nazarene cooled off Azusa Pacific with a GSAC sweep of the Cougars, 2-0 and 6-3.
Azusa Pacific has now won 9 of its past 10 games after sweeping Hope International, 9-1 and 3-2.
Azusa Pacific used 4 errors to score 3 unearned runs and secure a split with Biola in a GSAC doubleheader.
Freshman Natalie Barnaby produced the biggest hit of her college career to lift Azusa Pacific to a doubleheader sweep of Vanguard.
Natalie Mickelson reached across the plate to smack an errant intentional ball four which lifted the Cougars to a sweep of Dominican.
Camille Hundley was her teammates' hero after piching Azusa Pacific to its first win over No. 3-ranked California Baptist since 2001.
Concordia swept the 2009 GSAC season-opening doubleheader from Azusa Pacific, winning 10-0 and 4-0.
Azusa Pacific salvaged a split of 4-game trip to Oregon with a 4-0 victory over tournament host Southern Oregon.
Camille Hundley struck out a school-record 15 to assure the Cougars' split with Cal State East Bay.
A bloody nose produced the perfect suicide squeeze which lifted Azusa Pacific to a sweep over Holy Names.
Erin Halma led Azusa Pacific to a doubleheader split with No. 21-ranked Cal State San Marcos.
Azusa Pacific couldn't move runners around the basepaths and dropped a doubleheader to Hawaii Pacific, 9-1 and 6-0.
Natalie Mickelson and Erika Marmolejo each hammered 2 home runs to lead Azusa Pacific to a 9-5, 13-1 sweep of Chaminade.
Azusa Pacific and coach Carrie Webber begin their second season together with a similar team but with different expectations.