The Azusa Pacific softball program signed three players for the 2015-16 season during the NCAA’s early signing period.
Azusa Pacific softball is accepting registrations for a fall I.D. camp on Thursday, October 23.
Azusa Pacific has received commitments from three new players to go with 13 returning players for the 2015 season.
Azusa Pacific softball has announced its 2014 summer camp information.
Azusa Pacific third baseman Nicki Sprague was named to the NFCA Division II All-American team.
Azusa Pacific won its first elimination game at the NCCAA Softball National Championship to reach 40 wins before the Cougars were eliminated later in the day.
Azusa Pacific’s NCCAA Tournament opener was called for rain, and the tournament resumes Friday.
Azusa Pacific is the No. 3 seed at the 2014 NCCAA Softball National Championship, held May 15-17 in Botetourt County, Virginia.
Five Cougars earned All-PacWest softball honors, led by Nicki Sprague being named PacWest Co-Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year.
Nicki Sprague wrapped up the regular season by breaking Azusa Pacific’s single-season hits record in a 3-1, 9-1 sweep over BYU-Hawaii.
Azusa Pacific suffered an 8-0, 3-2 sweep in a non-conference doubleheader at Vanguard Wednesday afternoon.
Carly Xepoleas and Desiree Chavez were PacWest Pitcher and Newcomer of the Week after leading the Cougars to a 7-1 week.
Azusa Pacific wrapped up a four-game series sweep over Academy of Art with a 6-4, 6-3 sweep Saturday afternoon in the Bay Area.
Sona Babayan made two diving catches in the opener and Azusa Pacific rallied late in the second for a doubleheader sweep at Academy of Art.
Carly Xepoleas threw her second straight shutout to lift Azusa Pacific to a second-game win after losing Thursday’s opener at Dominican.
Narissa Garcia and Carly Xepoleas tossed back-to-back complete-game shutouts in a non-conference sweep over Hope International.
Azusa Pacific posted a perfect three-win Saturday at the Tournament of Champions in Turlock.
Azusa Pacific lost to Central Washington and Western Washington to open the Tournament of Champions in Turlock.
Azusa Pacific has added a non-conference doubleheader against Hope International next Tuesday, April 8.
Nicki Sprague and Abry Moreno claimed PacWest Player and Newcomer of the Week honors for their efforts last week.
Carrie Webber’s 200th career victory was a 5-2 opening-game win in a doubleheader split with Hawai‘i Hilo Saturday.
Azusa Pacific scored 21 runs to tie the program's single-game scoring record in a 21-0, 6-3 sweep over Chaminade Thursday.
Azusa Pacific’s 3-1, 8-0 sweep over Chaminade was the Cougars’ first PacWest sweep since mid-February.
Azusa Pacific posted an impressive win over the NAIA’s No. 1-ranked Concordia in the opener of a non-conference doubleheader split.
Azusa Pacific dropped Saturday's doubleheader opener but rallied to win Game 2 to go 3-3 on this week’s Bay Area road trip.
Narissa Garcia's career-firsts (shutout, home run) helped Azusa Pacific win Friday's opener in another PacWest doubleheader split.
Azusa Pacific split its fifth consecutive PacWest doubleheader, winning the second of two games at Holy Names Thursday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific invites softball alumni to reconnect with the program at the first annual Softball Alumni BBQ on Saturday, March 29.
Azusa Pacific collected 12 hits in each game of Thursday’s 6-1, 9-3 doubleheader sweep of Lake Superior State.
Madison Hernandez hit an extra-inning solo home run to wrap up a doubleheader and season series split with No. 3-ranked California Baptist.
Nicki Sprague’s two-run home run helped Azusa Pacific pick up a Game 2 win and split with No. 22 Dixie State Monday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific went from tie game to mercy-rule win with an eight-run fifth inning to split with No. 3 California Baptist Wednesday.
Carly Xepoleas’ shutout of No. 22-ranked Dixie State led Azusa Pacific to a doubleheader split on the road in Utah Saturday.
Renae Chappelle's first career home run was part of a dramatic walk-off victory to complete a doubleheader sweep of Hawai`i Pacific Tuesday.
The Cougars began their conference season with a win, as Jessica Melcher drove in four runs for the Cougars against the Sea Warriors
Azusa Pacific turned five hits into six runs in a 3-2, 3-1 doubleheader sweep over Biola Saturday afternoon.
Freshmen Abry Moreno and Nicki Sprague combined for 10 hits in the Cougars’ home-opening doubleheader sweep Friday.
Narissa Garcia’s complete-game win helped Azusa Pacific to three wins Saturday at the Desert Stinger Tournament.
Azusa Pacific dropped two close games on the opening day of the Desert Stinger tournament in Las Vegas.
Azusa Pacific tallied 22 hits in a 3-1, 8-0 sweep in Saturday’s season-opening doubleheader at Pomona-Pitzer.