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A Cougar Athletics tripleheader with conference title implications on the line is on tap this Saturday, when Azusa Pacific men's & women's soccer teams host California Baptist, followed by the 6:30 p.m. football game against Western Oregon.

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Published
October 31, 2013
By
Joe Reinsch

AZUSA, Calif. -- Tickets for three crucial matchups affecting conference championship races in women's soccer, men's soccer, and football on Saturday, Nov. 2, are available for online purchase through the link listed below. By choosing the print-at-home delivery option, fans can avoid game-day ticket purchase lines and proceed directly to the entry gates.

PURCHASE AZUSA PACIFIC ATHLETICS TICKETS

TICKET PRICES:
Soccer: Adults $7, Seniors/non-APU students/alumni $5
Football: Adults $12, Seniors/non-APU students/alumni/military $7

The action kicks off at the Cougar Soccer Complex at 1 p.m. with women's soccer, when Pacific West Conference-leading Azusa Pacific (11-1-1, 9-0-1 PacWest) hosts California Baptist (10-4, 9-1 PacWest). The Cougars bring an eight-game winning streak into Saturday's contest, while the Lancers have won seven straight - with all 15 combined wins by shutout.

At 3:30 p.m., the men's soccer teams from PacWest co-leaders Azusa Pacific (12-4, 8-2 PacWest) and California Baptist (8-4-1, 8-2 PacWest) square off, hoping to keep pace with a Fresno Pacific squad that is 7-2 in conference play but also owns the head-to-head tiebreaker with victories over both of the conference co-leaders. Azusa Pacific's six-game winning streak was snapped Wednesday night at Fresno Pacific, while California Baptist has won three straight, and seven of its last eight, heading into Saturday's matchup.

Finally, at 6:30 p.m. at Citrus Stadium, Azusa Pacific defends its one-game lead in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference standings over second-place Western Oregon, which brings the GNAC's highest-scoring offense and a three-game winning streak into Saturday night's meeting. The Cougars posted a 34-32 win over Western Oregon on Oct. 5, which started Azusa Pacific's current four-game win streak.