Kianna Mourer, Rosalee Mira Santa Ana and Hailey Viehman have earned qualifying marks to participate the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships
In the fourth and final day of the Pacific Coast Swimming Conference (PCSC), Azusa Pacific wrapped up a stellar meet during a solid season.
The Cougars won another individual title and set a handful of season best marks during the third day of the PCSC Championships.
The Cougars continued to post solid marks during the second day of the PCSC Championships; highlighted by Rosalee Mira Santa Ana's conference title.
In the first day of the PCSC Championships Azusa Pacific won an individual title and set schools records.
After months of hard work the Cougars are ready to perform at their highest potential this week at the PCSC Championships in La Mirada, Calif.
The Cougars final competition prior to the conference championship came in a tri-meet against Concordia and Biola on Saturday.
The Cougars tested their abilities against NCAA Division I Pepperdine on Saturday in an effort to see how their training is going as the season ending PCSC Championships draw near.
In their first competition of any kind in a month, the Cougars dropped a 179-109 decision to No. 25 Cal State East Bay.
During the final meet of the 2014, the Cougars won events, set personal best times and qualified a diver for the NCAA Championships.
Azusa Pacific is one of nine teams competing in the event hosted by the University of La Verne.
Azusa Pacific wins 10 of the 16 events in a 174-119 dual meet win over UC Santa Cruz.
The Azusa Pacific women’s swimming and diving program has announced the signing of three student-athletes to National Letters of Intent for the 2015-16 season.
On Friday afternoon the Kianna Mourer posted a personal best ever score of 271.10 points during the three-meter diving competition at the Redlands Invitational.
Azusa Pacific won seven events an finished second as a team at the Soka Invitational.
The swimmers traveled to the University of Redlands to participate in the Bulldog Pentathlon. The Cougars sent two divers to the Trojan Diving Invitational.
The Cougars won nine events as they posted a convincing 151-79 win over Biola.
The swimming and diving team made the long flight to the final frontier to compete in two duals meets against Alaska.
The Cougars got into the pool for the first time this season at the Pacific Coast Swim and Dive Conference Relay Invitational and Pentathlon this weekend.
In just its seventh season of existence, the Azusa Pacific women’s swimming and diving squad is looking to make an impact on the national stage in 2015.