Azusa Pacific has hired Tim Kyle to coach the women’s swimming and diving program, which enters its fourth season as a varsity program in 2011-12.
Kaylen Hewko won her fifth individual NAIA title in record time to lead Azusa Pacific to a program-best fifth-place finish at the NAIA Swimming & Diving championships.
Azusa Pacific heads into the final day of the NAIA swimming & diving championship meet in third place.
Azusa Pacific maintained its hold on second place after the first full day of swimming events Thursday at the NAIA Swimming & Diving championships.
Azusa Pacific started the NAIA Swimming & Diving championships in second place with a pair of top-4 finishes in the meet’s first diving event.
Azusa Pacific finished fifth at the PCSC Championships, for their best showing ever, and second in the first-ever GSAC meet.
After a week of battling colds, Azusa Pacific put a full team back into the pool at the PCSC Time Trials at Pepperdine.
Led by sophomore Victoria Gibb, Azusa Pacific won a 4-way meet in Orange, beating Cal State East Bay, Chapman and Soka.
Despite a late change in venue, Azusa Pacific performed well in a tri-meet in La Verne.
Senior Karla Hill recorded a pair of personal-bests to highlight the Cougars' showing at the Malibu Invitational
Azusa Pacific opened the 2010-11 swimming & diving season with a good showing in 2 competitions in Riverside.