The Intercollegiate Tennis Association has honored individuals from the Cougar tennis program for their academic success.
Azusa Pacific and Citrus College will host the ITA Summer Circuit from July 23-25
Jan Meyer was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Senior Player of the Year.
Jan Meyer was named PacWest Co-Player of the Year and Christian Schmid was Co-Newcomer of the Year, plus two other Cougars earned all-conference honors.
Azusa Pacific's season came to a close with a 5-1 loss to UC San Diego in the NCAA Division II West Region Playoffs.
For the 20th year in a row, the Cougars are playing postseason tennis, hosting UCSD in the West Region playoff for a spot in the 16-team national tournament.
Jan Meyer became the second winningest singles player in Cougar history, while Shepherd Newcomb and Christian Schmid pulled within one win of a record of their own.
For the third consecutive season, No. 1 Hawai`i Pacific defeated Azusa Pacific in the Pacific West Conference championship match.
The Cougars battled through the wind to defeat Concordia and return to the PacWest championship match for the third year in a row.
The Cougars returned to the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Club, where they have made the finals each of the last two years, to earn a 5-0 win over Hawai`i Hilo in under two hours.
Shepard Newcomb didn't lose a singles or doubles match in a critical week for the Cougars.
Azusa Pacific took a big step toward strengthening its case for the playoffs with a 6-3 victory over West Region No. 2 UC San Diego on Friday evening to improve to 17-3 on the season.
Azusa Pacific pulled out a 6-3 victory at Point Loma to begin its road trip in San Diego, giving the Cougars eight consecutive wins
Azusa Pacific won all 12 singles matches on Tuesday to defeat Hawai`i Hilo and Arizona Christian.
Azusa Pacific earned its fifth consecutive victory in a 6-0 win against Colorado Christian.
Azusa Pacific won its fourth match in four days this week with an 7-2 victory over Kenyon.
Azusa Pacific earned their third win in three days at the Cougar Tennis Complex, defeating Amherst 8-1 on Thursday afternoon to give the Jeffs their first loss of the year.
Despite an early hole the Cougars prevailed against No. 21 BYU-Hawaii.
Azusa Pacific won a convincing decision over NCAA Division I Connecticut on Tuesday.
Emory rallied for an early hole to beat Azusa Pacific on Wednesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific became the first team in 2016 to win a point against Hawai`i Pacific, but eventually took an 8-1 loss to the No. 2 team in the nation.
The Cougars claimed a 7-2 win over Rollins which was ranked in the top 10 in the nation in the preseason, winning each of the first five singles matches off the court.
Azusa Pacific was tested but grabbed a 5-4 victory against Western New Mexico.
Azusa Pacific started a brutal home stretch with a 9-0 victory against Holy Names.
Jan Meyer's 22nd consecutive singles victory helped the Cougars improve to 5-1 on the season with a 6-3 win over Point Loma.
Azusa Pacific has now won all 27 sets this season played against NAIA opponents with its 9-0 win against Westmont, which is ranked No. 15 in the NAIA.
UC San Diego upset Azusa Pacific with a 5-4 victory under the lights on Saturday afternoon for UCSD's first win over Azusa Pacific since 2011.
A pair of Dutchmen got the Cougars' first two singles victories to clinch the team's third consecutive win to start the season.
Alan Leahy defeated the No. 48 player in the NAIA to earned PacWest Player of the Week honors.
Azusa Pacific won 17 of 18 matches in a season-opening double-header that including an 8-1 triumph over the No. 4 team in Division III tennis.
The Azusa Pacific men's tennis team opens its 2016 campaign with a double-header on Saturday as the Cougars begin the road to Denver, Colo.