Hawai'i Pacific won the 2015 PacWest Championship with a 5-0 win against Azusa Pacific on Saturday.
Azusa Pacific will return to the PacWest title match for the second year in a row after Yam clinched a 5-4 Cougar victory for the 11th time in his career defeating No. 3 seed BYU-Hawaii
Azusa Pacific showed why it was the No. 2 seed at the conference tournament with an easy 5-0 win over Hawai`i Hilo to roll into the semifinals of the tournament.
The PacWest tennis tournament gets underway on Thursday in Surprize, Ariz.
On Senior Day, seniors Ben Eger and Gary Yam got the clinching victories to lead the Cougars to a win over No. 1 CMS in NCAA Division III, 5-4 on Friday afternoon at the Cougar Tennis Complex.
Junior Jan Meyer earned the ITA's No. 1 ranking recently among all NCAA Division II players.
The West Region's No. 2 ranked Azusa Pacific took control of its playoff destiny by completing a season sweep of No. 3 UC San Diego with a 7-2 victory on Saturday afternoon.
With an adjusted doubles lineup, Azusa Pacific blanked Lewis-Clark State, 9-0, in a non-conference men's tennis match Wednesday afternoon.
Gary Yam pulled off a pair of improbable comebacks last week to defeat Williams and earn PacWest Player of the Week.
The Cougars improved to 15-3 with their fifth consecutive win after defeating Hawai`i Hilo 8-1 on Friday afternoon in soccer uniforms.
Gary Yam and Jan Meyer paired up for their tenth doubles victory this season before each earning crucial singles wins to defeat Williams, 5-4.
Jan Meyer was named the PacWest Player of the Week after helping the Cougars to an undefeated week.
Azusa Pacific swept past Point Loma in a crucial regional match-up on Saturday.
Azusa Pacific closed out a 5-4 win late against Amherst, the top NCAA Division III team, on Friday afternoon.
Gary Yam clinched another Cougar victory 4-3 over the Army by winning his third-set tiebreaker 10-6.
Hawaii Pacific continued to solidify their spot among the nation's best with a 9-0 win against Azusa Pacific.
The Cougars eight-match winning streak came to a close with an 8-1 setback to No. 4 Armstrong State.
The Cougars have worn bandanas in their last three matches and won all three 7-2, including a 7-2 win over No. 22 St. Edwards on Saturday morning.
Azusa Pacific won their seventh straight match with a 7-2 victory over Rochester on Thursday.
Azusa Pacific won their sixth in-a-row by topping San Diego Christian 7-2 on Monday.
Azusa Pacific dropped just one set as they posted a 9-0 victory over Westmont on Friday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific defended its No. 2 spot in the West Region rankings that came out Wednesday, defeating No. 4 BYU-Hawaii 5-4.
Azusa Pacific Senior Ben Eger was named PacWest Player of the Week after his solid showings in last week’s three competitions.
The Cougars won their second meeting with a former GSAC opponent defeating Concordia 8-1.
Azusa Pacific improved to 4-1 this season with a comfortable 8-0 win over Holy Names on Friday afternoon.
After suffering their first loss of the season last week, the Cougars bounced back with an 8-1 victory over Western New Mexico.
Vanguard edged the Cougars in a rematch of former GSAC opponents after coming back from match point down in two doubles matches.
Junior Jan Meyer was named Pacific West Conference Player of the Week in the season's first week after posting convincing wins.
Tomas Aranguiz was a late addition to the singles lineup, but was the one who eventually clinched the Cougars' second 5-4 win to start the season.
Pascal Engel clinched a Cougar victory for the first time in his career after being named the PacWest Newcomer of the Year last season.
Returning six players off a squad that won the NCCAA national title last season, the Cougars are poised for greatness during their first season of NCAA Division II playoff eligibility.