Azusa Pacific will be one of four Southern California hosts for the ITA Summer Circuit in July.
Cougar Athletics continues its weekly summer feature counting down the top 13 teams, this week highlighting 2005 men's tennis.
Azusa Pacific claimed the program's second national championship with a 5-3 win over Fresno Pacific in the NCCAA championship match.
The Cougars punched their ticket to the title match with another dominating performance, defeating Shorter 5-0 in the NCCAA semifinals.
The Cougars finished pool play unscathed, advancing out of pool A with the top-seed heading into the NCCAA semifinals on Thursday morning.
The Cougars cruised in the opening day of the NCCAA national championships, posting a pair of pool play wins on Tuesday.
Azusa Pacific dropped its second straight match, losing to Grand Canyon (Ariz.) in the third place match of the PacWest championshipss.
Azusa Pacific's bid for a third straight win over Fresno Pacific came up short as the Cougars lost their first match of the year.
Azusa Pacific advances to the semifinals of the Pacific West Conference tournament with a 5-0 win over Hawai'i Hilo.
The Cougars clinched their first-ever perfect season with a 9-0 drubbing of Biola on Monday.
Azusa Pacific picked up its 20th straight win, beating BYU-Hawaii on Saturday to keep its perfect season alive.
The Cougars continued their impressive season with their 19th straight win, defeating Point Loma 8-1.
Azusa Pacific's tennis matches against Academy of Art and Point Loma will be streamed live on Friday.
The Cougars blasted Hope International, sweeping the Royals 9-0 on Monday.
With all eyes on Gary Yam, the sophomore clinched the Cougars' second-consecutive win over Fresno Pacific this season.
The Cougars held off a talented Amherst squad to register their 16th straight victory on Friday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific pushed its winning streak to 15 matches on Friday, beating Westmont 7-2.
Azusa Pacific overcame an early hole, and won five of six singles matches to come away with a 6-3 victory over Emory.
Azusa Pacific's impressive season hit a milestone on Wednesday, setting the program's second-best all-time mark to open the season with its 13th straight win.
For the second time this season Azusa Pacific overcame a 2-1 hole to Grand Canyon, defeating the Antelopes 6-3 on Saturday.
Azusa Pacific cruised in a 9-0 defeat of Hawai'i Hilo to improve to 11-0 this year.
The Cougars extended their winning streak to 10 matches with a 9-0 defeat of Hope International.
Azusa Pacific won its ninth straight match, but saw an impressive streak come to an end in a 7-2 win over Western New Mexico.
Azusa Pacific snapped a 12-match losing streak to Fresno Pacific, notching a 5-4 win over the Sunbirds to post the Cougars' first win in Fresno since 2007.
Azusa Pacific kept its perfect record intact with a 9-0 defeat of Concordia in the Cougars' home opener.
Azusa Pacific upended No. 10 Grand Canyon on Saturday to close its Phoenix trip with a perfect 4-0 record.
Azusa Pacific didn't drop a match in a pair of 9-0 wins against Metro State and Montana State-Billings on Friday at the Grand Canyon Tournament.
The Cougars had no problems posting a perfect weekend in San Diego, defeating Point Loma to record a 2-0 season-opening road trip.
Azusa Pacific registered a 7-2 defeat of UCSD to open the 2013 season on Friday.
With one of the most talented lineups in recent history, the Azusa Pacific men's tennis team is looking to make an immediate impact in the PacWest.