All-American Sam Fletcher won the individual title and then teamed with Adam Davidson to take the doubles title at this weekend's ITA Western Regional Tournament.
Two-time All-American Sam Fletcher (back row, right end) was named to the 20th ITA All-Star Team and was recently honored for his accomplishments with a ceremony in New York.
Fresh off the finest men's tennis season in school history, sophomores Sam Fletcher and Adam Davidson, and freshman Boris Bakalov were named to the NAIA All-American first team.
Back-to-back thrillers seemed to empty Azusa Pacific's tank as the Cougars' run towards the NAIA title ended in the championship match to Oklahoma Christian in Peachtree City, Ga.
Azusa Pacific surrendered another 3-0 lead, but again, the Cougars solved the riddle and held on to beat Embry-Riddle (Fla.), 5-3, to advance to tomorrow's championship match.
The weather wasn't cooperating, neither was Berry (Ga.), but No. 1 seed Azusa Pacific overcame both and defeated the Vikings, 5-3, to advance to its first-ever NAIA Final Four.
Azusa Pacific sent a message to the rest of the NAIA Tournament field that it deserves the NAIA's top billing, sailing to a 5-0 win over Aquinas (Mich.) in the opening round.
Azusa Pacific, which has advanced to 2 straight quarterfinals, is the top seed at the 2003 NAIA Men's Tennis National Championship, which historically is the best place to be.
Azusa Pacific cruised past Vanguard, 5-0, to claim its fourth straight NAIA Region II title and the region's automatic bid to the NAIA Tournament May 12-16.
Azusa Pacific, the top ranked team in the NAIA, made quick work of Westmont to advance to the NAIA Region II Finals where the Cougars will face Vanguard Friday at 1 p.m.
Sam Fletcher and Adam Davidson won the double's championship at the 103rd Annual Ojai Valley Tennis Tournament, lifting Azusa Pacific to the team title.
Azusa Pacific sophomore Adam Davidson has been named to the ITA All-Star team that will tour Japan this summer. He is the lone NAIA player selected to the team.
For the 13th time this season, Azusa Pacific posted a 9-0 whitewashing, this time blanking Alliant International in a non-conference match.
It was a battle between top ranked teams, and Azusa Pacific showed why it is the No. 1 team in the NAIA with a 5-4 win over NCAA Division III No. 1 Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.).
The NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific swept Vanguard, 9-0, to win its fourth GSAC title in the past 6 years, and the Cougars did it without dropping a single match.
It was one of the most entertaining matches of the year, but in the end, UC San Diego edged out the NAIA's top-ranked Azusa Pacific, 5-4.
Azusa Pacific, the NAIA's No. 1-ranked team, cruised past No. 11 Westmont, 9-0, to remain perfect in its quest for the GSAC title.
It was billed as a Top 10 showdown, but the NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific turned it into a route, downing No. 8 Lewis-Clark St. (Idaho), 9-0.
For the second straight day, Azusa Pacific looked like the NAIA's No. 1-ranked team in defeating No. 22 Point Loma, 9-0, to move to 5-0 in GSAC action.
Azusa Pacific, the NAIA's top-ranked team, cruised past NAIA-foe Baker (Kan.), 9-0, to remain perfect against NAIA opponents this year.
NCAA Division I Montana State closed the deal on 2 of 3 singles' matches that went 3 sets to get a 5-4 win over Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific spent another Saturday cruising past a ranked GSAC foe without dropping a set--this time it was Vanguard, 9-0.
Boris Bakalov returned to the lineup after a lengthy layoff, and it sparked Azusa Pacific to a fairly easy 9-0 win at Point Loma.
Sophomore Sam Fletcher remained unbeaten in singles play and top-ranked Azusa Pacific cruised past No. 18 Westmont, 7-2.
In it's first match as the NAIA's top-ranked team, Azusa Pacific downed Hope International, 9-0.
Two weeks ago, Azusa Pacific received its highest ranking ever at No. 2. This week, the Cougars did one better.
Azusa Pacific made quick work of NCAA Division II Sonoma State to finish third at this weekend's Cal Poly Pomona Team Tournament.
Azusa Pacific continued to roll with a pair of wins today, defeating Chapman, 9-0, and Redlands, 6-3.
Azusa Pacific pulled double duty today, but it paid off, and the Cougars were nearly perfect in getting their first wins of 2003.
Azusa Pacific took its second straight NCAA Division I opponent to the limit, but again the Cougars fell just short falling 6-3 to Northern Arizona.
NCAA Division I Loyola Marymount won 5 of 6 singles matches to take a 6-3 victory over Azusa Pacific in the 2003 season opener.