Azusa Pacific men’s and women’s tennis coach Mark Bohren received his 2006 Wilson/ITA NAIA Men’s Coach of the Year award Friday night at the ITA Coaches Convention at the luxurious Doral Golf Resort & Spa for his work in building the Azusa Pacific men’s tennis program into a national powerhouse. The award was Bohren’s third Wilson/ITA Coach of the Year honor in the past 4 seasons.
Azusa Pacific had 4 players honored with NAIA All-American awards for their work on the court in leading the Cougars to their fourth consecutive title match.
Auburn Montgomery swept all 3 doubles matches to build an early advantage and went to beat Azusa Pacific, 5-0, to win the program's sixth NAIA national championship.
The top 2 seeds in the NAIA Tournament will meet for the title tomorrow after Azusa Pacific beat Freed Hardeman, 5-1, to join Auburn Montgomery in the championship match. The Cougars are looking to repeat as national champions.
Azusa Pacific continued its remarkable run of reaching the national semifinals. With a 5-0 win over Berry, the Cougars advanced to the semis of the NAIA Championship Tournament for the fourth straight season.
The top-ranked team in the country throughout the campaign, Azusa Pacific showed why it is a team to be reckoned with beating Point Loma, 5-0, to advance to the quarterfinals of the NAIA Tournament.
Trailing 2-1, Azusa Pacific stormed back in singles play to claim a 5-3 win over Fresno Pacific. The Cougars won their seventh consecutive Region II title.
Azusa Pacific has a chance to win its seventh consecutive Region II championship tomorrow after beating Point Loma Nazarene, 5-0, in the semifinal. The top-seeded Cougars will face the No. 2 seed Fresno Pacific at 2 p.m.
Azusa Pacific will host the men's and women's Region II championships this week at Citrus College. The tournament features 6 teams ranked in the NAIA's top-10.
For the eighth time in the past 9 seasons, Azusa Pacific claimed the Ojai Valley Tournament Men's Independent championship. Boris Bakalov repeated as the singles champion and teamed with Tom Jelsma to win the doubles title.
For the fifth straight season, Azusa Pacific finished with an unblemished record in conference play beating Vanguard, 8-1, to wrap up a 12-0 GSAC campaign.
The Azusa Pacific men's tennis program may be looking at a run at back-to-back national championships but first it won an impressive fifth straight GSAC title beating Point Loma Nazarene, 9-0.
Azusa Pacific beat Westmont, 5-1, in an early morning match that bettered its record to 19-1.
Azusa Pacific has played well all season long and that theme continued as it defeated the University of Hawaii at Hilo, 8-1, to improve to 17-1 on the season.
Azusa Pacific, the No. 1-ranked team in the NAIA, took the court against the best NCAA Division III has to offer, Gustavus Adolphus. The end result was another Cougar victory, a 7-2 decision that solidifies their top ranking.
Azusa Pacific has not lost a match on the road all season and that trend continued with a 7-2 victory over Concordia. The Cougars improved to 15-1 overall and 8-0 in the GSAC.
What about bad weather and tough-minded opponents? Neither have slowed down Azusa Pacific which beat No. 6-ranked Vanguard, 6-3, to better its record to 14-1.
In a rematch of last year's NAIA title match, Azusa Pacific again had the upper hand. The Cougars won 7-2 to improve to 13-1 on the season.
After going 13 days without playing because of bad weather Azusa Pacific showed some rust. However, it didn't prevent the Cougars from posting a 5-4 win over Sacramento State.
Azusa Pacific has Fresno Pacific's number and it showed why again today beating the Sunbirds, 7-2. The Cougars have taken both matches this season.
Azusa Pacific is now a perfect 10-0 after defeating Westmont, 9-0, dropping only 16 games in the match during the process.
Boris Bakalov and Patrick Kur continued their exceptional early season play as Azusa Pacific beat Claremont, 7-2.
Azusa Pacific cruised to a 9-0 win over a much improved Hope International squad to run its season opening win streak to 6.
Azusa Pacific upended Abilene Christian, 6-3, to claim the California Team Tournament on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona, Saturday.
Azusa Pacific used its quality depth to turn in a 7-2 win over Cal Poly Pomona on Friday afternoon. Its the Cougars' fifth straight win to open the season.
Azusa Pacific got wins from its top 3 singles players and held on for a 6-3 win over Fresno Pacific in the first ever match between the programs.
A day after knocking off UC San Diego, the defending national champion Azusa Pacific beat Point Loma Nazarene, 8-1, to win its third straight match to open the season.
Boris Bakalov and Tom Jelsma won a close doubles match, giving the NAIA's No. 1-ranked Azusa Pacific an insurmountable 3-0 lead that turned into an 8-1 whipping of UC San Diego.
Azusa Pacific returned to the tennis court this afternoon and began the defense of its national championship with a 7-2 win over Redlands.