Construction is underway on an 8-court tennis facility that will host Azusa Pacific’s NAIA-power men’s and women’s tennis programs.
Matthijs Bolsius and Patrick Kur were named NAIA Men’s Tennis All-American first team, highlighting Azusa Pacific’s postseason honorees.
Azusa Pacific was kept out of the NAIA title match for the first time since 2002, dropping Thursday’s 5-1 semifinal to Auburn Montgomery.
Azusa Pacific welcomed NAIA Tournament newcomer California Baptist to the national stage with a 5-1 win in Wednesday’s quarterfinals.
Point Loma Nazarene took 2 of 3 doubles from Azusa Pacific, but the Cougars pulled out a 5-3 win to advance to the national quarterfinals.
Azusa Pacific’s 8-year run as NAIA Region II champion was ended by Friday’s 5-3 defeat to Fresno Pacific.
Azusa Pacific clinched its ninth straight NAIA Region II men’s tennis finals appearance after a 5-0 win over California Baptist Thursday.
Azusa Pacific dropped its third straight match with a 5-4 loss to Hawaii Pacific Tuesday at Citrus College.
Azusa Pacific dropped back-to-back conference matches for the first time in over a decade, losing 6-3 to Vanguard.
Azusa Pacific’s GSAC-record 58-match conference winning streak came to an end with a narrow 5-4 defeat to Fresno Pacific Wednesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific posted a 7-2 win over the NCAA Division III’s top-ranked Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) Friday afternoon at Citrus College.
Azusa Pacific cruised to a 9-0 victory over Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) Tuesday afternoon.
The NAIA’s No. 2-ranked Azusa Pacific edged No. 13-ranked Point Loma Nazarene, 5-4, despite missing a pair of regular starters from the lineup.
Azusa Pacific dropped just its second match of the year, 7-2, to the NCAA Division II’s No. 9-ranked Rollins (Fla.) Monday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific defeated its highest-ranked opponent to date with Wednesday’s 6-3 win over Concordia at Citrus College.
Azusa Pacific cruised to an 8-1 home win over Cal Poly Pomona Monday.
Azusa Pacific posted a 9-0 win over Hope International Tuesday afternoon in Glendora.
Azusa Pacific extended its GSAC-record conference winning streak to 55 matches with an 8-1 road win over Westmont Saturday.
Azusa Pacific’s men’s tennis team reclaimed the GSAC’s conference winning streak record with a 9-0 win at Biola.
Brigham Young (Utah) handed Azusa Pacific its first defeat of the season, 7-2, Monday at Citrus College.
Azusa Pacific won 5 of 6 singles matches to post its GSAC all-sports record-tying 53rd straight conference win.
Four Cougars won straight-set singles matches to lead Azusa Pacific to a 7-2 win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Saturday.
Azusa Pacific’s men’s tennis team posted a doubles sweep en route to an 8-1 win over UC San Diego Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific cruised to its second straight sweep in as many days, this time blanking Occidental, 9-0, Friday afternoon at Citrus College.
Azusa Pacific swept doubles and posted straight-sets wins in every singles match in a 9-0 season-opening victory over La Verne Thursday afternoon.