Matthijs Bolsius won the NAIA ITA West Regional singles and doubles titles Saturday at the Munson and Bavougian Tennis Complex.
Ten of Azusa Pacific’s men’s and women’s tennis athletes received NAIA postseason honors.
Azusa Pacific’s season ended with a 5-1 NAIA Tournament quarterfinals defeat to GSAC rival Fresno Pacific Thursday.
Azusa Pacific’s doubles sweep sparked the Cougars to a 5-0 win over Point Loma Nazarene at the NAIA Tournament in Mobile, Ala.
Azusa Pacific's men's and women's tennis teams open 2009 NAIA Tournament play in Mobile, Ala., on Wednesday, May 13.
Azusa Pacific posted a 9-0 victory over Biola in its regular-season finale.
Azusa Pacific rallied from behind in every match it won in a narrow 5-4 victory over Concordia Tuesday afternoon.
Junior Mathias Weber engineered a comeback victory at No. 1 singles, highlighting an 8-1 victory over Hope International Saturday afternoon.
Defending GSAC men’s tennis champion Fresno Pacific continued its run at a title defense with a 7-2 win over 9-time champ Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific was swept in doubles by Vanguard, leading to Saturday’s 6-3 defeat that snapped the Cougars’ 3-match winning streak.
Azusa Pacific matched its season-long winning streak of 3 matches with Tuesday’s 8-1 win over Westmont.
Azusa Pacific recaptured a lost swagger, commanding an 8-1 victory over Point Loma Nazarene Saturday afternoon in San Diego.
Junior Matthijs Bolsius fought through 4 match points in a 3-set comeback to bolster Azusa Pacific to a 5-4 victory over UC Santa Cruz.
The NAIA's No. 6-ranked Azusa Pacific made strides of improvement in a 6-3 loss to No. 2-ranked California Baptist Tuesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific lost a 6-3 match to the NCAA Div. III's No. 4-ranked Middlebury (Vt.), after a series of comebacks did not swing in the Cougars' favor.
Azusa Pacific lost a 5-4 decision to Montana State Thursday afternoon, after attempting a 4-1 comeback during singles play.
Azusa Pacific snapped its 5-match home losing streak with a 6-3 victory over Amherst (Mass.) Monday afternoon in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific dropped a 5-4 conference match in Irvine, its first loss to Concordia since the Eagles returned to intercollegiate tennis in 2006.
Azusa Pacific dropped a 6-3 decision to Washington (Mo.) Friday afternoon, losing its fifth consecutive home match in the process.
Azusa Pacific missed several opportunities in a 5-4 loss to the NCAA Div. III's top-ranked Emory (Ga.) Thursday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific picked up a pair of points by default and won the remaining 7 matches for a 9-0 road win over Biola Tuesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific posted a 9-0 victory over Hope International Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific dropped its third straight match, suffering an 8-1 defeat to Fresno Pacific in a battle between GSAC men’s tennis powers.
Azusa Pacific dropped its second straight match to an NCAA Division II foe, suffering a 6-3 defeat to Hawaii Pacific Saturday.
Azusa Pacific was handed its first shutout defeat in 2 years Friday, suffering a 9-0 loss to defending NCAA Div. II runner-up Barry University.
Freshman Jack Zapala's first career singles match provided the deciding point in Azusa Pacific's 5-4 win over Vanguard Thursday afternoon.
Four of 6 singles matches went to 3 sets, but Azusa Pacific held off upset-minded Westmont for a 7-2 GSAC road win Tuesday afternoon.
Playing in its first match at its brand-new courts, Azusa Pacific used the home-court advantage to secure a 5-4 win over Point Loma Nazarene.
All eight of Azusa Pacific’s winter and spring sports with on-campus homes will host contests this Saturday.
Azusa Pacific was swept in straight sets in all 6 singles matches to suffer a GSAC-opening 7-2 defeat at California Baptist Thursday.
Azusa Pacific opened its 2009 men’s tennis campaign with a 4-3 victory over NCAA Division I Loyola Marymount Wednesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific men's tennis ushers in a new era of success with a brand-new on-campus tennis facility.