The USTA/ITA regional championship will take place at Azusa Pacific and Citrus College from Thursday to Saturday.
Both members of Azusa Pacific’s top men’s tennis doubles tandem, Janosch Apelt and Jochem Hoefnagels, were named NAIA All-American first team.
Azusa Pacific nearly rallied all the way back from a 4-1 deficit, but the Cougars’ comeback bid fell short in a 5-3 defeat to Oklahoma Christian in the NAIA quarterfinals.
Azusa Pacific quickly got the results it needed in a 5-1 second-round win over Graceland that could have been much closer.
This week’s NAIA Men’s Tennis National Championship offers an Azusa Pacific squad with no seniors a chance to produce a strong finish to the 2011 campaign.
Janosch Apelt and Jochem Hoefnagels won the Ojai Tournament doubles championship, defeating Westmont’s Bryan Cox and Carlos Lima in straight sets.
Azusa Pacific’s 2-week layoff from competition produced a rusty performance in a 5-4 defeat to Point Loma Nazarene in Wednesday’s regular-season finale.
Azusa Pacific nearly battled back from a doubles sweep, but a 3-set win in the final singles match gave Westmont a 5-4 win over the Cougars Tuesday in Santa Barbara.
Azusa Pacific swept both singles and doubles for a 9-0 road win over Biola Friday to extend the Cougars’ winning streak to 4 matches.
Azusa Pacific won for the 14th time in the past 16 matches, knocking off No. 9 Concordia by a 7-2 margin Monday afternoon in Azusa.
Janosch Apelt predictably played 3 sets against a familiar foe, and Azusa Pacific handily defeated Vanguard for the second time this year.
Azusa Pacific knocked off NCAA Div. III’s top-ranked and previously unbeaten Middlebury College Wednesday afternoon, 6-3.
Azusa Pacific suffered a 6-3 defeat to the NAIA’s top-ranked Fresno Pacific for the second time this year.
Azusa Pacific returned from a full week without matches for a 9-0 home win over Hope International Friday to set up Monday’s battle for the GSAC lead.
Azusa Pacific wrapped up its grueling 5-match week with a 6-3 loss Saturday to defending NCAA Div. II champion Barry.
Azusa Pacific stayed unbeaten through its fourth straight day of competition with Friday afternoon’s 7-2 win over Grand Canyon.
Azusa Pacific posted an 8-1 win in its third match in as many days, defeating Biola to improve to 5-1 in GSAC play.
No. 4-ranked Azusa Pacific defeated NCAA Div. III’s No. 4-ranked Emory, 6-3, giving the Cougars their fourth straight win.
Azusa Pacific won its third straight match against an NAIA Top 10 opponent, defeating Westmont 7-2 Tuesday in the first of 7 straight home matches.
Azusa Pacific swept doubles and won the top 4 singles matches in another impressive road win, this time posting a 7-2 win over No. 5-ranked Concordia Wednesday.
Azusa Pacific swept through doubles and won 5 of 6 in singles for an impressive 8-1 road win over the NAIA’s No. 7-ranked Vanguard Saturday in Costa Mesa.
Azusa Pacific completed its men’s tennis GSAC opener, a 9-0 sweep of Hope International that was delayed several days due to rain.
Azusa Pacific won the top singles and doubles, but dropped 6 of the other 7 matches in a 6-3 defeat to the NAIA’s top-ranked Fresno Pacific Monday afternoon in Fresno.
Azusa Pacific won 2 of 3 doubles matches in its season opener, but UC San Diego rallied for a near-sweep in singles for a 6-3 win over the Cougars Thursday.